At the heart of Virginia Avenue and Highland Avenue, there is no shortage of culinary variety. Here are three favorites, so far!
This ‘sustainable seafood joint’ doesn’t mess around. Whether it’s a dinner menu or a brunch menu, there is no shortage of good eats. Goin’ Coastal ensures the acquisition of their seafood does not harm the environment or have a negative impact on marine life.
Dinner offers an array of seafood but don’t forget Sunday brunch where warm banana bread is served at every table; I dare you not to ask for more! There are a variety of eggs benedict options to choose from along with sandwiches and sides. It’s is pretty much impossible to make the wrong choice with this menu.
La Tavola which literally means ‘The Table, has more than enough delicious choices to make everyone in your party a very happy customer. The menu offers hearty choices as well as lighter fare. The mozzarella burata is not to be missed as a starter. La Tavola offers a cozy dining room inside. If you prefer to dine al fresco there is a wrap-around porch with fans keeping you cool in summer.
Two favorites? The Tagliatelle Bolgonese and the Ricotta Gnocchi.
An icon at this intersection for 30 years, Murphy’s is upscale comfort food that is not to be missed.
If you choose to dine in the restaurant, it feels like you are in someone’s living room – with a few rooms offering different ambiance. You can choose to sit at the wine bar for drinks or dinner. Murphy’s is a fine place to take out-of-town guests in order to give them a taste of the South and an interesting take on classic dishes. Brunch is a big hit but be prepared to wait.