From Our Editors
At Sola Cafe, Tigran “Tig” Khachaturyan, the 16-year restaurant-industry veteran — 15 of those spent in St. Pete Beach — lets his roots grow while developing his sophisticated palate and exploring the bounty of influences from throughout Europe. The beach-centric atmosphere reflects the continental cuisine, with an intimate, casual vibe featuring dressed tables with settings that complements the small but mighty eclectic menu that draws from secret family cookbooks. Read on for a few dishes to try.
- Starter: start with the shrimp and polenta, complete with parmesan and hints of chilis and garlic
- Main: a half chicken roasted with lemon and olive oil, served with rosemary fingerling potatoes
- Dessert: try a honeycomb cake or cream puff