Bungalow Downtown Dining
At Bungalow, our menu includes such items as prime steaks, fresh seafood, chef driven dishes, and decadent desserts. We offer a variety of many interesting and unique appetizers, entrees and side dishes such as our Blackberry Lamb Ribs, Wagyu Meatball Pasta, Pan-Seared Red Fish crowned with a crab and bacon butter, and Cream Corn Brulee to name a few. This makes Bungalow more than just a restaurant, it is the perfect choice for social, family or business events because of the diversity of our menu. It is our chefs mission to source the best quality fresh products and always choose locally grown when available. We go to great lengths to ensure that all of our ingredients are the best they can be.
Bungalow’s menus offers numerous different options to suit almost any dining experience or preference. Our steaks are offered in small and large cuts, our side dishes are designed to be enjoyed by everyone at the table. The appetizer selections feature items that are a great beginning to dinner or can be ordered by themselves and enjoyed with your favorite libation from our extensive list of wines or hand crafted cocktail menu.
We do also offer a vegetarian option for those with dietary restrictions. As always, we aim to exceed our guest expectations not only in service and food, but in our environment as well.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. We look forward to servicing you soon!
Bungalow Dress Code
We do not allow any beach wear, gym attire including tank tops, sweatpants, jerseys, athletic shorts or athletic shirts. Any Ball caps or beanies are prohibited. Overly revealing clothing,see-through or mesh clothing as well as clothing admitting offensive odors will not be permitted.
Admittance to Bungalow is at the discretion of management who adheres to the above mentioned dress code for all guests regardless of reservation status.
To preserve the ambiance of our restaurant we do not allow decor of any type including but not limited to cakes, desserts, balloons/ inflatables, centerpieces, etc. The only exception to this rule is for contracted private dining guests.