Since it opened in January 2014, the spiffy, upbeat, sunnily bright Dish Society in the Gables Tanglewood complex at San Felipe and Bering has quickly established itself as the local eatery of choice in the area. The food is unfussy and locally sourced and often has a healthful spin. The open kitchen vibe and colorful, yellow-accented decor make the ambience all the more inviting. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, happy hour or dinner, and the space will be filled with a cross-section of locals drinking coffee, dining on pork belly hash, munching on salade verte of local greens or having a more substantial meal of coffee-crusted pork tenderloin over sweet potato puree with braised collards. There may be kids running around, or friends having a leisurely bite, or just someone going it solo with a glass of wine. Brunch in particular is pretty knockout, with a selection that ranges from creamy shrimp and grits, to Nutella French toast, to soft pretzel bread sandwiches or brisket and eggs with fresh biscuits, complemented by coffee from local roaster Greenway Coffee.