Homegrown business famous for its warm cookie deliveries.
The crowds gathering at all hours attest to the loyal following Torchy's has developed. Look for crowdpleasers like their fried avocado taco or inventive takes like the ahi-tuna-filled Mr. Pink. Make sure to try the breakfast menu too.
Most days, Uroko functions as a counter-service Temaki (hand roll) bar, but on Friday and Saturday nights the restaurant switches over to a reservation-only, 45 minute Omakase style sushi dinner. Thursdays night, take a hands-on sushi rolling class with chefs Masazumi Saio and Takehiro Asazu.
This bike-themed bar serves up specialty cocktails and craft beers on tap.
"Grade A goat dairy, which specializing in providing drug-free, goat dairy and meat products directly to the health-conscious consumer. Goat milk, goat cheeses, goat yogurts, and natural meats, including beef, pork, goat, turkey, chicken, and guinea fowl. All products are made or raised here on the farm. No hormones, antibiotics, or growth promoters. "
You'll find plastic tablecloths, a walk-up counter, a TV in the corner, and delectable barbecue. This is some of the moistest, heartiest brisket in town, and the chicken jumps off the bone. The smoked boudin sounds intriguing.
This restaurant serves hand-pulled noodles the size you want it, from the chewier pappardelle to the softer vermicelli. Available in both dry and soup versions.
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