At this fast-casual joint with exposed ductwork, dangling bulbs, and wood-grain flooring, buzzwords like “organic,” “grass-fed,” and “antibiotic-free” populate the menu of gluten-free green, grain, and broth bowls.
The Steer-In retains the best of what made it a mainstay to begin with—retro diner digs, the famous Twin Steer double cheeseburger, crunchy coleslaw made from the same recipe since 1964.
All three Napolese locations have attracted an assembly of adoring fans, from posh suburbanites to budget-minded hipsters hooked on the evolving menu of artisanal pies and small plates.
Neighborhood: Multiple Locations
Once you peel back the swanky steakhouse aesthetic of this nearly-20-year-old supper club–style establishment, you find an unexpectedly diverse menu with just enough familiarity to earn a loyal following.
The modern cafeteria-style dining room, where the menu is divided into small plates; proteins; and healthy greens, grains, and veggies.
Chef-owners Toby and Melanie Miles transformed an old barn into this sweet source for casual, inspired fare. Straightforward ingredients come […]
Echoing the school theme of Recess, next door, chef-owner Greg Hardesty offers a casual take on haute cuisine in a shotgun dining room of molded chairs and a blue wall-length booth.
Owner Craig Mariutto’s quest to open a family-friendly restaurant in his own Herron-Morton/Fall Creek stomping grounds came to fruition in this ever-packed neighborhood pub.