FeaturesLocal haunt, Good breakfast spot
The wood walls, square tables, and cozy dining area in Black-Eyed Susan's look more like interior of a country diner than a chic restaurant. Nevertheless, it works for this eclectic restaurant specializing in worldly cuisine. Chef Jeff Worster changes the menu every few weeks, taking diners all around the globe with dishes like linguini with local Quahog clams to Chiang Mai ginger pork curry. But regulars love Black-Eyed Susan's, first and foremost, for its daily breakfast dishes. International options like huevos rancheros (fried eggs with tomato-chili sauce over tortillas) are served side-by-side classics like eggs Benedict and buttermilk pancakes. This quaint restaurant is BYOB, so make sure to bring a bottle of wine if you come for dinner.