Even if your idea of grocery shopping is grabbing a six-pack and some Slim Jims at the Quickie Mart, a pit stop at this sleek, airy café may be right up your alley. Made-from-scratch soups, grilled panini sandwiches on freshly baked breads, and entrées like chicken pot pie and gourmet mac 'n' cheese are delectable, prices are right, and counter service is speedy enough to suit shoppers and drop-ins alike.
A little cramped, occasionally noisy, and quite possibly the city's smallest restaurant, this tiny French bistro still manages to turn out superlative crepes, earthy pâtés, and one of the best Croque Monsieur sandwiches this side of the Seine.
Carnivores and vegetarians alike fare well at this casual neighborhood eatery. The long, virtuous-sounding menu features smoothies, juices, soups, salads, rice bowls, and stuffed and toasted pita sandwiches, all made to order and bursting with fresh flavors.
Veteran chef Brandt Evans' Public Square restaurant is a breath of fresh air for downtowners, with a spare decor, an urbane vibe, and rustically refined menus built from local, sustainable ingredients. A stickler for details, Evans pays equal attention to every element of a dish. He does, however, leave room for whimsy, as evidenced by the occasional odd ingredient and deconstructed arrangement. Full bar.
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