This wine bar offers an approachable list of vinos paired with casual fare, including bruschetta, panini, and small plates.
Gorgeous wood-fired pizzas anchor the menu at this quick-service spot. Try the Bianca Fresca or the Fun Guy, but don't miss the colorful seasonal salads or desserts such as crostata marmaletta (a shortbread tart filled with seasonal preserves and whipped cream).
Chef Jon Robbins of Bistro Barbès puts his twist on the classic shawarma at this quick-service spot. Customers can choose fillings such as spit-roasted beef or chicken and sauces like carrot harissa and chermoula to build a perfect pita sandwich.
The popular Venezuelan food truck has found a brick-and-mortar home at Avanti Food & Beverage. Its entirely gluten-free menu offers delicious selections like the reina pepiada arepa, a flatbread that comes stuffed with shredded chicken dressed in a creamy avocado sauce.
Head to Farmer Girl for farm-to-table food, simplified. Accessible and mostly vegetarian, the rotating menu highlights locally grown produce in dishes such as the carrot pancake, which comes with carrot hummus, pickled carrot, and carrot top salsa verde.
Chef Marco Gonzalez (a veteran of Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe) brings his unique take on tapas-style cuisine to Avanti Food & Beverage. You'll find satisfying platters of paella for lunch and Mexican-influenced small plates (including pork "pibil" with black bean sauce, grilled pineapple, and blue corn angel hair) in the evening.
The sister restaurant to Pinche Tacos, Poco serves Mexican-style tortas stuffed with big, bold flavors. Try the steak-stuffed OG T, and make sure to end your meal with an order of the churros.
Patrons can order custom udon noodle bowls at this spot (try the curry) or nosh on addictive snacks like spicy hot wings and tater tots drizzled with creamy miso sauce.
Tuck into wood-fired pizzas and comforting pastas from chef Max Mackissock (formerly of the Squeaky Bean) at this casual gathering spot.