Nervous Charlie's offers patrons breakfast and lunch options that are built upon the blank canvas of a bagel. For those who are seeking a more casual bagel experience, they offer plain bagels for single purchase or by the dozen.
This concept cafe stresses customer comfort. Try their Reuben sandwich.
Ola Poke is a local Asian restaurant with Hawaiian roots offering hibachi, sushi and build-your-own poke bowls.
This chain eatery serves reliable, generic Italian food at reasonable prices. A popular family place and a safe choice for those who fear the food-unknown.
Before Magnolia Cafe or Kerbey Lane, there was The Omelettry, beloved for its eggs, flapjacks, and home fries. Friends remember Doug Sahm’s irritation that his daily bowl of oatmeal was never ready when he arrived, and you probably still know someone sitting at the counter. But years-old fraternity is not responsible for lines out of the door of real frat kids; that would be the delicious gingerbread pancakes and consistently fresh ingredients. Never fear, if you have already matriculated, there is room for you, too.
You'll find superior coffee drinks at this relaxed and comfortable neighborhood hangout. Step up to the counter for tasty breakfasts and lunches.
The jukebox may be different, but expect fresh, innovative pizzas. Vegan and gluten-free options available, plus beer, wine, and hard cider.
The menu is solidly Persian, with an assortment of Mediterranean standards thrown in for the less adventurous. Don't miss the lamb shanks.
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