In restaurants, second acts are generally no match for the original. But Yerba Buena Perry in the West Village, younger sibling of the Lower East Side version,...more
The unassuming location of this tiny dining room in the Lakewood area hides what's really going on in the kitchen. The menu changes daily, and every dish is...more
This mountainside, members-only club opens its doors to outsiders for dinner during the ski season only. The catch: You can only reach it via a sleigh ride up...more
Husband-and-wife team John Stewart and Duskie Estes have created a little Shangri-la in western County Sonoma with their country-style Italian roadhouse. In the...more
Don't worry if you get a little lost trying to find this Japanese restaurant. The door blends right into the building's exterior wood paneling, and there's no...more
At Zephrus, the Mansion House's casual restaurant, fresh salads topped with shrimp or soft-shell crab and generously sized sandwiches (grilled chicken breast...more
This storefront bistro, named after the popular grape, is a real find on fast-food-heavy Palm Canyon Drive. Belgian chef Nicolas Klontz turns out exceedingly...more
Owned by Robert Redford's Sundance Corporation, Zoom offers arguably healthier fare, made of fresher ingredients, than any of its Main Street competitors....more
Officially, the food's called Mediterranean, but the menu of burgers, raw oysters, and Caesar salad is pure California. Opened over two decades ago by...more
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