With big-name chefs and a serious foodie following, Plum the restaurant is a fine dining establishment, and with average drink prices scraping $11 and containing ingredients such as tea foam, Plum Bar, its lower-fi appendage, is most definitely a fine drinking establishment — but it's a fineness that speaks less to pretension than to premium attention to detail, the kind you have to pay a little extra for: marigold flowers in your drink; beef-tendon chicarrones just seconds out of the fryer; a bar staff that'll slide an ice-cold glass of water to you from across the bar when they hear you clearing your throat, without you having to ask — or even noticing.
In 2005, Ricky's was ranked the number two sports bar in the country by Sports Illustrated. It's living up to that reputation today by offering all the sporting television packages so sports fans don't have to miss any game. There are numerous televisions throughout the bar showing any game you want; from UFC to PGA. Be sure to check out their food menu.
It dosn't get more "foodie" than Summer Kitchen Bake Shop. Stop by on your way that potluck dinner party where you want to make an impression.