Chef Jon Robbins of Bistro Barbès puts his twist on the classic shawarma at this Avanti Food & Beverage spot. Customers can choose fillings such as spit-roasted beef or chicken and sauces like carrot harissa and chermoula to build a perfect pita sandwich.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
While at Avanti Food & Beverage, try Farmer Girl for farm-to-table food. Accessible and mostly vegetarian, the rotating menu highlights locally grown produce.
Chef Marco Gonzalez (a veteran of Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe) brings his unique take on tapas-style cuisine to Avanti Food & Beverage. You'll find satisfying platters of paella for lunch and Mexican-influenced small plates (including pork "pibil" with black bean sauce, grilled pineapple, and blue corn angel hair) in the evening.
The sister restaurant to Pinche Tacos, Poco serves Mexican-style tortas stuffed with big, bold flavors. Try the steak-stuffed OG T, and make sure to end your meal with an order of the churros.
Choose from a wide variety of bourbons, or sip a barrel-aged classic cocktail as you nosh on sandwiches and steaks.
Masterfully crafted Detroit-style pizza is the draw at this tiny spot. Try the Brooklyn Bridge, topped with pepperoni, Italian sausage, and both ricotta and pecorino cheeses.
You'll find healthy options as well as hearty brunch favorites at this breakfast-focused eatery. Start your day off right with the green chile cheddar biscuits smothered in chorizo gravy or an order of the banana pancakes.
This local favorite offers a menu of classic Mexican eats (think: flautas, tacos, and fajitas) in a historic setting. Pair your meal with one of the refreshing house margaritas.
At this fine-casual eatery, guests pick their protein of choice (options include Aspen Ridge flank steak and sustainable Scottish salmon) to be enjoyed in a salad, sandwich, or plate.
This American tavern features an extensive tap list of craft beer and an eclectic menu. Food selections range from Bavarian soft pretzels to kung pao chicken to flatbread pizzas.