Pick up some tasty sandwiches on fresh bagels here.
Creativity is fueled by serious coffee here, including a robust 16-hour cold brew. It's perfect for pairing with their selection of Rosen's bagels. Japanese-style toast anchors most of the food offerings, whether as the main event or a side. The toast forms the foundation to everything from grilled vegetables (yasai) to egg spread (nori tama).
This sleek, barn chic interior with long tables and high stools is joined to a second dining area by a breezy patio. Wherever you choose to sit, this is a great environment to enjoy triple-fried duck fat fries topped with a sous-vide egg, milk-braised pork shoulder, or fried smashed potatoes smothered in neckbone gravy.
Stays open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays, so if you hurry over you can still make it after the clubs close. Some say they have the best chicken in town.
The name pretty much spells it out: This is deeply soulful, veg-forward home cooking. Don't miss chef Andrea Dawson's vegan version of fried chicken & waffles called "Chicon N Waffles."
Walking the line between kitschy and nostalgic, this old house plays host with a draft list heavy on dark malts. The options in bottles, bombers, and cans make up the difference.
Casual restaurant serving American-fare made from locally-sourced ingredients plus market & bar.
This institution has been around since the Armadillo days, when hungry cosmic cowboys restored themselves at its booths. Find breakfast selections galore.
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