This deli, that resides in the same building as Ditto's, is to die for! Costumers rave over their wide variety of sandwiches, soups, and pastas! After you get through their menu though, you must try their desserts on the way out (especially the brownies)!
Loop 22 will leave your mouth watering for more with a menu featuring brussels sprouts salad, mussel appetizer, suck sandwich and chicken and fried dumplings. From the owners of Hammerheads, Loop 22 offers a casual dining atmosphere with an irrestible bar and unbeatable location.
Nestled inside the Highlands neighborhood, Taco Luchador Taqueria offers a blast of flavor exploding from a small building. With a menu featuring veggie tacos, fish tacos, chicken mole taco, carnitas tacos and mole fries, your appetite will be more than satisfied.
Located behind Holy Grale in the Highlands, the Gralehause offers delectable menu of breakfast, lunch, and deli choices. With a menu of lamb sausage and grits, biscuit and duck gravy, and grilled turkey cheddar sandwich, Gralehaus offers plenty of savory options.
It’s called “Mexican street food.” Translation? “Even though we don’t have white tablecloths,” co-owner Shawn Cantley (also of the Silver Dollar) says, “we’re doing everything as if we’re a Michelin-starred restaurant. We just do it playing loud punk rock for a bunch of people wearing T-shirts.” To...
Highlands Taproom Grill serves classic American bar food, like onion rings and loaded wedge fries; but also offers more worldly fare, like pulled pork spring rolls and a grilled Portabello stack.
Create your own pizza or order from a list of specialty Za’s, then choose from the extensive beer list.
Dishes from the sleek sushi bar are the main draw at Wild Ginger, but non-sushi lovers will be happy with the entrée list, which has Chinese, Korean and Thai influences. Try the Korean spicy squid or bibim bop.
Staffed by Sullivan University culinary students, Winston’s has an elegant dining room and ambitious plates infused with the energy of the students. It also serves the city’s best and only “Not Brown” — a dish of fried green tomatoes layered with shrimp, crab, spinach and Mornay sauce.
Our readers say it’s the best traditional pie in town, with piled-high toppings for big appetites. Besides traditional pizza, Wick’s has pizza-inspired appetizers like the Stuffed Breadwick and the Wick-A-Dilla.