From Our Editors
At Manhattan’s, when sunlight splashes the interior’s brick walls and rustic wooden floors and the garage doors roll up to reveal views of Kempenfelt Bay, they serve a brunch of eggs benedict, french toast, and sandwiches. At lunch, guests can sit on the patio out front while enjoying a choice between items such as a open-face flat-iron steak sandwich or a crab and lobster burger. Later in the day, the regulars know that the bartenders make a mean martini and last call is a little before 2 a.m. They also know not to mistake Manhattan’s for a bar. At dinner, the restaurant’s chefs serve hearty dishes such as cedar-plank salmon, rib-eye steak, and balsamic-honey chicken.