The best food begins with the best ingredients, or so said mythical figure Johnny Mucho. Legend has it that the owners of Mucho Burrito Fresh Mexican Grill knew zilch about Mexican food until they met Johnny. His love of food was so infectious that they created Mucho Burrito with his family recipes as their inspiration. Thanks to generations’ worth of expertise, the cooks at Mucho Burrito’s incorporate gourmet touches that you wouldn’t expect at a typical taco joint. For instance, they pack their gigantic burritos with shredded beef or pork that slow roasts in mexican spices for eight hours before hitting the tortilla. They make their guacamole and five salsas fresh each morning, when the sun is at the proper angle for blessing salsas. Their salads arrive nestled in bowls formed by fresh-baked tortilla shells. To turn up the heat, customers can slather their grub in one of five signature sauces, which range from Johnny's Sweet Heat to Death by Johnny Megahot.
Although roughly 1,000 different entrees can be sampled at Chang's Mongolian Grill, diners won't need to peruse a menu as thick as a phone book. Instead, you get to peruse the all-you-can-eat food bar and fill a bowl with your choice of meats, vegetables, and noodles. A helpful chart recommends tried-and-true combinations, but guests are free to experiment, mixing and matching sauces as they see fit.
For the final step, the chefs take each bowl and pour its contents onto a large, circular grill in the center of the open kitchen. They shuffle and slide each order around the magma-heated grill until every last morsel is evenly seared, then sweep everything onto a waiting plate. All you'll need to do is take it back to your table and enjoy the freshly grilled meal. Additional sides of soup, rice, or crepes are also available.
At Vanishing Veins Northwest, board-certified radiologists and nurse practitioners act as reverse artists, erasing the unsightly scribbles of spider and varicose veins. They typically administer noninvasive or minimally invasive treatments such as EVLT—Endovenous Laser Therapy—which closes varicose veins by applying laser energy to the affected tissues. Alternatively, sclerotherapy sessions address spider veins with an injected solution that causes the vessel walls to swell up, blocking blood flow and leading to the vein’s collapse and disappearance without it first spelling out "Nooooo!" Both procedures entail short recovery periods and include detailed medical evaluations. After their treatments, patients can benefit from reduced leg discomfort and the boost in confidence that comes with clearer skin.
Rumbar Plaza Cafe's ample menu augments the selections of a classic American deli with Filipino flavors. Breakfast burritos, normally the territory of eggs, cheese, bacon, and hungry bachelors, get a dose of tapsilog and tocilog—Filipino blends of marinated beef or pork with garlic-fried rice and fried eggs. The kitchen team also whips up combo plates with menudo, pork, chicken adobo, beef caldereta, or dinuguan, as well as traditional caesar salads, reubens, and tuscan turkey sandwiches, the sandwiches most likely to be leaning at a seemingly impossible angle. In addition to wraps, chicken wings, palabok, and sisig, Rumbar also serves beer and wine, hosts Friday-night karaoke, takes pick-up orders, and provides catering for 100 guests or more.
Philly Fever Restaurant and Bar brings Philly's trademark cheesesteaks to the Seattle area. And then the chefs take it to the next level. Take the Seattle Seahawks sandwich, for example: grilled steak and onions saut?ed in spicy buffalo sauce. Diners can also dig into mushroom steak, pizza steak, pepper steak, veggie cheese sandwiches, and plenty of burgers and hoagies.
At Casa Durango, chefs whip up a smorgasbord of Mexican eats, with a spread of tortas, tacos, salads, and burritos paired with frosty tropical cocktails and margaritas. Like a computer manual written by Stephen King, the menu is as lengthy as it is appetizing. It presents dozens of different steaks, enchiladas, seafood, and chicken dishes ladled with zesty sauces and complemented by sides of savory rice and beans. The dishes run the gamut from traditional, homey plates of marinated lamb shank and slow-simmered pork to group-pleasing dishes of nachos and taquitos. And when it comes to entertaining groups, the restaurant also hosts karaoke performances that lighten the mood on weekends.