Park on Fremont
This hip little eatery on Fremont boats great cocktails, sharable plates, and eclectic decor, all meant to convey a vibe of friendly unpretentiousness. To that end, the food is made of bar favorites like wings and corn dogs, or signature dishes like the chicken and waffle sandwich or the Philly mac and cheese—messy comfort foods meant to bring people together. The back patio of this place is where the action is, with 2,5000sqft of space, a seesaw, and salvaged metal art galore. Cocktails like the Stranger Danger and the Trophy Wife display their sense of humor, while packing a serious wallop at the same time. This place is pretty popular, but easy enough to walk in and find a seat.
While Park on Fremont does have a patio that faces Fremont Street and all of its madness, the courtyard garden tucked away in the back is full of trees covered in twinkling lights, blooming flowers, ivy-covered brick, and distressed wood walls, a large white-washed brick fireplace, even a wrought-iron carriage with a chandelier and seating for a small group. It’s something straight out of a fairytale (or the French Quarter in New Orleans). Grab your group and set the scene with one of their giant photogenic shareable cocktails. The food menu runs towards satisfying burgers and bar bites, with a weekend brunch that offers a buttermilk-battered waffle with fried chicken tenders and other treats.
How to book: Walk in or make a reservation online.