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Chapman's Eat Market
Chapman’s is one of the hardest tables to get in town, and we get why: the service, cocktails, and food are consistently excellent. Even though the menu jumps all over the place with dishes like General Tso’s cauliflower, fried wings, khao soi, red snapper with heirloom beans, and excellent housemade ice cream, everything is well-executed. Once home to the original Max & Erma’s (a one-time Applebee’s competitor), the Chapman’s interior is now a mix of rose pink, sage green, and loud wallpaper that feels nothing like the original. Reservations are released on the first of the month, or you can try snagging a spot at the bar for dinner and a top-notch cocktail.
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