From Our Editors
As a winner of the 2010 Golden Spoon Award, 95 Cordova is known for their upscale, seasonal dishes and luxurious ambience. Start off with a butcher's plate of prosciutto, black forest ham, and aged salami, with soft and aged cheeses, grain mustard, olives, cornichons, and rustic bread ($10, $16 to share). Daintily sip a bowl of creamy, roasted artichoke bisque ($5 for cup, $7 for bowl) before diving face-first into the crab and shrimp ravioli's vodka-tomato cream sauce ($26). Subdue your steaktooth with naturally aged hand-cut angus beef from the chop house, in its divine form of blue cheese fillet mignon ($32). Pair entrees with sides such as mushrooms ragout and truffle oil mac and cheese ($4), or sophisticated sips from the extensive wine list.