Funky, funky, funky—we love this place, with its origami birds hanging from the ceiling and busts of Elvis and Beethoven. But we digress. We come for the food. Breakfast is available all day, and we highly recommend the Montado, an inspired tower of corn tortilla, grilled tenderloin, and huevos rancheros.
A classic German beer garden with a broad menu.
Alfresco dining never seemed so perfect.
Tyler is fortunate that celebrated Dallas caterer Angela Gordon decided to expand her enterprise ninety miles south to the La Piazza shopping center. The care that goes into her food was evident in every bite of our sandwich of thinly sliced beef tenderloin, Brie, caramelized onions, and burgundy mayo. Soups,…
A casual bistro downstairs and fine dining upstairs in the historic Anson Mills Building.
A wine-lover's dream.
Come for the food (and endless mimosa), stay for the people watching.
Open late most nights, this lively newcomer is a fine place to hang out.
Kid-friendly modern diner serving nostalgic eats and drinks in the Heights.
There were seven of us and nobody had the same dish, so that should tell you there’s something for everyone here. The freshly squeezed orange juice is a real treat, and a perfect accompaniment for the California Benedict, with its artichokes, sliced avocado, and tomatoes. You also can’t go wrong…