Hours: Breakfast, lunch, dinner: seven days
Saturday & Sunday brunch
Open late: Friday till 2, Saturday till 3
Bar, coffee shop, and music venue serving sandwiches, panini, and some vegetarian-friendly fare.
Planted in the space that used to be the Mexican joint Pancho’s, Township, a collaboration between former Treat owner-chef Tamiz Haiderali and Brian Peterson of MP Productions, is part restaurant, part modest-sized music venue, and still nailing down an identity. Aside from a subtle brushstroke or two, Township’s menu doesn’t go nearly as heavy on the Indian accents as Treat did—hell, there’s a turkey panini and a beer-battered cod sandwich on the menu. Regardless of theme, however, the food is above average, and decidedly vegetarian friendly. Township also has Dark Matter coffee and an expansive 75-beer menu at both the restaurant and venue—the selection boasts Founders, Three Floyds, Great Lakes, and the like—though every one seemed about a dollar overpriced. Brunch features a handful of Benedicts and a couple of peculiar yet enticing options like the saag paneer scramble.
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Planted in the space that used to be the Mexican joint Pancho’s, Township is part restaurant, part bar and modest-sized music venue. There's Dark Matter coffee and an expansive 75-beer menu—the selection boasts Founders, Three Floyds, Great Lakes, and the like—though every one seems about a dollar overpriced. —Kevin Warwick