Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen is a traveling doughnut wonderland. Expect long lines, sticky fingers, and easily one of the best doughnuts in town.
If soft-shell crabs are your thing, then get yourself over to Acacia mid-town as fast as you can.
There’s no shame in asking for a side of white rice to cool things down after an order of Peter Chang’s spicy dan dan noodles.
Perfectly cooked scallops are hard to come by, but when you eat one, you know.
Quail sounds fancier than chicken, but still invites you to leave your fork on the table eat with your hands.
The menu at Dutch & Company calls the dish “Cheese” ($10), but it’s oh so much more.
Slathered in butter and covered in syrup, Dot’s Back Inn’s “Pigs in a Blanket” are perfect for brunch.
We may be hundreds of miles from The Big Apple, but Chiocca’s knows how to do right by this classic.
Penny Lane is a proper pub, and accordingly serves hearty pub fare. Their version of shepherd’s pie will definitely fill you up (and then some).
Just because Commercial Taphouse has a wonderfully, curated beer selection, doesn’t mean you should sleep on their food.