The answer depends on rent, jobs, more residents, and a host of other factors.
The menu at The Dock on Linden Street is both Gastro-pub and fine dining destination: One can choose casual dishes to go with artisan draft and bottled beers as well as complex flavors an gorgeously plated selections paired with cocktails or fine wine.
In Hawaii, Spam is a popular commodity, and it’s made its way onto the KauKau Corner menu.
Ba-Bite’s food is as colorful as the interior design. Salads swagger with a rainbow of organic, locally sourced vegetables, and the silken hummus has won the praises of patrons and restaurant critics alike.
Calavera puts edible insects—chapulines—on the menu: Today’s pests are tomorrow’s taco fillings.
The latest from Chris Pastena with partners Michael Iglesias and Jessica Sackler plus chef Christian Irabien is a symphony of Mexican styles.
Bacon-wrapped whatever? That’s so 2010. Today’s culinary buzz is reserved for cephalapods, high-end Mexican, cold-brewed coffee, sour beers, seaweed, and burgers, natch.
The Full House Cafe is gone, but the new diner that has set up shop is making a splash in the neighborhood.
Rivoli adds a new chef, plus we visit Millennium, Homestead, Sushi House, and Max’s Diner and Bar.
The Advocate brings upscale Cal-Med dining with its own slant to the neighborhood.