restaurants / American

Lonely Planet review

You can get locally sourced organic goodness all around this town, but the setting is often some intimidating chic-spot straight from the Matrix, and the price is usually hovering near the ozone layer. Not at the ‘Naut. It looks and feels like a corner spot where folks repair for a beer after work, and in truth, people still do so here. You should too, but don’t miss the mouthwatering pumpkin ravioli or fries doused in Old Bay seasoning. Hipster enough to be different, but not so much that locals have fled the premises, this is a great date spot for someone who’s a little off-kilter.