Pacific Spice’s friendly staff members guide patrons through a multicultural menu, sending diners hurtling mouthfirst through the varying cuisines of Japan, China, and Thailand. Groups of four or six searching for a dinner that's more entertaining than a kleptomaniac with a hole in his pocket can sample the theatrical steaming hibachi dinner. Tableside experiences begin with a round of shrimp appetizers and salads. Single-protein entrees such as salmon fillet offer concentrated flavor, and combination platters of filet mignon, shrimp, scallop, and lobster tail hit all of the different taste receptors—sweet, salty, meaty, and lobster. All entrees stick triple-axel landings onto waiting plates to the delight of hibachi vegetables, steamed or fried rice, and an array of ecstatic dipping sauces.
The chefs at Mango's Sushi and Sports Bar delicately coil up sushi rolls and sauté entrees on hibachi grills. They fill the menu with salmon, asparagus, spicy scallop, and crabmeat rolls, as well as entrees such as chicken fried rice, teppan-style steak and shrimp, and teriyaki chicken wings.
Away from the stadium lights and pyrotechnic touchdown dances glimmering from the bar's flat-screen televisions, delicate glass pendant lamps hang over the sushi bar, where patrons can pull up a stool to sip on fruit-infused sakes and watch the chefs at work.
The chefs at Chilitos craft a menu of classic Mexican fare from freshly filtered beans, never-frozen veggies, and house-made salsas and chips. A battalion of burritos flies in formation from the kitchen to the plate, arriving with such accouterments as sautéed veggies, rice, sour cream, and meat choices of chargrilled steak and barbecue-chipotle chicken. Challenge mouth capacity with a choice of beef, chicken, steak, and fish tacos in sets of one or two. Diners scale nacho towers while dodging rivers of cheese, tender meat boulders, and beanslides. With a 12-ounces side of house-prepared chips and salsa and access to the chips-and-salsa bar, patrons can play an edible game of Tiddlywinks by flinging bits of cilantro-infused tomato into their opponent's meal and wash down the taste of victory with a soft drink or creamy horchata.