Though it has the feel of a chichi private club, this attractive New American restaurant is open to all—provided they can live up to the style standards set by its fan base of tech tycoons and ladies-who-lunch. Draw your eyes away from those Teslas in the lot, and head inside for fine dining that exceeds this sophisticated restaurant's humble name. Despite the glitz, the cuisine here is surprisingly approachable, from platters of house charcuterie served with fire-warmed artisan bread to the superb Pub burger, available in both the cozy front lounge and more formal main dining area. It’s there that the kitchen shines its brightest, with more elaborate entrées like the almond wood-grilled pork loin, adorned with crispy shrimp-pork croquettes, pungent black garlic, and caramelized Brussels sprouts. The signature chocolate soufflé is an equally impressive display; its intense, not-too-sweet flavor cut by drizzles of crème anglaise infused with Earl Grey tea. Given the clientele, the wine list is designed to court the deepest of pockets, with an outstanding selection of French vintages, particularly Bordeaux. On a budget? Aim for lunch, which is lighter not only in approach, but on the wallet. READ MORE ->
Eco-minded spot, named after the famous song, serving burgers, BBQ & more in a rustic cabin. The experience of this place is amazing: trees, winding roads, bikers ...
An outpost of upmarket steakhouse chain known for sizzling, butter-topped beef in an elegant setting -Google. READ MORE ->
Everything about this restaurant is bewildering and slightly tongue-in-cheek. The name, for instance, is and isn’t a joke at the same time: this truly is the most expensive restaurant in Galicia, the historical region Lviv is in, but only for those who haven’t got their hands on the 90% discount card at sister establishment Dim Legend. READ MORE ->
Golan Heights Winery marketing its wines under four leading brands – Yarden, Gilgal, Mount Hermon and Golan. The Winery is considered Israel’s leading winery when it comes to wine quality, technological innovation, and new variety development. Since it was founded in 1983, Golan Heights Winery has played a significant role in developing and nurturing Israel’s current wine culture. The Winery also has altered the way Israeli wines are perceived worldwide, and has firmly placed Israel on the world wine map. READ MORE ->
a basement tavern, designed to look like a kryyivka (underground bunker) Kryyivkas were used by partisan soldiers enlisted in the Ukrainian Insurgent Army. But, you need to pronounce the password if you want to get in... As soon as you call out the patriotic slogan «Slava Ukrayini!» (Glory to Ukraine!), the door is opened by a stern-looking watchman, who offers you a shot of medovukha (honey wine), and asks you very seriously whether there are any «Muscovites, turncoats, or Commies» in your group… Then, you are allowed to enter the basement tavern, which is designed to look like an underground bunker. Military accoutrements, and portraits of soldiers decorate the walls, food is served in original tin army pans – an atmosphere that will plunge you into those days when Ukrainian insurgents lived underground and fought against the invaders of their country. This tavern is very popular, so you should reserve your places beforehand. READ MORE ->