This small, funky bistro boasts ever-changing creative cuisine at very reasonable prices.. The Scene It isn't every day that you find a 1950's wedding album available for viewing in the bathroom of a restaurant. From the exposed brick walls to the hammered-copper bar, Julian's has an eclectic edge that even starving artists can appreciate. Thanks to reasonable prices, the same artists can afford to eat here.
The Food The menu changes weekly, rotating on Wednesday nights. Appetizers like a sauteed calamari dish are a steal at around $7. Examples of recent entrees include salmon, grilled tofu stir-fry, lobster ravioli, and banana chicken, with banana sauce served in a banana leaf. Call ahead if you're feeling finicky.
Dish to Die For If you can drag your inner artist out of bed before noon, indulge in a breakfast of eggs served with spicy homefries and enormous pancakes.