Chef Brian Crow brings the restaurant's beloved namesake ingredient, bacon, to the forefront of many of his dishes. You'll find bold flavors and plates crafted with fresh and local ingredients on the innovative menu.
The brick and mortar location of Big Country's barbecue truck, this spot serves up a similar menu to its mobile cousin, including hard wood smoked meats like pulled pork and Texas-style beef brisket alongside house-made sides like mashed potatoes and double smoked ham hock collard greens.
This fast-casual neighborhood burger joint boasts a menu of 13 burgers along with salads, fried sides, and boozy milkshakes. Try the Umami topped with grilled onions, mushrooms, Gruyère, and truffle aioli and a side of house-made onion rings.
Sunny's is a neighborhood diner that serves breakfast all day. Try the mangia: roasted potatoes, broccoli, zucchini, tomatoes, and spinach, topped with eggs, pesto, and pecorino romano cheese.
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.
Casual Mexican eats such as tlacoyos with pear cactus leaves, black beans, tomato, onion, and cheese.
Enjoy fresh, authentic Mexican food cooked in an open kitchen. Order the alambre—Mexican stir-fry with your choice of tortilla, meat, cheese, and vegetables.
This Sunnyside restaurant serves up a menu of American comfort food. Don't miss the Nashville-style fried chicken with a side of macaroni and cheese and creamed corn for dinner or indulge in a duck confit benedict for brunch.