Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert are served at the latest restaurant opened by Canadian chocolatier Ghyslain Maurais. The menu has a European flair with dishes like the Pan Bagna Nicois sandwich and Greek quiche. For breakfast, there’s a full selection of French pastries. And of course you can’t forget the chocolates.
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.
This all-hours hangout with its well-worn booths and low-key atmosphere serves an eclectic menu offering everything from breakfast (garden green omelet) to dinner (fried chicken) to desserts and drinks from all over the world. Herbal smoke hookahs are available inside as well as tobacco hookahs outside.
This relatively new face on Bardstown Road offers an easygoing, authentic Mediterranean dining experience. Try a Greek salad, gyro, or hummus without breaking the big bills. Lunch and dinner daily. BBC on tap, various beers and wines served. No reservations.
Residing in Anchorage’s old Willow Lake Tavern building, Selena’s serves up a fusion of Creole and Sicilian cuisine. If the food doesn’t lure you in, the atmosphere will, with a spacious wraparound patio for al fresco dining during warm months and a cozy indoor dining room with a charming fireplace.