A few newcomers to the 305 that you should definitely stick a fork in:

// Cafe Mistral ($)
Opened: July

(Courtesy of Cafe Mistral)

A friendly neighborhood cafe with authentic French flare, serving breakfast, dinner and everything in between (think teas, organic coffees, cold pressed juices and pastries).

Order the french toast for breakfast or a slice of their homemade quiche. For lunch, the croque madam (above). For dinner, opt for their catch of the day served with black quinoa salad.

// Huahua’s Taqueria ($)
Opened: June

(Courtesy of Huahua’s Taqueria)

A local source for quality Mexican fare at (almost) any hour of the day.

Order… just look at this. #foodporn

Pro tips: Pronounced “wa-wa’s.” Very pet friendly.

// Bar Crudo ($$)
Opened: August

(Courtesy of Eater)

A bar. Yes. But don’t let that overshadow chef Reto Von Weissenfluh’s flawless execution of all things raw.

Order a Jalapeno Watermelon Margarita and the octopus ceviche.

Pro tip: Drop by after 5pm, Wednesday through Sunday for “Rocco’s Cocktail Hour” featuring a selection of $6 cocktails, plus half priced wines and beers. And if you’re hungry, get in on $6 snacks and small bites.