Chef Lon Symensma (of the acclaimed ChoLon) has created a more casual environment at his second restaurant, the street food-inspired Cho77. The southeast Asian menu features winners like red chile pork dumplings and Thai coconut curry as well as shareable plates such as crispy pork knuckle lettuce cups.
This neighborhood sushi restaurant also offers Japanese rice and noodle dishes like the unagi don—white rice topped with smoked eel. Be sure to try the low-carb Go Fish Naruto roll with tuna, salmon, yellowtail, avocado, and masago.
This fast-casual, farm-to-tray restaurant offers burgers, hot dogs, and frozen custards made with fresh, natural ingredients. Order the signature BurgerFi Cheeseburger with a side of fresh-cut fries and a strawberry shake for a classic American combo.
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.
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.
Inspire your palate with the rich and vibrant flavors of Latin America. Chef Toby Prout's menu features authentic favorites like chilaquiles—layered tortillas with braised chicken, roasted tomato salsa, cheese, and a fried egg.
This family-owned Jamaican restaurant serves classic Caribbean-centric dishes like jerk chicken, fried plaintain, and rice and peas, accompanied by a menu of rum-infused cocktails.
A rustic Mediterranean menu of wood-fired pizzas, house-made pastas, and Spanish-style tapas make up this wine-focused eatery.
Uniquely American in style and taste, these tacos pay homage to the owner's Texas roots. Try The Buff: buffalo marinated Redbird chicken, sour cream, crumbled bleu cheese, lettuce, and fried onion straws.