tofu and green beans This little spot in the Village Shopping Center has been searching the past year for its proper Pan-Asian calling. First it was Shabu Hot Pot & Noodle Bar, then it was Kiwami Ramen, and now it's Szechuan Red Pepper. In each case, the interior has remained mostly the same, but the … Continue reading szechuan red pepper
We've been dedicated fans of Dai Due from the get-go when Jesse Griffiths, pre-brick and mortar, would set up shop at the farmer's market in Republic Square when we lived downtown (overlooking the square!) for two years. The food was legit and often felt like we were blissfully eating from the back of a chuckwagon … Continue reading dai due
We don’t have kids, but if we did, we’d probably be here weekly. And given the depth of the menu, we need to come back during prime evening hours to check out the other bites.
...if [June's] was walking distance from our house, we'd be here all day every week checking out the rest of the menu as well as Sunday Pub Night with Indian food and June's Tunes.
After 30 years in business, Suzi’s China Grill closed right before Christmas. The owner, Suzi Yi, decided to retire, something she is able to do with rents coming in from the new building. Suzi already lined up a new tenant, the northern expansion for District Kitchen + Cocktails which specialize in New American cuisine (and … Continue reading allandale quick bites (1st quint 2019)
I'm not sure what Charlie is nervous about, but you don't have to be nervous when you visit. You're guaranteed to get good gol-dang bagel.
The space is glorious: towering stacks washed in colored light, pipes galore, and an authentic steam-punk aesthetic. Thankfully, Boiler 9 doesn't use its fantastic location as an excuse to serve sub-par sustenance.