1. Sama Sama (pictured)
Located on State Street right next door to the Granada Theater, Sama Sama offers a wide variety of south-east Asian cuisine that brings people together with their shared-plate serving style. Their produce and flavorful ingredients are locally-sourced and add to the authentic, yet classy, ambience of the restaurant. My favorite dishes include the stir-fried noodles and signature wings.
2. Milk & Honey
Milk & Honey has an intimate setting with exceptional dishes and creative cocktails. It’s a smaller restaurant that is both friendly and cozy. The Burrata and Honey Goat Cheese plates are a must!
Loquita’s atmosphere and outdoor back patio is like no other, giving you a feel for the rich, nightlife in Spain. Loquita puts an elevated spin on classic Spanish street-food and tapas, and its strikingly-colorful dishes are brought to your table, each with a formal introduction to compliment its utmost presentation. To top off your experience, you must order their cheesecake that gives off flavors of creme brûlée.