Bed and Breakfast wedding mansion.
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.
Traditional soul food: fried pickles, Southern barbecue, smoked trout, buttermilk fried chicken, and more gluten-free options available.
Bistro-style, seasonal dining with an emphasis on heritage-raised meat, sustainable seafood, and darn good wine. If you're a steak aficionado, try the 24-ounce, bone-in rib-eye with foie gras butter. Snack from a seasonally-tailored happy hour menu—prices ranging from $2 to $7 tops.
Located in a repurposed Victorian home, this eatery charms. Breakfast and lunch are offered all day. Expect to find southern classics like eggs sardou, shrimp and grits, jambalaya, and po'boy sandwiches. Also check out the new Capitol Hill location.
This breakfast and lunch spot enjoys an industrial farmhouse-chic home with lots of natural light. Breakfast is served all day featuring the classics: eggs Benedict, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, omelets and more. Lunch provides a good mix of southern flavors with house-smoked pulled pork and shrimp and grits.
A sleek, contemporary atmosphere is home to this noodle house. The selective menu includes dishes such as crab tots with harissa mayonnaise, pork belly steamed buns and, of course, noodles (options include udon, sesame noodles, and pork rib or spicy lamb ramen). Our favorite dish: crispy calamari with flash-fried shishito peppers.
Try organic, toasty sandwiches pressed in a waffle-maker. The '80s-style atmosphere features porcelain drinking fountains dispensing fruit punch and lemonade. Try the Marvin, made with turkey and avocado.
The chefs prepare creative renditions of classic dishes like mac and cheese and pork and beans.
Pizza place meets pub with a social atmosphere, dog-friendly patio, gluten-free pies, and various options by-the-slice.