Perched on a quiet corner on Heights Boulevard, Revival Market is that local farm-to-market restaurant that makes you glad you live in the neighborhood. Serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, though the market itself has shrunk to a few select shelves and a cold case, Revival is now what we always wanted — a place to drop in any time of the day for a meal that's made with good, wholesome ingredients. For breakfast, that means a Saturday special of huevos rancheros made with pasture-raised eggs or a house-made buttermilk and ricotta toast. Lunch might be a Cuban sandwich or local lamb gyro. But what wins it for us is Revival's awesome new dinner service, when you can come for a date or with friends, order a local peach salad or a charcuterie plate cured in house, get a 44 Farms strip steak or the most delectable roast chicken you've ever tasted, throw in some sides like Revival's Cajun-spiced crispy potatoes, and call it a day.