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Most people are familiar with fondue-style cooking, but how about stone grilling? This European-inspired café steals a trick from the Egyptian playbook by incorporating the ancient form of cooking on a hot stone, brought straight to diners' tables. A fun feature, guests can grill slabs of steak, fish, lobster tails, and shrimp exactly how they want—but for those who don't want to play chef for the evening, this may not be their kind of place. It's not the most modern space (black and white checkered tiles line the floor and tables with white tablecloths are spread throughout the various rooms), but guests can relax in the casual dining area inside, or on an open-air patio that has more of the European air the restaurant's aiming for. Fun fact: If you give the café advance notice, they can prepare something for the hot stone that's not listed on the menu.