Order the Molly Hot Brown: two slices of French toast with house-roasted turkey, green-chile-cheese sauce, bacon, and tomato. Or, sip a Bloody Mary on their outdoor patio.
$ (average entree under $10)
Enjoy their standard fare of traditional New York City bagels, house-made scones, or croissants, with pourover coffee at this community meeting spot. Stay for lunch with a light, but hearty menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches.
This urban taqueria serves fresh chips, house-made salsas, and cocktails. Try the ahi taco made with ahi tuna, mango salsa, guacamole, and cilantro.
Nothing is small at this Kansas City-style barbecue joint. Don't miss the baby back ribs; they're enormous.
A charming neighborhood pie shop specializing in sweet and savory varieties. Stop in for a slice with a cup of coffee or take an entire pie to go. Try Farmer Dave's famous buttermilk banana cream, chocolate chess, or opt for savory with a beef short rib pie.
This casual pub offers the standard fare with a twist. Try balsamic and Gorgonzola fries, chipotle chicken eggrolls, Philly cheesesteak nachos, or a "not-so-basic" burger (made from ground pork and beef).
A breakfast and lunch spot offering hearty fare. A diverse menu ensures everyone can find something to their liking, be it tri-tip steak and eggs, a hot veggie wrap, burger, or a Bloody Mary.
This deli/grocery/meat counter/coffee bar seems to have it all. Popular for its grab-and-go entrees, the market offers healthy food at a quick pace. Try their house-made soups and salad bar for lunch or pick up dinner to take home.
Located in a repurposed Victorian home, this eatery charms. Breakfast and lunch are offered all day. Expect to find southern classics like eggs sardou, shrimp and grits, jambalaya, and po'boy sandwiches. Enjoy outdoor seating on the terrace.
Traditional Malaysian cuisine at good prices in a bright, clean environment. Try the curry puff, a fried flaky pastry filled with curried vegetables or chicken.