This small, largely carry-out seafood hub boasts a “greaseless” seasoned and breaded fish sandwich, topped with freshly made tartar sauce. Other menu choices include oysters, clams and scallops. All food is fresh and cooked-to-order.
The food truck featured on the Cooking Channel now has a restaurant in the Highlands. They serve gooey grilled cheese, with menu items ranging from the Plain Jane to the Highlands Philly. Soups, beer, desserts and other “munchies” are also available.
Chefs Ryan Bryson and Darnell Ferguson, a chef for team USA in the 2008 Olympics, bring new excitement to the most important meal of the day. They support local bakeries and fresh produce that is locally farmed. The strive for freshness, innovation and flavor to create a great atmosphere and affordable prices.
Part of a small Southern chain, Sitar pleases with its cheap daily lunch buffet of Indian-Chinese foods. The menu consists of both common and uncommon Indian dishes that make full use of vegetables and greens.
Beer geeks and comfort food seekers have a new option in this up-and-coming neighborhood. Indulgent dishes like a chicken and waffle sandwich, fish and chips, and a beer-glazed Angus burger pair with an ever-changing selection of craft brews.
Choose one of the inventive (and modestly priced) Asian-inspired entrées, or create your own combination of stir-fry. The new “pick two” menu — including an appetizer and a smaller-portioned entrée — is a great choice for lunch.