For a mouth-watering collection of American classics, The Liberty serves traditional, no-frills fare. The Liberty is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. Enjoy a drink with your dinner — The Liberty has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more. Bring the whole clan to The Liberty — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here. A private room is available for reservation at The Liberty for those nights when you take the whole gang out to celebrate. Be sure to check out The Liberty's outdoor seating when the climate is right. Hop online in no time using The Liberty's free wifi.
Reservations are available, so give the restaurant a call before you head over for the fastest seating. The Liberty tosses the jacket-and-tie dress code convention in favor of a more casual dining experience. Or, take your grub to-go. Through their catering service, The Liberty can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot.
A meal at The Liberty will typically set you back about $30. The Liberty offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
Between its beer and its food, The Velo Fellow’s menu is almost as long as Britain’s history. It’s a fitting comparison, because the menu is chock-full of food and drink inspired by England and the domains its empire expanded to include. Specifically, the food roster showcases fish and chips—beer-battered whitefish—and shepherd’s pie. But there are also more inventive options such as falafel burgers. The food gets a boost from bottled beers such as Boddingtons Pub Ale, Highland Kashmir IPA, and Taj Mahal Premium Lager.
Hungry locals are drawn downtown by Vintage 301's tapas-style cuisine. Because dishes are prepared using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the menu changes seasonally. Recently featured small plates include deep-fried calamari with citrus aioli ($9), apple and chèvre ravioli ($9), and saag dip, a savory plate where pita chips are positioned for dredging through a landscape of puréed spinach, ginger, and yogurt cheese ($7). Patrons equipped with bigger appetites can find one-stop fulfillment in a large plate, such as the pork-ribs souvlaki, an oregano- and garlic-rubbed pork-rib with zesty lemon potatoes and tzatziki ($18), or the Moroccan fish dish, which serves up spice-rubbed rockfish, orange and olive salad, spinach couscous, and one stamp for your palate's passport ($19). Finish your feast on a sweet note with some vanilla-infused chocolate gnocchi ($6).