Best Places to Eat in Othonia

Best Places to eat in Othonia

There are a lot of great places to eat in Othonia. Whether you want to sit at a smooth leather seat or grab a table on the sidewalk, there’s something for everyone. If you’d prefer to get your food to-go, check out the restaurants that offer pickup or delivery. This way, you can enjoy a delicious meal anytime, anywhere.

1. The Beach House

Located on kilometer 2.8 of route 413 Rincon, The Beach House is the place to go for an incredible dining experience. This restaurant features Italian and American (Traditional) cuisines, creating a fusion that is sure to delight your taste buds. Start your meal off with one of their delicious appetizers, such as the coconut shrimp or the octopus salad. Then, enjoy a delicious entree from their menu, such as the mac and cheese or fried chicken. You can also try their bar, which offers a variety of cocktails and artisanal beers.

Be sure to check out their weekly specials, as they often feature unique and seasonal dishes.

3. The Grilled Cheese Shop

When it comes to hearty American comfort foods, grilled cheese and mac & cheese reign supreme. But they can do so much more when joined together in a sandwich, like this one at Oklahoma City’s sexy and quirky The Mule, which adds pork belly, an egg, avocado, and Sriracha to their classic NY cheddar, asiago, and gruyere on Levain bread. This is a cheese overload, to the point of overflowing, but it’s oh so good!

HopCat—the nationally recognized Michigan-based beer bar that’s been named a top sports bar in the US by several publications—is also known for its grilled cheese sandwiches. And with more than 130 beers on tap, the cheesy goodness is more than enough to make up for a Lions loss (or a few).

The grilled cheese at Gather, the in-store eatery at Madison’s beloved Grant Park Market, stays simple and perfect—American cheese toasted on wheat or sourdough bread. But they’re not shy about adding a little extra flair with options like the goat cheese and prosciutto or the short rib and sage. And they’re not all about the grilled cheese, either: they also serve up a wide variety of soups and salads for a light lunch.

It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that Madison, Wisconsin cares a lot about cheese. After all, this is the state that gave birth to cheeseheads and Wisconsin cheese curds. But what might be a little more surprising is this spot, which serves up six varieties of fancy grilled cheeses that are basically a daily dose of vegetables (think: roasted carrots, kale, and spinach atop your choice of bread). You can even add extra cheese on top for free!