Unlike other "City Search" reviewers listed on the site, I didn't have a horrendous experience at Dos Caminos.
It was far from being the BEST Mexican food I've tasted, but the margaritas were good, the tacos spicy and the outdoor patio perfect for a lunch under the sun.
Penguin's is one of the survivors of the 90's frozen yogurt craze and it's traditional flavors and toppings are unbeatable.
This location can get a bit crowded at times but is worth the wait.
Prices are great and the yogurt is delicious!
Don't blink or you're liable to miss the tiny Cozy Cafe on PCH. Nestled between two large building, this little diner has been serving traditional diner-type meals for decades.
The small size means that there may be trouble finding seating, but the ambiance and staff make up for anything lacking due to the size.
Great meals at great values!
Fatburger is to me a better burger place than In N Out. Sacrilege, maybe, but hear me out...
The menu offers a variety of fresh options including many different burger topping choices. Different cheeses, pickles, tomatoes, even fried eggs! They also offer different sized portions and the option to have a turkey burger instead of beef. Their "fat fries" are wedge-cut and delicious, but those who prefer can go with the shoestring variety.
In a nutshell, the food is great, the price is right, and it's a great option for a quick lunch.
Barney's is a great spot on the Promenade for it's extensive, affordable menu and wide selection of beers on tap.
There are literally hundreds of dishes to choose from and an amazing jukebox as well which makes the ambiance even better.
The patio outside is a great place to people-watch in warm weather. Not to be missed!
Located in the Ritz Carlton hotel, just off the lobby, Jer-Ne provides a wonderful, warm ambiance and a beautiful view.
I relaxed with friends on their couches for a few drinks and thoroughly enjoyed the cocktails and level of service synonymous with the Ritz.
Shanghai Red's is one of the best places on the Westside for a reasonable, delicious happy hour. The restaurant is situated practically in the water, with boats passing regularly and a gorgeous view.
Their wine selection is top notch, and glasses are generously poured. The evening wait staff at the bar is extremely friendly and welcoming, and don't miss the free buffet before 7:00pm.
A must- try!
Kobe has long been a family favorite - a Benihana style restaurant, the cooks prepare your meals on a grill before your eyes.
The steak and prawn combo is not to be missed.
Overall - great experience!
Cock of the Walk is one of the oldest restaurants in Natchez and is a must-try for anyone interested in an authentic southern meal while in town.
They purport to be the CREATORS of the fried dill pickle - and I believe it....if you order these delicious treats, you will be in for a surprise. A heaping plate of thinly sliced pickles, battered and deep fried, will arrive on your table with a generous serving of ranch dressing on the side. Delicious - don't knock it until you try it!!
The other menu items include cornbread, mac and cheese, black eyed peas, fried catfish and other southern classics. Drinks are served in glass jars and the plates are metal pie tins. Sounds cliche but it's actually as authentic as they come!
The Luna winery is one of the most cosy and tastefully decorated wineries on the Silverado Trail.
With a picturesque garden and entry, visitors know right away that they are in for a treat. I especially enjoyed their merlots and the decor in the interior of the tasting room.
A good first stop on any Silverado wine tour.