Mazzio's Italian Eatery's staff rolls out a buffet for lunch and dinner populated with tasty Italian cuisine that they also serve à la carte. The restaurant's staff has been perfecting its culinary modus operandi for more than 50 years, long enough to evolve the pizza selection to include three levels of thickness. Chefs bake standard, deep-dish, and thin crusts—available in gluten-free form—and load each with toppings such as caramelized onions and giant pepperoni. The kitchen makes pasta plates to order, some baked in the oven, such as lasagna, and some tossed in sauce, such as the mainstay spaghetti and meatballs. The signature calzone radiates the ambrosial scent of pizza dough stuffed with meat and cheese, and it's meant to be shared, unlike a pogo stick.
Trey and Mamie Herron of Skinny's Nutrition Studio—which was given a shout-out by Well-Being] magazine—work to make fitness something that touches each part of daily life. They host healthy happy hours, lead excursions into the outdoors, and fuel it all with protein-based meals and wellness plans. In the shop, glasses line the counters beneath verdigris walls, brimming with 41 smoothie flavors, aloe shots, and energy-boosting teas, and patrons discuss fitness goals after wellness assessments. Weight-loss challenges harness the healthy powers of competition, unlike a friend who claims to be able to swallow more Legos.
The coffee and pastry lovers of Koinonia Coffee House transformed a dilapidated building into a cozy home complete with shiny wood floors, comfortable armchairs, and fresh baked goods. Guests are met with the aromas of brewed coffee and freshly baked loaves of focaccia bread. They can sink teeth into turkey clubs or egg sandwiches in between sips of orange creams or mint-white-chocolate-chip smoothies.
Winner of a 2011 OpenTable Diners' Choice Award, Sophia’s charms the most sophisticated palates with a gourmet menu of Southern-leaning dishes crafted from recipes and ingredients native to rural locales around the United States. Chef Gary Hawkins fills out the lunch menu with inventive starters such as sautéed Louisiana crab cakes ($10.95) and classic sandwiches such as the Gulf-oyster po’ boy with spicy remoulade ($9.50). Mouths watering for the textures of beef can stem the tide with braised short ribs served over grits or a tiny system of levees and dams ($14.95). For dinner, sautéed frog legs with smoked-tomato emulsion and fried asparagus ($12) or smoked Yazoo County catfish with asian noodles and pickled shiitake mushrooms ($10) enliven worldly appetites, while the Tanglewood Farms roast chicken with potato-asparagus hash beckons taste buds back to familiar turf amidst a chaotic world divided by trans-fat railroads ($23). Chewers can conclude their epicurean adventures with a slice of a Belgian milk-chocolate walnut tart with butterscotch-caramel sauce ($7).
Presided over by industry veteran Paul Schramkowski, Char's kitchen fuses fresh ingredients with exceptional skill to produce perfected plates of classic cuisine. Open a night of decadent dining with the cornmeal-encrusted, fried-oyster crostini, a delicious, cornmeal-breaded opener topped with roasted-garlic aioli and served atop a bed of Rockefeller salad and Standard Oil dividends ($10). Next, further reward tireless taste buds with the roast-beets salad, which snuggles goat cheese and arugula beneath a blanket of pine-nut and pecan gremolata ($8), then shower them with riches in the form of ricotta gnocchi, laid alongside braised lamb, preserved tomato, chilies, and mint––all accepted forms of currency at the farmer's stock market ($18). Vegetarians looking to vanquish voracity can do so with the butternut-squash ravioli, which wisely resides within a sage and brown-butter sauce ($13), and thirsts of all persuasions can be sated with a glass of wine from Char's extensive libation menu.
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The menu at Bully's Restaurant bursts with barbecued flavors and a plethora of traditional Southern sides served between brick walls and a charming patchwork of photographs. An order of beef or pork barbecue ribs sates carnivorous tastes, and flaky mouthfuls of Southern-fried catfish or meaty morsels of beef tips complete the mouth's foray into the Deep South. Dining duos can pair each entree with two sides, including medallions of fried green tomatoes, steaming bowls of okra and tomato stew, and black-eyed peas. Nibbles from homemade rolls or fresh cornbread and sips from a large home-brewed lemonade or sweet tea complete the homey dining experience more effectively than fistfights over who is doing the dishes.
Named one of the country’s best spots for fried chicken by USA Today and one of the country's top 50 wine experiences by Food & Wine magazine, Julep dishes up Southern-style fare with a distinctive upscale twist. Julep’s signature fried chicken—available as a breast or half chicken—arrives seasoned in honey and rosemary, skillet fried ’til crunchy, and sidekicked with red-skin mashed potatoes and blackened green beans ($12.95/$17.95). March your tooth troops toward the fried-green-tomato Napoleon, which consists of fried green tomatoes layered with crabmeat and Ryals goat cheese, then topped with lemon butter ($11.95). Down-home favorites such as crawfish etouffee ($12.95), blackened tuna filet ($14.95), and gulf shrimp and grits ($13.95) fill out the mélange of entrees. Finish your Southern-inspired meal with a drink from Julep's wide-ranging wine list, featuring wines for dinner, dessert, and for filling up the post-dessert piñata.
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Tampico Mexican Grill’s expert chefs sizzle fresh meats and veggies to forge a variety of traditional dishes, served with homemade salsa. Culinary expeditions or temporary sculptures begin with fresh guacamole, prepared to taste with diner-selected ingredients such as cilantro and jalapeños ($4.99). The pollo Tampico’s marinated grilled chicken breast cozies beneath a melted cheese blanket ($10.99), and breaded and deep-fried chicken or steak pair ably with a single roasted jalapeño and hearty helping of fries in the Milanesa Tampico ($9.99). Five fajita offerings sail sizzling to plates in portions for either solo diners or dynamic duos, with fresh scallops, shrimp, or steak filling a choice of flour or corn tortillas ($10.99+). Midday munchers can fill plates or fanny packs with 1 of 19 lunch specials, including meat-centric and vegetarian options. Several beers and wines wash down meals, while frozen or rocks margaritas quench thirsts in several sizes, including regular ($4.25+), jumbo ($6.99+), and monster ($10.99+).
• For $7, you get $14 worth of pub fare for lunch. • For $15, you get $30 worth of pub fare for dinner.
The popular sandwich franchise offers an expansive selection of speedy snacks, including soups and salads. For a trimmer take, try a Torpedo or Bullet ($3-$4), where longer, leaner baguettes get packed with yummy stuffings, such as mozzarella, turkey, and basil pesto in the Pesto Turkey or heaping stacks of meat (ham, salami, capicola, pepperoni) in the Italian. Other sliced bread standouts include sammies (flat bread), signature subs, and classic subs. View a complete menu here.
The Coffee Roastery, featured on CNN, houses a crack team of baristas who draw from an arsenal of coffee beans from across the globe. Guests can get wired beneath the elevated ceilings, go wireless with the complimentary WiFi, or take inspiration from the multi-media artwork and shrines to Shaky, the Norse god of coffee. Percolation professionals drip the darkened elixir in blends
from around the world, filling mugs with a straight black brew from Guatemala ($1.70 for 16 oz.), putting a foam cap on espresso from Cameroon ($2.85 for 16 oz.), or stirring chocolate in with Sumatran beans ($3.50). Fill deserted stomachs with a variety of New York–style cheesecakes ($2.95/slice) or one of the rotating flavors of freshly swirled soft-serve ($2.95+).
Olga’s Fine Dining’s menu fuses Southern flavors with Russian standards made from old family recipes passed down to its Russian-born founders. The 8-ounce Abramovich fillet, topped with jumbo shrimp and sautéed crabmeat, combines surf ‘n’ turf as seamlessly as a mer-centaur ($34). Mushrooms, onions, and mozzarella melt over a hand-cut 14- to 16-ounce Moscow ribeye ($29), and bacon, fennel, and spinach cling to salmon Rockefeller ($27).
Mouths in 19 states make their way to Lenny's for premium, sliced-to-order deli meats, made-from-scratch chicken salad and tuna salad, signature hot-pepper relish, and hearty, heroic portions. The regular club sub measures 7.5 inches and carries about half a pound of meat and cheese upon its fresh-baked bun ($6.50), whereas its larger, lengthier sibling stretches for 15 inches, packed with about a pound of protein and veggie vitamins ($11.25). After running up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the hot philly cheesesteak ($6.95–$11.50) victoriously waves its melty, meaty arms in the air. Wash down these substantial sandwiches with a collection of bottled and fountain Coca-Cola libations, lemonade, or homemade iced tea, available in unsweetened, sweet, and charmingly congenial varieties.