For cheesesteaks and other subs, you can't go wrong with Pat's. This location offers à la carte fare, but unlike their spot downtown, no liquor.
This downtown spot is a grab-and-go bistro by day and a sit-down restaurant at night, with a strong focus on cocktails and mixology.
Take a trip back to the '50s at this classic American diner. Enjoy breakfast all day, burgers, and milkshakes while listening to tunes from the jukebox at your booth.
This cozy eatery serves up unique gastropub-style fare—like saffron risotto croquettes and bison Bolognese—made with local and sustainable ingredients.
This Lafayette brewery pairs unique brews with fried chicken, slow-cooked pork shoulder, freshly baked biscuits, and other comfort food. Seasonal produce is supplied by the nearby Isabelle Farm.
This contemporary American eatery draws inspiration from the various cuisines of the lower 48 states. The daily changing menu focuses on fresh, local ingredients.
This German-style taphouse serves up American comfort food and offers 20 rotating beers on tap.
This new American restaurant draws from classic Italian and French cuisines, but abandons pretentiousness. An emphasis on local farmers and ingredients results in an ever-changing menu of seasonal dishes.
This dessert shack—part of the TAG family—is tiny as can be. The menu focuses on plated desserts, but is rather inclusive—featuring savory dishes like quiches, sandwiches, and salads. Opt for the chocolate jasmine bar.
This elevated meat-and-three tiered menu offers a unique hybrid of American and Peruvian cuisine. Our pick: the buffalo-style rotisserie chicken, sweet potato-and-bacon hash, rosemary-roasted root vegetables, and the cheddar-bacon spoonbread.