We love trying a new-to-us restaurant, especially one recommended by a friend. Here are five Liberty restaurants you'll add to your list of favorites, offering mouth-watering options to spice up your lunch and dinner menu!
This laid-back spot boasts the coldest beer in town paired with a fresh take on "Bahamian" a term they coined to describe their delicious and unique menu.
Blending tastes from Southern Louisiana and Bahama-style cooking, The Fish Market sources their Catfish straight from Mississippi, shrimp from southern Louisiana and conch from the Bahamas. Kick back on their patio or take your meal to go, but treat your taste buds to something out of the ordinary with their scrumptious Bahamian conch fritters or New Orleans-style Po' Boy.
Mix up your weekly rotation by adding a taste of authentic Japanese cuisine from Fuji Sushi and Grill. They compliment their fresh sushi rolls with an expansive menu featuring tempura and teriyaki flavors, bento boxes and hibachi grilled items.
Their large hibachi-style tables bring the cooking to your table and are the perfect reason to gather your friends and family for a unique and delicious meal.
Make it a chips and salsa kind of night and, while you're at it, throw in a specialty burrito, fajita, enchilada or a combination of it all.
Mi Hacienda has something for everyone, offering an expansive menu including several vegetarian options. Their inviting atmosphere makes it an easy place to bring the kids and is welcoming to large groups. Sit down to complimentary chips and salsa, and end your meal with their sweet fried ice cream or sopapillas.
Get in that island state of mind by visiting this wrap shack, offering Pacific Coast bowls and wraps.
Island flavors and styles collide to offer delicious meals inspired by kitchens around the world. With flavor influences from Hawaii, California, Japan, China and Mexico, their wrap and bowl combinations make for a zesty lunch or lip-smacking dinner. The sides are almost as good as the entrees. The garlic potato salad and spring rolls with peanut dipping sauce are some of their most popular sides that Northanders can't get enough of.
The Hibachi grill elevates the expansive Chinese-inspired menu at Penguins Kitchen.
Dine in or carry out, but definitely add this spot to your favorites list. You can taste the quality of the ingredients in each of their flavorful dishes. Pop in to enjoy their lunch special featuring a substantial choice of entrees served alongside soup, rice and a crab rangoon or egg roll.