Jim's notes: "I know, it’s on everyone’s list. I just love how pretty and how correct everything is. Maybe some dishes aren’t exactly what I would typically want, but I don’t think they could be made better anywhere else."
Jim's notes: "I used to take aikido from [chef-owner] Gaku Homma. When he first opened Domo, it was all staffed by aikido students — so you did not give your server sh*t. His take on sushi is one of my favorites ever, not only because the flavors are unique but because the food is plentiful. It isn’t one of those sushi places where you get eight bites and leave hungry. I’m always happy and satisfied after I eat at Domo."
Jim's notes: "Always been my favorite burrito joint. The workers are surly, the atmosphere is sparse and the food is complex and mostly transcendent."
Jim's notes: "Owlbear BBQ is a little food truck in the back of Finn’s Manor that produces the most tender, tasty and ridiculously good brisket on a paper plate."
Jim's notes: "My wife and I have been going to see [chef-owner] Zodi Aboye for 20 years; we’ve known her since her hair was black and mine was brown. You never want to be in a hurry when you go there, but you always want to be hungry — her food is scintillating. When I think of Ethiopian food, I think of Zodi."