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).
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
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.
Moroccan-inspired Mediterranean food sporting a menu of dishes like m'rouzia lamb with lentils. All ingredients are organic and gluten-free.
A French bistro serving classics like quiche lorraine alongside a French wine and cocktail menu.