Garlic Jim's menu was handcrafted with nothing more than a dream and an incredible reserve of pizza-making expertise. Open an order with some gourmet chicken wings, available in barbecue, garlic, and hot, before moving on to pizza territory. Put an end to eating Legos by piecing together a custom pie. Choose from the hand-thrown thick, garlic thin, or gluten-free crusts, slathered in one of seven sauces (from classic red to zesty chipotle pesto), and then slap on any of 15 standard and 11 gourmet toppings (14-inch large pizzas start at $11.99, extra-large $14.99; each additional topping for a large is $1.50). To achieve customization without the stress of having to choose, turn to one of the pre-determined specialties. Meat-maul hunger with the Hercules (salami, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, beef, spicy Italian sausage, and bacon; $18.99 for large, $21.99 for extra-large), or discover the secret of pizza-temperature fusion in your head with Jim's bacon-cheeseburger pizza (beef, bacon, red onions, tomatoes, mozzarella, and cheddar; $18.99 for large, $21.99 for extra-large).
Nestled within the Silver Cloud Hotel, Nine O Bar & Grill showcases the talents of chefs who sizzle up hearty American eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Silently peruse or boisterously orate the extensive menu that’s filled with traditional spreads such as the ale house fish ‘n’ chips, which features beer-battered cod and french fries accompanied by house-made coleslaw ($11.90). Culinarians sauté the seafood fettuccine alfredo in garlic parmesan sauce with prawns, bay scallops, and vegetables ($19.90), and flame-kiss their signature rib eye before topping it with mushrooms and autographing it in blue cheese ($26.90). Other, more casual fare includes sandwiches, such as the swiss and avocado burger ($11.90), and a Hawaiian pizza ($11.90) dressed in canadian bacon, pineapple, and a palm-tree print button down.
Motivo houses an eclectic inventory of contemporary home accents, alongside fragrant candles, adorable baby gifts, and sleek modern tableware. Freshen interior breezes with the long-lasting smell of a Votivo aromatic candle ($25), which can burn up to 50 hours, filling dwellings with the scents of red currant, black ginger, or lavender chamomile pear. A black-orchid mini dish ($29) provides a stylish depository for easily misplaced house keys and a Botanical Leaf cake server ($58) transforms the undesirable role of birthday-cake cutter into a highly coveted position. For friends who are expecting, Motivo offers a variety of baby gifts, including cashmere-soft Angel Dear blankies ($14) and plush giraffe sound machines ($27) that feature the sleep-promoting sounds of a mother's heartbeat.
A charming wooden sign painted with gothic script hangs above Liebchen Delicatessen, hinting at the Old World breads, baked goods, cold cuts, and chocolates found inside. Once through the doors, an even tastier picture forms: salted crusts of golden-brown pretzel rolls peek over rims of paper-lined bakery baskets and glass cases frame stockpiles of fresh Scandinavian and Dutch cheeses, Bavarian liverwurst, and smoked Alpine meats. Guests can pick up party trays laden with ham and emmentaler to take to off-site events, or snack on sandwiches, pickles, and chips on the outdoor patio, which is shaded by a leafy tree that yodels each time the wind blows.
QFC supplies kitchens and cabinets with a scrumptious array of fresh meat, organic produce, and homemade baked goods. Reward teeth for not biting into wax fruit by sinking pearls into artisanal Discover Delicious cupcakes, freshly baked in a variety of flavors. The salty-sweet fusion found in maple-bacon cupcakes provides a tasty way to satisfy USDA bacon requirements, and the peanut-butter-and-jelly cupcake brings together a delectable duo as classic as spaghetti and meatballs or onions and tears. Meanwhile, traditional tastes such as German chocolate, red velvet, and Boston cream keep decadence familiar, and all flavors can capably carry themselves during a birthday, dinner gathering, or midnight rendezvous.
Not much has changed since Lovie Yancey opened the first Fatburger in 1952. Since then, the chain has expanded, but the food has stayed the same: 100% USDA lean beef burgers grilled to order and hand-scooped ice-cream shakes. Each restaurant stays true to Yancey's vision, even down to retro-influenced digs with jukeboxes blasting old school favorites designed to make listeners flash enthusiastic thumbs-up signs. Inside the kitchen, cooks stack burgers from 2.5-ounce burgers to 24-ounce triple burgers on toasted regular or gluten-free buns as fresh onions crisp inside fryers filled with cholesterol-free oil. Diners can also enjoy Fatburger’s signature chili made with a secret blend of herbs and spices or milkshakes topped with dollops of whipped cream that resemble fluffy, white clouds shaped like marshmallows.