Go straight for the empanadas. The 15-plus flavors range from the beef classico to vegan veggie to tango. Buy them in singles or share a dozen, but save room for the alfajores. New expanded menu includes tartas, breakfast medialunas, and espresso.
Dark wood and exposed brick give this wine-and-dine bistro a charming feel. Patrons are beguiled by worldly wine selections, artisanal cheese and antipasto plates. Try the warm brie and roasted garlic.
A wood-fired oven, gourmet ingredients, and wine to-go make a perfect pizzeria for dine-in or delivery. If the weather's nice, eat outside in the spacious garden area.
This neighborhood eatery serves up top-notch burgers, such as the Croque, topped with Swiss, a fried egg, and a slice of ham. Add a milkshake or root beer float. Multiple locations.
Friendly sushi joint serving rolls, noodle bowls, tempura, and curry.
Stop into this cute cafe for house-made treats like ice cream, cinnamon rolls, or crumbly peach scones.
It's been dubbed Sushi Den II, but Izakaya Den is more than a replica of its popular cousin. You can still order ultrafresh sushi and sashimi, but the most exciting dishes come in the form of small plates.
An earth-friendly restaurant in a garden setting, this cafe specializes in growing its own produce to tuck inside crepes, soup, salads, and sandwiches.
At Sushi Den idling is part of the experience because as fresh, gorgeous, and creative as the fish may be, the Den is all about the scene. To the tune of urban beats, beautiful people lounge about and watch platters piled high with hamachi, mackerel, and salmon whisk by to lucky tables. Diners pluck bites with chopsticks and in the background proud sushi chefs, led by Toshi Kizaki, banter in Japanese and work their artistry.