Wine bar with more than a hundred to choose from and a menu of cheese, charcuterie, and plates small and large.
Mexican restaurant from longtime Frontera chef Enrique Gomez.
Starter-kit Korean, Chinatown's sole option for the cuisine.
Downtown ramen shop and yakitori grill.
The 800-pound gorilla of area Middle Eastern restaurants.
Indian and Pakistani restaurant now under new management; alcohol is prohibited.
Revamped restaurant in the Hyatt Regency, serving "locally sourced" fare from purveyors including Dean Foods and Einstein Bros. Bagels.
Craft cocktail lounge from two Violet Hour vets, featuring a standout Cajun menu. Cash only.
Andy Aroonrasameruang, formerly of TAC Quick, brings his menu—including his challenging Thai dishes—to a new location.
Sister restaurant to Arami, featuring a robata grill and ramen in addition to sushi and a large selection of sakes.
Quick-service counter serving do-it-yourself bento boxes with a plethora of options.
City location of the suburban pizza chain serving cheese-laden thin crust and "pizza nova," tomato sauce-less superthin crust, as well as pan pizza. There are a few tables available for dining in.
Student-geared outpost of the Fine Arts Building cafe.
Pan-Asian restaurant serving some Malaysian dishes, a rarity in these parts.
Upscale diner from Brendan Sodikoff (Gilt Bar, Maude's Liquor Bar, Doughnut Vault).
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