The baristas here are passionately devoted to serving you a perfect cup of coffee.
No-frills, award-winning, mesquite-smoked brisket, pork loin, sausage, chicken, and sandwiches have been served from the same smoke-redolent shack since 1943. Lunch only.
Specialty cocktails are named after the women in Michael Icenhauer's family, and run the gamut from simple to gimmicky to versions of the classics. Enjoy dog-friendly space in this remodeled bungalow.
They're always checking out new methods of brewing; stop on by and experience your favorite coffee in a new and exciting way.
Get in there for those holiday specials while they last. You can have an international pancake experience 24 hours a day!
This restaurant is ground zero for the small-plate craze. You'll find a great wine list, but it's the rainbow of cocktails that is truly inspired. The generously portioned entrées include crispy firecracker shrimp, lo mein, and the Imperia 10 Treasures fried rice.
Combining 2/3 Easy Tiger, 1/3 24 Diner, and maybe just a splash of the W. Fifth bars it neighbors, this unpretentious concept focuses on heady drinks, classic sandwiches, and daily blue plate specials. Don't forget to take a selfie by the pink neon sign out front.
In addition to stacked enchiladas, the extensive menu offers hearty steak, chicken, and shrimp dishes flavored with a combination of Southwestern and Interior Mexican spices.
The Works retains its neighborly charm with modest prices and self-serve beer on ice in tin coolers. You can have the barbecue shipped to your house later if you'd like.
A wood-fired oven turns out pizzas as well as some entrée selections, and a wine mezzanine is stocked with 100% Italian wine selections. Lunch and dinner menus are based on seasonal Northern Italian dishes enhanced by local produce. Also look for rustic Italian artisan breads and desserts like various flavors of gelati, sorbetti, and fruit crostatas.
This new place offers both old-world bar goodness vibe, as well as contemporary, crafty cocktails. The proprietary burger is a revelation, but others argue in favor of Javelina Eggs, a version of Scotch eggs.
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