Highland

The Universal

This breakfast and lunch spot enjoys an industrial farmhouse-chic home. Breakfast foods, including eggs Benedict and biscuits and gravy, are served all day. Lunch provides a good mix of Southern flavors with house-smoked pulled pork and shrimp and grits.

Uncle

A sleek, contemporary atmosphere defines this noodle house. The selective menu includes dishes such as Chinese-style steamed buns and, of course, noodles (options include pork belly chashu, a spicy kimchi ramen and the crowd favorite, spicy chicken).

Central Bistro and Bar

The chefs prepare creative renditions of classic dishes like mac and cheese and pork and beans.

NY Pizza Pub

Pizza place meets pub with a social atmosphere, dog-friendly patio, gluten-free pies, and various options by-the-slice.

Fire on the Mountain

Serving up fresh chicken wings tossed in your choice of twelve house-made sauces including raspberry habanero, Jamaican jerk, and spicy peanut. Vegan wings are available, as well as burgers and sandwiches.

Cebiche

Peruvian food with influences from Italy, France, and Asia serving six different types of ceviche. Also try the aji de gallina—a shredded chicken dish with Parmesan and walnut sauce.

Spuntino

Enjoy the locally sourced menu at this Italian-inspired spot. Try the cavatelli pasta, made with ricotta cheese and served with spicy sausage. Don't miss the house-made gelato for dessert. 

Goldyn

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Williams and Graham

Walk through a secret door in the bookstore that fronts the bar and you will be transported to the prohibition era. Order specialty cocktails like the Blackberry Sage: Whiskey plus muddled blackberries, sage, and lemon. Chef Max MacKissock and sous chef Blake Edmunds (formerly of the Squeaky Bean) head up the culinary program.  

 

 

 

Little Man Ice Cream

This sweet parlor is located inside a giant milk jug, and all the ice cream is hand-made just a few blocks away. In the summer, salted Oreo and Mexican chocolate are favorites. For every scoop of ice cream you buy, a three-ounce scoop of rice is donated to different international food charities. 

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