Reminiscent of a New York-style supper club serving southern Italian cuisine in grand proportions. Also have a large group? Book one of the banquet areas for your gathering.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
Sushi Den offers fresh, vibrant seafood flown in daily from Japan and a hip, lively scene. To the tune of urban beats, diners slurp lobster ramen and watch as platters piled high with tuna, mackerel, and salmon are whisked to lucky tables. Sit at the bar and watch the masterful sushi chefs, led by Toshi Kizaki, as they banter in Japanese and work their artistry.
German, Czech, and Polish cuisine complete with beer garden.
A warm, comfortable gathering place with a wood-fired grill and rotisserie.
This family-owned restaurant specializes in fresh, seasonal food. (The menu changes once a month.) Dine in the back garden.
Italian doesn't get more authentic than this (both the chef and the manager are native Italians). Try the Cappellacci di Zucca.
Specialties include spit-roasted chicken, grilled fish, ribs, and wood-roasted steaks.
This family-style Italian restaurant serves huge platters of hearty food on a year-round patio.
This is Southwestern fare with a nice twist. Try the seasonal tamales. Plus, with around 150 tequilas to choose from, ordering a great margarita is a must.
This spot's modern menu is derived from authentic Mexican roots and ingredients. Check out the rooftop lounge and the selection of more than 100 tequilas.