We stumbled across Eatz while on vacation and so glad we did. They serve really delicious food made with fresh and high quality ingredients. You can tell they put a lot of thought into their menu -- it's not huge, but it's full of complex flavors and great twists on familiar dishes. I had the spicy chicken sandwich and it was seriously one of the best sandwiches I've ever had. My husband had the braised beef sandwich and raved about it. My daughter had the sliders and loved them. Very fair prices, decent portions and very friendly people working there. There is a large dining area in the back with comfy seating, cool art, and just an overall nice vibe. If this place were in my hometown, I'd eat there regularly. Eat at Eatz, you won't be sorry.
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