Equal parts restaurant, cafe and marketplace, ZÄD embraces the pure, simple flavors from the many countries that comprise the eastern Mediterranean region with a vibrant modern twist.
Sidebar is on the — you guessed it— side of the westernmost Whiskey Row building. Serves the three Bs: burgers, bourbon and beer. And you can’t get any closer to the Yum!
Impeccable service and genuine French cuisine, prepared by chef/owner Louis Retailleau, has made this a popular spot for beef bourguignon and ratatouille, among other provincial cuisine.
The influence and style of food at Little Jerusalem Cafe is just as diverse as the people that surround it in the Iroquois area.
Louvino prides itself on serving "small plates, big wines". They offer a variety of small, delicious plates so that you have the opportunity to taste many of them whenever you visit.
Located in the basement of the famed Mussels and Burger Bar, The Place Downstairs provides a classy, elegant-casual atmosphere suitable for a nighttime bite or a romantic evening.