Lofty ceilings, an open kitchen, and a spacious, arched arcade give a lovely new life to the historic Texaco building. The eclectic menu features plates large and small, with plenty of comforting favorites like pizzas, burgers, and even tater tots. Order this to go: Recent highlights proved to be vegetarian: a luscious cauliflower paneer curry, with peas, jasmine rice, and buttery tomato sauce with garlic flatbread for mop up; French lentil soup, rich with goat cheese crumbles; and wild mushroom toast with duxelles, goat cheese, and Asiago cheese foam—bravo! Some other dishes tasted fine but were more standard fare: pan-seared salmon with tender new potatoes and a lemon-dill sauce and minuscule mussels with chorizo in herbed butter spiked with chardonnay. Pro tip: Online ordering is straightforward; park in front and call for delivery to your car.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.
Cuisine: New American