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The old two-story house at the corner of Fairview and Taft is one of the best places to catch the bustling Montrose action thanks to a pleasant, trellis-covered patio (that's dog-friendly). If you sit inside, take advantage of the free wi-fi and the wide windows that let in lots of light; soon you'll feel right at home. And that's the idea here, where all of the food is made in-house from scratch – including its focaccia-crust pizzas and burgers, which range from gluttonous (the Honky Tonk with onion rings on Angus) to good-for-you (the Guido with spicy garlic turkey and roasted tomatoes). The bar serves an all-Texas lineup of craft beer and cocktails made with Texas liquors.
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For more photos from Cuchara's colorful interior, check out our slideshow. I realized a funny thing during my last visit to Cuchara, on a drizzly Tuesday night spent catching up with an old friend at the bar: Whether or not you like the food at... More »
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Deep in the heart of the Gayborhood, Ziggy's has been taking all comers and serving them delicious, healthy food for years, long before the corner of Fairview and Taft became the hot spot that it is today. Ziggy's proudly proclaims that 70 percent of its customers are regulars, and you'll see why so many of them return again and again to the creaky old dining room or well-manicured patio. The rainbow flags hung outside are repeated in the restaurant's multicolored logo, and its Twitter... More »
I really liked it here. Some reviews have complained about service but I thought it was great. Enjoyed coming here for a healthy but tasty dinner on a weeknight. Check for happy hour deals- they looked pretty good. Also, it feels good to support a store that buys local. I enjoyed the chickpea/carrot/pecan burger with sweet potato fries; my boyfriend loved the vegetarian loaf. Bottom line: Super vegetarian friendly; good alcohol; medium price range (12-15 per person). I would go back and I would recommend this to friends.
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