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6 expert recommendations
This veteran of Eastside’s “restaurant row” feeds off its own organic garden. The comfy, converted-bungalow dining room suggests the type of place Mom would swoon over.
This was one of the earliest eateries to open in this rapidly changing area just east of the university. Full review →
Take in a leisurely meal at this cozy 1928 bungalow with little rooms painted in peaceful hues of slate blue and vanilla. Full review →
Ever-changing menu, occasionally made with stuff grown out back. Full review →
Three words: smoked salmon ravioli. But don’t let that stop you from tasting the rest of their outstanding menu. Full review →
"They grow their own veggies" in the garden out back and source from local farms to compose the "amazing", "affordable" American menu at this "charming, cozy" Cherrywood "gem". Full review →