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140-seat restaurant with comfort foods like pot pies, mac & cheese, strip steak and crab cakes. Sandwiches are large and tasty and the rocky road brownie dessert is a pleasure.
Take your pick of Thai salads, curries, and entrees from the grill and wok. Try the pork pot appetizer or the nuer poo kao, a dish from Isan with marinated stir-fried beef with broccoli, carrots and baby corn.
A neighborhood favorite serving classics like po boys, filet mignon and customizable salads but also a delectable Sunday brunch. Check out the daily specials.
Casual neighborhood sushi bar with an assortment of Asian entrees.
Oui, this delicious French restaurant will surely excite the taste buds. Offering a modern take on classic French dishes, Lumiere creates an experience that is both authentic and unique.
The kitchen presents a fairly large menu featuring pizzas, pastas, meats and other traditional Italian dishes. Napa also has a nice selection of wines to complement the food.
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.
The roster includes tacos, burritos, fajitas, salads — the usual suspects. But these are not your abuela’s tacos. Sure there’s a tasty rendition of a pork carnita paired with crisp chicharrónes and a piquant slaw, but chef Andy Caswell does a jazzy riff on a Korean-styled skirt steak taco, and the fried oyster taco is slathered with a creamy horseradish sauce with a pickled jalapeno float. Tacos are cheap: either $3.50 or $4. What more can you say about tacos than one is a snack, three is a meal.
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