At Trio Restaurant, head chef Gonul Blum synthesizes the flavors of her native Turkey using ingredients grown organically in Northern California. In the kitchen, she adds French and Spanish touches to a melting pot of New American dishes, including curried chicken and moroccan lamb stew. Out in the spacious dining room, soft golden lights illuminate the tan booths and dark wooden tables where guests devour seasonal dishes and sip cocktails. Trio’s gourmet market also supplies diners with a selection of dried teas, herbs from Gonul’s own garden, and housemade sauces and marmalades to spread over otherwise inedible laptop computers.
The pots-and-pans pilots in Royal India's kitchen skillfully mix savory spices and fresh ingredients to concoct authentic Indian dishes that burst with flavor and variety. Launch your taste buds' trip to India by pitching a tent of garlic naan ($2.25) over a toasty sleeping bag of veggie samosa, stuffed with potatoes and princess-identifying peas ($3.50). A cavalcade of delectable curries like the rogan josh (lamb curry, $12.95) and the boneless-chicken murgh curry ($11.95) are a boon for touring tongues, while specialized seafaring folk can sailor-dive into the tandoori prawns ($14.95). Delicate seasonings adorn the creamed lentil of each dal makhni ($8.25), a prudent choice for leaf-lusters.
Blue Prynt is a place where Quality Food and Upscale dining come together with a Casual atmosphere and friendly service for a unique dining experience. The food is as approachable as it is refined. We put together quality ingredients with the idea that a night out shouldn’t only be reserved for special occasions. We’re a re
Pyramid Alehouse pours a flavorful cascade of handcrafted draft beers, passing straight to the mug from the on-site brewery. Whether guests prefer a malty amber ale or a hoppy, Thunderhead IPA, Pyramid Alehouse’s vast menu of succulent cuisine and beer-infused bites are specially designed to complement every frothy glass. Pair down the sweetness of fruity apricot ale with a spicy platter of wheat-battered chicken wings served with louisiana hot sauce and blue cheese ($11). Or, absorb a double dose of unfiltered bavarian ale by pairing the Haywire Hefeweizen with a hearty helping of shepherd’s pie, featuring Haywire braised lamb stew, slathered over a pile of garlicy mashed potatoes, and topped with a puff pastry ($12). Though football and cheese-rolling season have almost finished, Pyramid Alehouse boasts a daily rotating lineup of food and drink specials to keep sports fans well fueled until the championship line-dancing semi-finals makes its triumphant return to prime time.