Peace Restaurant?s chef uses 30 different spices to create signature African dishes that burst with flavors. The crushed seeds of African mangoes and a blend of Nigerian spices join veggies to make an ogbono stew and the goat meat pepper soup leverages the peppers' heat to add depth of flavor. In other dishes, the chef might stews black-eyed peas or fry plantains to add a variety of flavors and textures. Once a month, part of the eatery transforms into a stage and guests are entertained by comedians, African dancers, and air guitarists.
Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, Chef Patrick Ogle crafts a menu of updated American favorites that pair perfectly with World Sports Grille's expansive selection of craft beers, bourbons, whiskies, and single-malt scotches. Burgers start with certified Angus beef, turkey, or chicken breast meat, and can be further customized with the diner's choice of toppings. Other examples of elevated pub fare include a Guinness-braised bratwurst, maple-glazed scallops, and rustic pizzas.
Even diners who aren't hungry can find fun at Worlds Sports Grille, however. The venue broadcasts professional sports games on numerous HD televisions, and fifteen billiards tables invite guests to show off their own competitive skills. A dart room, a shuffleboard area, and occasional live music will also keep the recently revamped space pulsing with energy, much like a snake with his tail caught in an electrical outlet.
Social 24 combines the chic atmosphere of a nightclub with the comfortable feel of a sports bar. More than 30 high-definition televisions beam down from above, showcasing the athletic prowess of the country's finest pitchers, linebackers, point guards, and dancing mascots, while a wall-sized projection screen gives a high-voltage view of pay-per-view sporting events. As guests revel in the adrenaline-fueled competitions on display, they can whet their whistles with one of 16 on-tap beers and feast on braised shortribs, beef tips, barbecue pulled pork, and coconut shrimp. From time to time, the bar also hosts acoustic acts, karaoke, comedians, pianists, and other forms of non-sports entertainment.