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Downtown Kitchen & Cocktails Review
Ever-evolving maverick and master chef Janos Wilder has returned to the downtown dining scene, delighting city planners striving to energize this district. The menu draws inspiration from warm-weather regions around the world. Dishes like calamari with mango, roasted peanuts and green chile vinaigrette, and honey-soy-ginger duck breast fuse beautifully with Janos's French technique and Southwestern flavors. The interior, decorated in soft blues and greens and exposed brick walls, affords relaxation and quiet conversation. Janos' emphasis on locally-grown, organic foods informs the seasonally changing menu, but you can always get his signature J Dawg, a Sonoran hot dog with black beans, bacon, and smoked poblano chile crema, along with other lighter fare at the bar, which stays open until midnight Thursday to Saturday.
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