Specializes in Irish and American pub fare. Entrees include shepherd’s pie, Guinness stew, and fish and chips; also Sun. brunch.
Pub/sports bar cuisine; 21+ only.
Serves wood-grilled fish as well as chicken and pork entrees. Among the specialties sirloin steak and exotic sea bass.
Presents fine dining with a Continental flair, including such entrees filet Paulette with butter-pepper cream sauce; also changing daily specials and a weekend brunch.
Midtown oyster bar Anderton's East may have gone the way of Davy Jones' locker in late 2005, but the famous ship-shaped bar didn't sink with the store. Instead, it sailed into the hands of Midtown interior designer Jim Marshall.
The ship and other vestiges of Anderton's are at the Cove, Marshall's new oyster bar located in the old Beer Joint building at 2559 Broad Avenue.
Homemade tamales, fish tacos, hot wings, a vegetarian combo, and bacon-wrapped shrimp are a few of the specialties.
Now under new ownership, this 22-year-old eatery serves authentic Mexican cuisine with a seasonally changing menu.
Serves Chinese and Japanese cuisine, complete with sushi bar. A specialty is Four Treasures with garlic sauce.