Variety is the spice of life, and downtown has over 50 restaurants now open for your choosing. The DDD is pleased to welcome 9 newcomers to the Central Business District including Cocha, a new farm to table concept offering a unique combination of Venezuelan and Southern cuisine. Officially opening this Friday, Cocha's owners Saskia and Enrique are unveiling a new downtown restaurant concept; a gathering place for harvest inspired meals, wine tasting, and community events.
The other new downtown restaurants range from a healthy juice bar to the most luxurious cuisine. You'll want to check out and enjoy these new venues soon!
The Big Squeezy, 327 North Boulevard
A cold pressed juicery offering juice, juice cleanses, smoothies, coffee, and their famous almond mylk!
Chef Celeste Bistro, 500 Main Street (Main Street Market)
Chef Celeste Bistro offers a delicious blend of salads, sandwiches, and other flavors to delight your palette.
Driftwood Cask & Barrel, 326 Third Street
An easy-going gastropub with thoughtfully-paired food and drinks.
Lava Cantina, 151 Third Street
Get a Rock Star experience while indulging in delicious Creole dishes with a Mexican twist. Great live music, margaritas & VIP experiences!
Magpie Cafe, 333 Laurel Street
A community based cafe serving foods crafted from seasonal ingredients bought from local farmers. The coffee is of the Italian espresso tradition while combining new progressive "Slow Bar" single cup brewing methods.
Milford's on Third, 150 Third Street
Milford's on Third pays homage to the New York-style deli, offering hand-crafted traditions in modern applications.
Somos Banditos, 303 North Boulevard
A grab and go style taco shop offering creative taco, guac, and queso combinations!
The Gregory, 150 Third Street
The Gregory brings an influence of Southern cooking styles, utilizing our wood-stone oven, Spanish Josper oven, and cast-iron grill to enhance flavors and create one-of-a-kind dishes.