The menu includes a variety of poultry dishes, ranging from raw ostrich to fried chicken.
At his new restaurant, David Deshaies plans to put contemporary twists on American classics.
This time, the festivities will be spread across three bars -- Eat the Rich, Southern Efficiency and Mockingbird Hill.
In addition to foosball and a photo booth, the restaurant offers sausages in a bun, flatbread, salad or wild rice bowl.
At the fast-casual spot, pastrami will be the star.
The sauce is so good it keeps mysteriously disappearing from the restaurant's tables.
It tastes like a liquid York Peppermint Pattie. That's a good thing.
The Shaw restaurant also serves up crab rangoon and mapo tofu poutine.
The bar has several new additions. But it still won't have a printed cocktail menu.
Whether you're a local or out-of-towner, these spots are definitely worth your time.