All the food here is beautifully presented. Desta, which means "happiness" in Amharic, serves modern Ethiopian cuisine in a cozy atmosphere. Try the signature tibs (meat sautéed in spiced olive oil with onions, tomatoes, and peppers) with authentic injera, or go early for an intercontinental breakfast.
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If you're a sports nut, head here to watch any game on one of the two giant projector screens or on the dozens of smaller TVs while you sip on cheap beer and nibble buffalo wings or tater tots.
Located in a former New Age bookstore, this cavernous and modestly decorated Ethiopian eatery offers a standard introduction to this lesser known cuisine. There are no forks, gang. Use the spongy injera flatbread to scoop up gently spiced veggies (carrots, cabbage, collards) and lamb dishes. This place gives a whole new meaning to "finger food."
Petite Auberge is a French eatery tucked into a corner of the Toco Hills shopping center. Somehow, Petite Auberge has managed to outlive many of its upscale contemporaries, and its awning-festooned entrance still suggests the gateway to something grand — or at least grandiose.
A gourmet pizza chain located inside the Toco Hills Shopping Center.
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