Borscht at Tverskaya

Most people are probably more familiar with the dairy version of borscht eaten by the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe. But there is also a lesser-known beefy version done well here with carrots, beets, cabbage and potatoes, with a sour cream float. If you have a crock with the house black bread, you won’t leave hungry. $6.95, 4825 W. Flamingo Road, 247-8766.

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Basil Pesto Linguine at Kona Grill

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Basil Pesto Linguine at Kona Grill

While Kona is known more for its happy hour than anything else, the dinner menu does have some tricks up its sleeve. The basil pesto linguine features a generous portion of pasta studded with chicken, Andouille sausage and roasted tomatoes, all of which is smothered in a basil pesto cream sauce that has just the right amount of spice. When the linguine is gone, soak up the remaining sauce with the crispy garlic bread served on the side. $12, 750 S. Rampart Blvd., 547-5552.

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