Sukho Thai -- opened just before Thanksgiving 2006. Very good Thai food, iffy service (be sure to ask that they hold your entree order until after your apps are out, if you mind the entrees sitting around in the kitchen). Avoid the mousse cake desserts - the sticky rice with coconut and mango is the best dessert there.
Hazel Artisan Bakery - Opened in October 2006. Amazingly good artisan breads, varying everyday (they always have batards and baguettes, at least first thing in the morning), and a nice selection of tarts, cookies, cakes, etc. Offers a small deli menu - soups, sandwiches, coffee and tea. Try the curry chicken salad on whole wheat raisin bread. They use KA flour.
The Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar - excellent japanese food. Don't sit at the hibachi or the sushi bar - better food comes out of the kitchen.
Cafe 1320 - a small eclectic dinner that serves really really good burgers and pasta at good prices. Try the olive burger. They make their own cakes and crumbles in house for desserts, and the coffee always seems fresh.
The Main Moon - a little chinese takeout place. Only good on the days when Grandpa is cooking (usually mid-week) - otherwise pretty standard chinese american food. Learned this as a result of asking the kid at the counter why the food was so good sometimes and so bad other times - "Because Grandpa doesn't feel like cooking every day."