Equal parts sports bar, 1950s kitsch and family-style cafeteria, it’s an ideal spot to watch the game off the beaten path. Try the red cabbage salad and cheese bread.
Long waits and impossible parking doesn’t deter anyone from packing this place in. It’s indisputably one of the most popular places for pho around.
This teahouse is a hub for socializing as much as boba. It serves up all flavors of milk tea for novices and aficionados alike.
A big pot of perfectly seasoned broth is placed in the middle of the table. Pick your choice of toppings and throw ’em in. Favorites are the barbecue lamb leg Read more [...]
This place has been specializing in foods with medicinal properties since 1997.
Expect long waits and expect it to be worth it. Their specialty, lobster fresh from the tank battered and dipped in salt and pepper, is a must-try splurge.
Traditional Shanghaiese specialties served in a glamorous dining room with cushioned red walls and sparkling chandeliers.