Feast on seasonal American cuisine with a touch of Southern flair at Radish. Its bright space features colorful walls and a comfortable seating. Radish prepares its dishes using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. This eatery offers breakfast with such fare as cornmeal pancakes, egg sandwiches and house-made donuts. Guests can begin their dining experience with a tasty appetizer like Southern-style catfish and hush puppies or flatbread topped with roasted chilies and arugula. A shrimp po'boy sandwich, kale stew or a veggie burger make for satisfying main courses.
Radish has a bar area that offers various drinks. It features specials like bottomless mimosas. This restaurant serves brunch on the weekends and hosts private events.
We did a friends birthday dinner here with 10 of us. They were very accommodating, good service, and good food. The salad was amazing, the specials were good. the Fried chicken was VERY FRY little chicken, but still good if you're into that.
Our business dinner for ten waited while our table was being using by a couple. We all stood there hoping the solo waitress would take our drink order or seat us.
There was a solo waitress for the entire place.This surly waitress was clearly overwhelmed not taking drink orders or seating us promptly.
One of us order 6 appetizers , asking the waitress to choose them. Everything she brought was fried.Most of it was left.
We were informed that there was only one order left of the chicken special. It must be a burger place for lunch. Certainly, do not go for dinner, make a reserving ,or expect anything. The service is horrible, the food average , and the atmosphere nonexistent.
It cost us two sets of taxi rides to get there…clearly not worth the it.
Extremely pleasant place. Two different waitresses, both great.
Great little spot with inventive comfort food and good beer and wine list.
The food was great, but it took a long time coming. Be prepared to wait at least a half an hour for it, even at an early hour before the place gets too busy. Loved the atmosphere, friendly server, beautiful decor.
My boyfriend and I visited Radish for early morning Sunday Breakfast. The meal was outstanding and full of taste! We ordered french toast with a side of bacon & the Chocolate Chip Toasted Walnut Pancakes with a side of biscuits and gravy. Literally everything was cooked to perfection! The french toast was great, the bacon was crispy and yummy. The pancakes had a plentiful amount of walnuts and were very tasty with the chocolate chips inside them. If you like biscuits and gravy, I promise you will LOVE this one. I couldn't believe how wonderful it was. Servers were happy, friendly and helpful. Definitely a place to visit if you have the chance. Its a smaller, unique joint that you will leave satisfied.
It was a great little place for brunch, nice to go during the weekday cause it's always busy. My breakfast tacos were quite delicious but it was a little runny for my taste and the grilled steak needed to have a tad but more flavor. However my boyfriend had the Eggs Benedict with the fresh biscuit and that was amazing so if you go there to eat brunch I highly suggest to order that or the biscuit and gravy. Another thing that was awesome about Radish is that they are one of the few places that offer bottomless mimosas throughout the week, so thumbs up to that.
Radish has delicious food (I recommend the grilled cheese and squash soup!!) and a great atmosphere. Perfect for catching up with friends - not too noisy at all, very cozy.
The restaurant was great, but when we got there we didn't have our reservation. It was pretty embarrassing having to try and confirm my reservation over and over. The hostess even brought over the reservation list after we were seated to confirm we weren't on it. I understand how situations like this place the restaurant in a difficult position, but it didn't warrant the level of discussion and I felt pretty awkward in front of my friend (thank God it wasn't a date, I would have died). To add insult to injury, the restaurant was mostly empty!
Dining here was a great experience, but I would definitely call ahead to confirm my reservation to avoid the awkwardness if they don't have your reservation.
Had a very good burger on a Mariposa gluten-free bun, with point reys gluten-free blue cheese. Enjoyed it with a gluten-free beer. (Redbridge, at some point I'd love to see O Mission beer offered). Unfortunately, even though we were there early in the evening, they were out of the gluten-free peach cobbler. It was nice to be in a setting where it felt like they were cognizant of what gluten-free dining is. As someone with celiac disease that was relieving.