It’s difficult to describe a typical trip to 3 Sheets Pub; on any given night, visitors might find themselves locked in a game of darts, dancing to a DJ’s selections, or just hanging out with a guy in a cheese hat. Pitchers of domestic and craft beer flow freely, along with hearty sandwiches and finger foods. Flat-screen televisions encircle the room where the bar quenches thirst, and a red, neon haze filters through various liquor bottles. 3 Sheets Pub also looks after its patrons by offering a free shuttle service that spirits guests home on Friday and Saturday evenings.
At Brooklyn Deli, owners Mark Anderson and Don Bothem slice premium meats and julienne subway passes for authentic New York-style sandwiches. Along with their menu of Brooklyn classics, the duo and their staff whip up custom creations, layering breads with meats, toppings, dressings, and cheeses. Meanwhile, freshly cut potatoes simmer in the fryer, and Otis Spunkmeyer cookies rise in the ovens. Out in the dining area, cheerful red booths and stools line up beneath photographs of New York.
Twirling revelers cut through colorful lights and twirling dancers while Lava Lounge's bartenders shake up martinis, pour frosty pints of domestic beer, and forge an array of cocktails. The menu flaunts multicolored concoctions like a chemist's resumé, with drinks including the key-lime-pie martini, a fusion of creamy vanilla and citrus flavors with a honey-and-graham-cracker-crumb rim. The trance-inducing Zombie cocktail swirls dark rum and cherry brandy, and drink specials rotate daily between potent long island teas ($2), piquant glasses of bloody mary ($3), and sloshing pitchers of domestic brews ($4). Occasional live-music events create a sonic backdrop while customers practice coordination every Tuesday with beer-pong tournaments ($5 cups) for cash prizes or hit the dance floor for chances to prance through pulsing laser lights without getting kicked off museum-heist squads.
Jax Pub opened in September of 2009 and has built a solid reputation on Great Food, good service & a friendly staff. Jax has a diverse menu with something for everyone, from Pizza to Handmade Burgers, Ahi Tuna, Walleye, Baked Cod, Homemade soups, salads, fish tacos, grouper, wraps & sandwiches & a diverse bar selection too
Whiskey’s Roadhouse electrifies eating with savory bites and nightly hard-rock rhythms. The menu serves early rising stomachs plenty of soul food, such as all-you-can-eat biscuits and gravy ($3.99) and country-fried streak with eggs, toast, and hash browns ($5.99). Instead of scarfing down incriminating photographs, patrons can munch on the Whiskey's special omelette, stuffed with onion, sausage, and shredded cheese, all napping under a blanket of sausage gravy ($6.59). Appetites seeking the delayed gratification of lunch or dinner can delve into a Whiskey barbecue burger, featuring a steak patty topped with cheddar cheese and Whiskey barbecue sauce ($6.99), or the pulled-pork sandwich, which is served plain or slathered in a homemade-bourbon barbecue sauce ($5.99). Much like a chef who is moonlighting as a royal messenger, lunch and dinner items announce their arrival with a side of fries, cottage cheese, hillbilly coleslaw, or a side salad.
Perfect Brow Bar was born in 2008, when the United States first started embracing eyebrow threading—an ancient method of removing unwanted hair with swift twists of a cotton thread. As the service’s popularity grew, so did Perfect Brow Bar: it now boasts more than 15 locations across the central states. Some patrons report that threading is less painful, causes less redness, and is more precise than waxing, and the method doesn't require any brutal candle killing. In addition to threading, the trained staff beautifies clients with services including facials, eyelash extensions, and henna tattoos.