“The Big Burrito restaurant with the best of both worlds – top-notch food in a casual, never-stuffy atmosphere. Do not miss the BEST Cuban sandwich you will ever eat, or splurge on fresh fish entrees and/or tapas. Award-winning happy hour, too.” --Neighbor Abby Bolton
Kaya's cuisine is inspired by “the sea and sun, melding fresh, high-quality ingredients with bold flavor and alluring preparations.” The jerked mahi mahi with coconut grits and tropical paella are two examples of Kaya's fusion of Caribbean and South American influences. Kaya's interior is upbeat and exotic with its bright palette, colorful ambiance and large pieces of ethnic art. The bar scene is hopping, and Sunday brunch and fried chicken night (with a tofu option) every third Thursday attracts eclectic crowds every time.