But as writer Ryan Detter notes, the city’s dining scene “doesn’t seem to be slowing down” when it comes to new places arriving.
“A slew of new openings–some fancy, others more down-home–have kept Instagram feeds plenty busy and diners clamoring for tables, while the cocktail and beer scenes’ rises seem to have no end in sight,” writes Detter (who, full disclosure, is a friend of mine and a writer I worked with at City Paper).
The list highlights the “decadent biscuit breakfast sandwiches” of Blacksauce Kitchen, “the bold flavor profiles” of Ida B’s Table and the “over-the-top indulgence” of the Roaring ’20s found at the Bygone, to name a few.
Check out the full list here.
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