The little sister of Iain Chisholm's neighboring Italian restaurant, Amerigo Delicatus, Dada Art Bar aims to combine artful coffee, spirits, charcuterie and cheese platters with local art.
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Westminster gets a taste of the Middle East at this classic fast-casual kabob spot. Your choice of grilled, seasoned meats are served with rice, grilled vegetables, and a salad. Don't miss the house-made pita.
This Five-Points eatery serves up both soul food (try the fried pork with mac n' cheese) and traditional Haitian dishes (go for the goat, with fried plaintains and rice).
Around the corner from Union Station lies this haven for pub food: Half-pound burgers, salads, sandwiches, steaks, even wood-fired pizza fill the menu rounded out with 52 beers on tap. Try the tavern burger, topped in bacon, cheddar and onion rings.
Grimaldi's is a New York institution with a century of serving coal-fired, build-your-own pizzas and calzones behind it.
A family-friendly neighborhood restaurant serving wood-fired pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and entrees like brick chicken.
Inspired by Italy's roadside cafes, Cart-Driver slings wood-fired pizza, oysters, and flatbread sandwiches. Finish with house-made gelato.
With a rooftop patio reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour, grab a cabana and a bite from the internationally-inspired menu.
Inga's has an apres-ski vibe complete with board games, lounge chairs, and a dozen beer taps. The menu features straight-forward pub classics like grinders, Chicago dogs, pizzas, and BLTs, plus legendary smothered fries from its sister restaurant, Jonesy's.
The celebrated brewers behind LowDown offer a rotating selection of in-house brewed beers alongside their carefully crafted pizzas, sandwiches, soups, and salads.