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183 S. Orange Ave., Ste. 100 (Pine St.) Send to Phone
Thin, crisp flatbreads have a starring role at this hip downtown eatery.

Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
  • Parking garage
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: Live music on select weekends
  • Full bar
  • Outdoor dining
  • Reservations suggested

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: Located in the heart of downtown, this hot-spot is frequented by well-heeled locals, and there’s always a buoyant crowd at the bar. The space has a big-city feel with a high, open ceiling and stylish black-and-white photographs adorning the walls. A fancy cruvinet keeps the collection of wines on tap at a proper 55- to 57-degree temperature, served in either three- or six-ounce pours. Though the trendy flatbreads get all the attention, the menu also includes shareable appetizers like bruschetta, creamy artichoke and spinach dip, and a baked eggplant stack. Entrées include a burger with blue cheese butter, cedar-planked salmon and chicken Parmesan. Even with all those choices, we prefer the aforementioned thin, crisp flatbreads, with 17 variations on a theme, from spicy shrimp and chorizo to buffalo chicken. The salads are always good, and generous wraps and sandwiches make for a casual, fun meal.


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