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A Main Street restaurant with Budapest roots, The Coolinary took over a second-story space in 2016 and converted it into a refined, relaxing dining room, with a swanky bar and elevated views that offer an urban ambiance. The menu blends high and low, with both complicated techniques (lamb confit that’s shredded then pressed back together), as well as snackable bar food (chicken wings make an appearance). Chef William Goldenberg says the goal is always “harmony” on the plates—matching proteins with creatively prepared vegetables and sauces. The bar serves hand-crafted cocktails with house-made syrups and blends.