Blossom is that old stalwart that houses a million memories, but if you haven't spent the last few years creating new memories over late-night beers and power lunches, then it's time to rediscover the wood-fired gourmet pizza oven, the buttermilk-fried calamari, the shrimp and oysters, and the pile of pulled pork hash with fried eggs and cracked pepper hollandaise that headlines the Sunday brunch. No matter the occasion or the time of day, Blossom will not disappoint. It's the perfect spot for both the traveler's business lunch and the regular's warm seat at the friendly bar. —Jeff Allen, Dish (Winter 2010)

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Chef Adam Close focuses on simple, American presentations of seafood like the pan-roasted golden tile fish with sweet potato puree, grilled asparagus, and basil oil.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner
Price: $$$$


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