Southlake Grill's lunch menu features pared-down versions of the eatery's dinner selection: soups, salads, warm sandwiches, and eclectic entrees. Share an order of flash-fried calamari fingers ($9.99) before moving on to hearty habanero-chicken mac 'n' cheese ($13.99) or a 6 oz. sirloin steak with garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal veggies ($14.99). Because things said during that quarrel with your broiler can’t be taken back, outsource heated eats with warm sandwiches, including a prime dip ($14.99) or a classic half-pound burger served with bottomless fries ($11.99). Stop in on Saturdays or Sundays for the breakfast menu, and start the weekend off with an order of hearty bacon cakes, made with meaty bacon crumbled right into buttermilk batter ($7.99). Friendly and prompt service makes Southlake Grill’s colorful, modern dining room a pleasant place to spend a rain-soaked afternoon after being kicked out of the public library.