At Watami Sushi, what you may give up in strong flavors, you gain in accessibility and low cost.
Once upon a time, Chiang Mai Thai Noodle would have been celebrated simply for existing.
A restaurant trouble spot gets another shot at success as Corner Cantina takes over the two-story, balconied spot that once housed Zing and New Orleans on the Avenue.
Contrary to what you might have learned in college, ramen is more than just a cheap brick of noodles and a salty, MSG-packed spice packet.
Beyond easier parking on a weekend evening and cool signage, Diavola’s differentiators have as much to do with its atmosphere as they do with what it serves.
Don’t go to the eager-to-please new pub and eatery looking for deep-fried sweet corn or country-fried bacon or other fairground fare.
If any conventioneers ask you where to go for line dancing within walking distance, you now know what to tell them.
Be warned: the hot pepper honey sauce at Eagle Food & Beer Hall means business.
The Tijuana Sunshine Dog, wrapped in bacon with caramelized onion, queso fresco, and peppadew pepper chowchow, is not for the feint of heart.
As an anchor at a central intersection—and with a raised stage, windows overlooking the fountain and the outdoor plaza, and plenty of seating both in the dining room and at the bar—it’s clear that Pioneer is primed to help redefine Fountain Square.
Bedecked with playful signage and a menu handwritten on butcher paper, Say Cheese adds another option to downtown lunch dining.
A quote from the website: “Masters of Decent. Genius in Pretty Good.” I beg to disagree.
The kitchen at Table should never run out of ingredients since it’s part of Carmel’s new mega-supermarket.