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.
Welcome to Mexico City. With an interior as vibrant as the freshly plated ingredients, boredom is not an option. Traditional dishes range from flautas to chilaquiles de mole, and a selection of American hamburgers are available as well. On Sundays, children 12-years-old and under eat for free.
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.
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.
A gastro-diner perfect for food and play. Dine any time of day all the while entertaining yourself with bowling, ping pong, shuffleboard, and more.
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.