Bright, colorful Sascha's—with the cherry-red facade, the mustard walls, eggplant upholstery, and local art—has a fanciful menu to match its dining room's spicy decor. Choose entrees as varied as petite filets with baby potato salad or short ribs with whiskey glaze. Or fill your table with delightful taste plates. The winter 2014 menu featured duck confit pierogies and short-rib pastrami on house-baked biscuits, and I always love the jerk-chicken satay and the mini bison burgers, the fried green tomato salad, and the fries in a cone. At lunchtime, head to the bar to choose from the selection of chopped salads, paninis, and sandwiches, sometimes fresh crepes, a hot dish or two, and a few of its fun taste plates. Sascha's always looks the same (except for the constantly changing artwork) but the menu always has something seasonal and often surprising.