You'll be rewarded with fresh, delicious breakfast food, plus a healthy and inviting selection of soups, salads, and sandwiches.
We blame Wolfgang Puck, basically. Which is not a bad thing at all.
The eclectic menu includes everything from Russian-style beef stroganoff to jambalaya. Before you end the evening, stop by the Casbah for a cigar.
Classic Mediterranean fare featuring seasonal selections and house-made juices and teas.
This quiet neighborhood restaurant has been around for quite some time and provides good, fresh, standard Chinese fare at reasonable prices.
Some say it's got the best dim sum in town, with a full bar, wine, and sake. The choices include mostly Hong Kong and Cantonese classics.
Locally owned and family-operated, this place has a number of gluten-free options, and serves local whenever possible. The service is responsive and attentive. Try the chipotle BBQ baby back ribs with apple bacon slaw.
Coffee and ice cream? Mmmm, you know they go well together.
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