Specializes in tropic-inspired, mesquite-grilled, fresh seafood served in a colorful, open atmosphere. Look for inventive food and the rich spices of the equator, applied to high-quality meat, fish, and poultry. Nice surroundings and a small but perfect wine list complete the experience.
The crowd is attracted by the simple menu based on locally sourced, naturally raised, and often organic ingredients, paired with down-home friendliness.
You don't need to be a member of Castle Hill Specialized Fitness to enjoy these premade, fresh-daily meals that can be heated and eaten there or taken home.
Jetsons-style ambience is served up along with counter-service burgers, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and salads, as well as hearty breakfasts served daily and 'til 4pm on weekends. Don't forget the wine and beer offerings.
The sister restaurant to Jeffrey's fine-dining institution next door offers lunch, brunch, happy hour, dinner, and Monday night steak frites.
With monster omelets and entrées from Tex-Mex to pasta, the menu is wide enough to satisfy all of the cravings of your crowd.
This place has enjoyed neighborhood success and beyond for 16 years now. New chef Jason Tallent has revitalized the dinner menu, but continues the tradition of exquisite food presented simply. Among the standards are some delicious jewels, such as Strube Ranch Wagyu flat iron steak, and baby greens with shaved persimmon.
We travel from across town for the breakfast hash and waffles du jour. This "chef-inspired comfort food" includes stuffed Swiss chard, beer cheese, plus burgers, breakfast, and meat loaf. Don't forget about the milkshakes.
If you enjoy exemplary meals crafted with local, fresh ingredients in a friendly atmosphere, this is your kind of place. The menu changes frequently but is always adventuresome.
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