This restaurant sticks to fresh, healthy, and traditional Japanese cuisine. Enjoy thinly-sliced rib-eye steak prepared in a single-pot dish, like the slowly simmered sukiyaki.
$$$$ (average entree $26+)
Choose from a selection of USDA Prime steaks and à la carte sides at this downtown steak house. For a more casual affair, stop by during happy hour for $7 cocktails and snacks.
An American bistro with French influence. At the wine bar, skim the small plates menu and explore fun pairing options. The Opus dining room ups the ante with intricately prepared dishes and a stellar bottle selection.
The "farm to fork" mantra permeates a menu featuring small plates (mussels, foie gras pastrami), flatbreads, vegetables, and dinner-size plates (including duck breast and pan-roasted belly roll).
Italian cuisine with unparalleld service, Barolo Grill's waitstaff takes an annual trip to Italy to learn about the cuisine. That dedication translates to the food and wine menus, too. If you're overwhelmed by the extensive wine list, focus on the owner's and sommelier's page of favorites.
American and Scandinavian cuisine collide at this urban bistro. With an emphasis on fresh, local, and simple food, Trillium offers a variety of options, from small plates (foie gras mousse and seared Maine scallops) to hearty fare (grilled beef tenderloin and Long Farm pork chops).
After decades of dishing up seafood and local game this Zagat-rated "World Class Restaurant" still creates eclectic and seasonal tastes. Try the kona ahi and diver scallops or the buffalo ribeye with fried buffalo mozzarella.
Whether you’re craving crab timbale or filet mignon, this steakhouse’s menu boasts an extensive menu to satisfy all. Order the 18-ounce cowboy rib-eye made from Angus beef, mussles Provencal, or agave-marinated free-range chicken.
A steak-and-seafood restaurant with a sophisticated pub look, complete with a billiards room and a cigar room.
A marriage between land and sea, this supper club offers steakhouse dining and fresh fish in one.