There's so much happening at the Sundry, it's hard to describe it all. The food hall is the anchor tenant at UnCommons in the Southwest valley, collecting a variety of concepts under a streamlined, shared kitchen. Scan a QR code and order from what Neon Feast's own Al Mancini praises as a "large variety of multicultural comfort foods."
Try lumpia and other Filipino bites from Petite Peso, pasta from BarZotto, Indian cuisine from Dhaba Ji, burgers from Easy Slider, sandwiches from the Happy Hoagie, fried chicken (including Nashville Hot variations) from Kowbird, or coastal Greek dishes (including fine dining-level grilled fish platters) from Kavos. Crave dessert? Grab a doughnut from Saint Honore or made-on-the-spot ice cream by Smitten. The bars are stocked with quality spirits, including a Bloody Mary counter featuring Diane's Mina's Garden Grown Blends.
Aside from the food hall options, there are two full-service restaurants (the Japanese cuisine of Mizunara and Mexican bites at B.S. Taqueria, which also has a great tequila list). Another concept falls somewhere in between: Bar Oysterette. The sit-down counter has expertly sourced and shucked oysters, an overloaded lobster roll, and other forms of seafood, plus fresh-sliced Spanish meats and ready-to-pour natural wines.
It's a lot to absorb, so allow return visits to get the full experience. The Sundry has an excellent happy hour to try inexpensive bites and drinks.