One of the best looking diners in town.
When the new Perly’s opened there was a minor uproar about all the changes had been made. Now that the new Perly’s has settled into it’s groove Style Weekly has a review up and finds that sometimes change is a good thing.
Squeezing into a seat at the crowded bar is common at lunchtime, with evenings less popular. But a few dinner entrées make a nighttime visit worthwhile. I wager that Perly’s is the only restaurant in town offering cholent ($15), a long-simmering beef and barley stew. Orthodox Judaism prohibits cooking on the Sabbath, and traditionally the stew ingredients are combined the night before and left to simmer until lunch the next day, the flavors perfectly melded.