Lunch and dinner plates come mild to
palate-searing hot in true Thai style. Try
Chef Doug Levy takes usual ingredients and creates unusual, innovative and delectable fare. He changes the menu every month, which means two things: The menu is seasonally driven, and you can’t get too attached to any one item—but whatever the month may be, everyone will find something to enjoy. Many of the items can be prepared gluten-free. The wine book is one of the best in town, and service seldom falters. (2-24-11)
Grab your cowboy hat, boots and best gal or guy, and head on down to this down-home cowboy heaven. Great cuts of beef and pork done up just right are served with some mighty-fine spicy cowboy beans. Casual to the core, Codys is the place to get quality steaks at moderate prices. (10-28-04)
Govinda’s blends great Bengali vegetarian food and spiritual philosophy in a relaxing environment. The buffet menu changes daily and includes salad, breads, rice, soups, pasta, veggies and entrées. Tuesday is “India Night” and Thursday is “Vegan Day.” The courtyard has waterfalls, peacocks and parrots. A koi pond adds to the ambiance.
Theres nothing fancy or extravagant in the way Franks does business, but if you like a hearty, homestyle meal served with lots of hot, strong coffee, real honest-to-goodness mashed potatoes and hash browns and eggs cooked the way you like them, youll love this place. Ample portions, brisk service and affordable prices ensure constant popularity. (1-6-00)