Owners Sue and Chris Edwards have reinvented Dakotas and created an effortlessly easy place to fall into. The clean, modern interior has been spiffed up and is non-smoking. The menu focuses on plates: "small," "green," "cheese" and "big" with panini sandwiches, and other dishes such as shrimp and grits thrown in.
This 40-seat spot offers inexpensive Japanese and Chinese influenced dishes with a sweet Kiwi twist.
Warmth and hospitality radiate throughout this traditional Japanese cuisine oasis. In addition to sparkling fresh sushi, there's yakimono, teriyaki, tempura and udon, too.
Enjoy American continental food with a touch of Asian in this sexy spot. Leave some room for one of Nolan's custom sweets, perhaps the strawberry rhubarb shortcake with pink peppercorn ice cream.
An Asian-flavored burger joint. Their signature Nom Nom burger consists of a thick, premium grain-fed beef patty glazed with teriyaki sauce, a melty slab of provolone cheese, sautéed shiitake mushrooms, caramelized white onions rings and ginger orange marmalade.
The place in town to buy sfogliatelle, Italian Wedding cookies, biscotti, anise sprinkle cookies, pizelle, cannoli and Italian cheesecake. Also on hand are celebratory cakes, including wedding, other pastries, scones, home-made fudge and candies and Belgian chocolates. Catering. Birthday party specials.
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