This bright, airy cafe, located in two adjoining renovated houses is known for its breakfast menu which is served all day. Favorites include house-smoked trout hash and stacks of cornmeal pancakes — with or without the ever-changing toppings. The lunch and dinner menus are also sure bets.
This New York-style pizzeria serves up crispy pies with toppings including homemade Italian sausage and thinly sliced meatballs. Try the white pizza, where the tomato sauce is replaced with garlic-infused olive oil.
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.
This perennial favorite spot offers a cozy, lamp-lit atmosphere that evokes an old speakeasy. The menu consists of upscale American dishes that feature local products like country ham and Capriole cheeses. Don’t miss the shrimp and grits or the historic black-and-white photographs on the walls.
A variety of homemade soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts. The popular Hoppin’ John and — a mix of chili and chicken gumbo — keep customers coming back for more. Try the Ultimate Reuben served on a pretzel roll.
With a variety of loose-leaf teas not easily found elsewhere around town, this sister restaurant to Zen Garden also features a vegetarian menu based in Zen philosophy that pleases vegetarians and omnivores alike.
When they call it a meat market, they mean it. Nearly all the deli meats are roasted or smoked in the smokehouse and cut to order. Stop by for lunch and choose from endless combinations of sandwiches, sides, and soups.
Located in its original 1937 building, Joe’s serves comfort food in the form of burgers, fried fish, cheese sticks and nachos. Open until 4 a.m. daily, the restaurant can accommodate late-night diners and large parties.