Sushi Den's Toshi Kizaki has relaunched his Japanese robata-style tapas spot in a remodeled dining space. Market-driven dishes like a catch-of-the-day raw bar and whole grilled fish complement a selection of sashimi, ramen bowls, and yakitori.
Two brothers (who own restaurants in Cozumel, Mexico) are behind this fresh, Yucatecan-inspired taqueria. The menu features light, seafood-centric dishes like aguachiles and a green taco made with butter lettuce, raw tuna, fried leeks, and poppy seeds.
This eatery does breakfast justice with hearty meals house-made from organic and local ingredients. Order a cup of bone broth to sip on, and enjoy plates like the fried rice with Tender Belly bacon or the breakfast burrito stuffed with duck fat fried potatoes.
Elevated American comfort food is the focus of the menu at this Uptown neighborhood spot. Try one of the signature TV dinners such as the hot n' crispy fried chicken served with mashed potatoes, cream corn, and butterscotch pudding. Wash it down with a craft beer from the ever-changing draft list.
Enjoy a small but sumptuous menu of breakfast items, sandwiches, and salads at this cozy Uptown cafe. We recommend a black bean, egg, and red pepper burrito at breakfast or a citrusy kale salad for lunch.
This New American eatery puts a spin on classic dishes. Snag a bite of the Tri-Bacon appetizer while sipping on a District Lemonade—vodka or bourbon mixed with house-made lemonade and a dash of cayenne pepper.
This upscale gastropub boasts a selection of more than 200 types of whisky and a menu that ranges from U.K.-inspired pub fare to charcuterie. Don't miss the bangers and mash served with colcannon mash and a porter jus.