Lest you get carried away with supporting the flashy new restaurants on the block, check out these well-established, locally owned charmers.
It's all about nostalgia here. Nothing's particularly gourmet, but portions shareable and crowd-pleasing. Good for kiddos. Service is brisk.
There's so much to love here, from the meaty subs to the perfectly curated grocery selection (high-quality oils, pastas, cheese). Love the down-to-earth, old-school staff.
So much to love, so let me help narrow it down: Go for the crab cakes, lobster roll, or any of the catches of the day. End w/ key lime pie!
A legit Irish deli and grocer with the world's sweetest owner. Try the chicken soup and corned beef sandwich. And FYI: a half sandwich is the size of a full. Bonus.
A foodie's heyday filled w/ Euro groceries, liquor, and a deli. Grab a seat & a stein on the rooftop beer garden in summer- nothing's finer!
Oh, how I love sweet Maria's. A well-stocked front liquor shop (great for craft beer!) gives way to a stellar bar with one of the best beer lists in the city. Check out the back patio if weather allows.