The brick and mortar location of Big Country's barbecue truck, this spot serves up a similar menu to its mobile cousin, including hard wood smoked meats like pulled pork and Texas-style beef brisket alongside house-made sides like mashed potatoes and double smoked ham hock collard greens.
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This hoagie spot's curated menu of organic sandwiches includes plenty of vegan and gluten-free options. Try the ever-popular turkey sandwich with house-made bacon jam on a pretzel loaf, and make sure to grab a gelato sandwich for dessert.
Jeff Osaka's modern ramen shop features traditional and original noodle soups, bento boxes, and creative small plates. Try the mochi donuts for dessert.
This eclectic cantina offers an array of infused tequilas and playful tacos like the Cayman, stuffed with curried chicken, coconut guacamole, and mezcal pineapple. Don't miss the standout Poc-Toc-Benny at brunch, which features potato-plaintain fritters as a delicious stand in for English muffins.
After years of working the festival circuit, Grammy's Goodies has hunkered down at a brick and mortar to continue dishing up Italian mainstays like lasagna, garlic knots, and Sicilian pizza. Don't leave without one of the sweet treats baked from the owner's grandmother's recipes.
This fast-casual spot dishes up inventive fusion cuisine in the form of sushi burritos. The giant nori rolls are stuffed with the likes of salmon, tuna, flank steak, fruits, vegetables, and sauces. Try the house specialty: a deep-fried sushi burrito.
This breakfast-and-lunch spot offers a mix of healthy and indulgent eats with Southern flair. Start your morning off right with an order of the warm beignets slathered with wild berry preserves and the Four Friends grits with pecan-crusted fried chicken, or tuck into the pimento burger at lunch.
This fast-casual Indian eatery focuses on curries made from scratch using fresh and healthy ingredients. Order the kati roll, a burrito-esque wrap that comes on fresh-baked roti, stuffed with your choice of fillings.
This sausage and beer hall serves up imported brews on tap alongside a wide array of sausages and Belgian fries. Stick to the classics with a bratwurst or lean toward the adventurous with the rattlesnake, rabbit, and jalapeño sausage. Whatever main you choose, add a side of truffle oil-glazed fries.
This fast-casual concept from Troy Guard focuses on healthy build-your-own bowls. Locally-sourced ingredients go into bowls like the OG Colorado, which includes quinoa, avocado, carrots, steak, and lettuce.