One of the many things I like about Montrose is its defiant rejection of cookie-cutter, franchised theme restaurants. It's a source of neighborhood pride, and rightly so. Neartown dining patterns seem to skip straight from the hiply scruffy ethnic joints like Taqueria La Jaliciense or Niko Niko's to the swanning spreads at the opposite end of the spectrum, the justifiably high-priced Urbana, Mark's... More >>>