The adobe pies at Blue Mesa Grill are perhaps one of the most innovative and delicious uses of corn masa in modern times. These doughy little domes are stuffed with robust roasted peppers, rich cheese and seasoned chicken, and they’re just one of the must-try Southwestern dishes you’ll find on the Sunday brunch buffet here.
The garlic knots at Roma’s have likely been the Achilles tendon of many dieters. These free and highly-addictive dough balls are the perfectly buttery way to start dinner. The mostly southern Italian fare includes robust dishes like the seafood special, lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels and homemade linguini in a sherry wine sauce – and the charchofi, Italian sausage sautéed with artichoke hearts, mushrooms and garlic in a cream sauce.
When you think about Fish City Grill, you likely think about, well, fish. That’s understandable, but buried there among the halibut and salmon you’ll find one of the city’s best soups, cream of roasted jalapeño. Unlike the name suggests, this isn’t a spicy soup because all the pepper seeds are removed during roasting.