The "farm to fork" mantra permeates a menu featuring small plates (mussels, foie gras pastrami), flatbreads, vegetables, and dinner-size plates (including duck breast and pan-roasted belly roll).
Experience the bright and bold flavors of Peruvian cuisine, such as the lomo saltado (a spiced filet mignon with tomatoes, peppers, and onions) or the Orgia Calient (mixed sautéed seafood served warm).
Josh Wolkon's restaurant slash ping-pong hall features Asian-inspired cuisine, 10 ping-pong tables, and house-made juices and sodas. Two outdoor tables and weekly tournaments make this the perfect place to eat, drink, and hang out.
A traditional bistro emphasizing soups, salads, sandwiches, and tapas. Each sandwich is named after a tree such as the Aspen, a hot pastrami sandwich, or the Poplar, a roast turkey sandwich with a cranberry relish and toasted sage leaves. For dessert, try a house-made chocolate tort on the expansive front patio.
Try the queso a la plancha made with griddled Cotija cheese, smashed avocado, and roasted tomatillo salsa. A chalkboard displays the extensive tequila menu, and the coin-style margaritas are the perfect accompaniment to any taco. Also try the new Highland location.
Grab a slice and a pint at this pizza parlor. Order the Big Fizz if you are craving meat or the Panama Not-So-Red if you want everything but the tomato sauce.
With food like homemade mac and cheese and fried chicken, plus retro booths, this restaurant makes the 1950s feel right around the corner.
This neighborhood bistro combines European culinary tradition and hip style for a cosmopolitan experience.
This pub does a brisk business with two patios, 21 beers on tap, and an affordable menu of burgers, burritos, and veggie specialties like the Reuben (beer-baked tempeh stands in for corned beef).