This southernmost location serves all of your familiar favorites, including the ever-popular creamy jalapeño sauce, in a brightly painted space punctuated by velvet paintings and metal palm trees.
This tiny restaurant serves tasty Mexican home cooking in a cozy, no-frills atmosphere. Not to be missed are the tacos doblados and the fabulous homemade flan. No liquor, but you can BYOB.
Thick, cheesy Chicago deep-dish by the slice or pie. The lunch buffet will satisfy your appetite without emptying your wallet.
A comfortable neighborhood spot with pasta, pizzas, and beer.
The menu here is simple: Gulf seafood is boiled, fried, or prepared in authentic versions of Creole and Cajun specialties. Try the soft-shell crab po'boy.
Comfy couches, clean open space, and shabby chic decor suggest a home away from home in the land of strip malls. Cafe fare includes sandwiches, rotating soups, and simple salads for lunch and dinner, and omelets, migas, and French toast for weekend brunch.
New American cuisine with menu offerings from land (prime cowboy ribeye, pork tenderloin) and sea (seared scallops and risotto, hamachi crudo).
On Mondays, this sushi joint adds karaoke for those 21 and older, which gives you some idea of the party put on nightly by chef DK Lee. The menu features both Korean and Japanese favorites.
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