Chef Keegan Gerhard and his culinary team bring modern American comfort food to the Uptown neighborhood. Share a plate of duck confit nachos and be sure to nab an order of shrimp and grits. Stop by in the morning and get your coffee and breakfast pastry from the grab-and-go counter.
With 50 wines by the glass and 250 more by the bottle, the greatest challenge at this chic locale is narrowing your choices. Try the pan-seared scallops or Australian lamb.
A must-try for anyone who sees dinner as a pleasant accessory to a fine wine. Menus change seasonally. Now serving brunch on Sundays.
Sleek, modern design, a wide variety of appetizers, and a location in the DCPA make this the perfect place to grab a bite before a show.
Located inside the DCPA, this restaurant is great for a pre-show hazelnut latte and cookie or an intermission bistro sandwich.
This boisterous restaurant serves international eats like pad thai and chicken tacos. Consider eating at the hopping bar.
Located in the Millenium Hotel, this hidden gem offers something for everyone in a casual dining environment, from burgers and pasta to steak and salmon.
Located in the Warwick Hotel, this classic restaurant, complete with an open fireplace, offers a full modern American menu.
Weekly specials, all-night Sunday happy hour, small and large plates, gluten-free options, and weekend chef-choice dishes keep this local joint interesting. Best bets include the red wine-braised short ribs, bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with chorizo, and pan-seared salmon.
WIth 50 wines by the glass and 250 more by the bottle, the greatest challenge here is narrowing your choices. Try the pan-seared scallops or Australian lamb.