- $15 for $25 worth of contemporary American cuisine for dinner
Delve into the dinner menu’s contemporary selections of fresh fish, delicate pastas, and delectable duck, chicken, and steaks.
The Monkey Cat
The Monkey Cat playfully claims to get its name from an exotic, cat-like jungle animal with piercing green eyes. Although the monkey cat has more in common with a unicorn than a tiger, it’s safe to assume it would enjoy the restaurant’s menu of chicken, pasta, fresh fish, and fine meats.
The chefs prepare bacon-wrapped pork loin, rack of lamb, and 16-ounce rib-eye steaks for dinner and fish tacos and burgers for lunch. Whenever possible, all of the meats arrive from sustainable farms, including hormone-free, organic hamburgers.
If the weather permits, dishes and beverages from the full bar can be eaten on the eatery’s dog-friendly patio amid tiki huts, foliage, and murals of tropical beaches. The bar’s wine list, with more than 30 wines by the glass, adds some refinement to the tropically themed restaurant. The Monkey Cat also sports a private dining room that has its own bar and can seat up to 28 people.