Tucked inside the Atomic Cowboy, the spot's menu is small (just three pizza varieties, including a gluten-free version), but it's cheap and servings are enormous.
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At this brunch spot in the Atomic Cowboy, enjoy smothered biscuits with house-made sausage or vegetarian gravy. Pair the dish with crispy buttermilk-fried chicken for a southern-style breakfast.
This fast-casual neighborhood burger joint boasts a menu of 13 burgers along with salads, fried sides, and boozy milkshakes. Try the Umami topped with grilled onions, mushrooms, Gruyère, and truffle aioli and a side of house-made onion rings.
This Highland beer hall's menu offers Bavarian-style sausages, sandwiches, and soups. Enjoy an Erdinger Dunkel dark wheat beer with your veal bratwurst and soft pretzel. Don't miss the stocked-up condiment bar of house-made mustards.
Experience the fresh and authentic flavors of Thailand at this Congress Park eatery. Chef-owner Art Suthithanin uses natural herbs and spices to create traditional selections of Asian curries, noodles, and more.
Enjoy classic and creative cocktails at this loungelike RiNo bar. The menu is an offering of small plates prepared by neighboring restaurant Acorn. Try the Wind Demon, a cocktail of Bombay Sapphire East, soju, orgeat, yuzu, sake, and rose water.
Rave-worthy hot dogs, sausages, and bratwursts come with creative topping combinations. Try the elk jalapeño cheddar dog topped El Diablo-style with green chile tomatillo salsa, sriracha-lime mayo, and smoked bacon bits.
Vietnamese noodle bowls and soups abound at this South Federal restaurant. Top off your authentic meal with a boba smoothie.
Don't miss the steaming bowls of traditional Vietnamese pho at this restaurant. The noodle soup can be ordered in 21 different ways. Enjoy other regional favorites, including pan-fried noodles and spring rolls.
Authentic Vietnamese cuisine is served up every day at this noodle house. Try your pho in any of the 21 different ways that are offered.