Hearty steaks, Italian dishes, American classics, and seafood specialties meet in the multicultural milieu of Anchor's Landing's menu. The heaping plate of golden fried pickles or onion rings that's included with this Groupon pumps appetites with crispy panache. Then dive into a hearty 10- to 12-ounce rib-eye steak ($16.99) or a fried combo platter (one catfish filet, four fried shrimp, and a crab cake, $15.99). Anchor's Landing proudly serves imported pasta swimming in homemade sauces. Slurp seafood linguine (sautéed shrimp, scallops, and clams with a garlic wine sauce, $15.99), fettuccine alfredo ($7.99), or linguine carbonara ($8.99).
Lucky's Kitchen and Cocktails' Cajun-inspired menu boasts hospitable dishes crammed with seafood, spices, and succulent meats. Crawfish takes a leading role in the étouffée, swimming with bell peppers and white rice, but happily costars with the mushroom-strewn Acadia parish chicken ($13.95 each). Shrimp Harpoons inject bacon-wrapped butterflied shrimp with jalapeño and provolone, served with a balsamic soy reduction and saucy Ahab monologues ($18.95). The already hefty fat back ribs get bulked up with thick-cut onion rings ($14.95/half), and the seemingly out of place fettuccine alfredo ($12.95) assimilates with a selection of blackened meats and a sprinkling of accordions.
Silver Sage Grille dishes up a wide-ranging menu of hearty savories, including Cajun and Texan delights, artfully prepared with fresh ingredients. Flavorful offerings include the breaded, pan-seared chicken piccata ($13.95) basking beneath artichoke hearts, capers, and lemon-butter sauce or the jalapeño salmon béarnaise ($18.95), a spicy affair involving grilled salmon, crabmeat, and gulf shrimp trained in the saucy art of lambada. The kitchen grills or pan sears the prime rib eye ($17.95) or new york strip ($18.95) to diners' specifications and coats the finished product in either béarnaise sauce or blue cheese ($3.00 each). Herbivores can find flora-based sustenance in the Canyon Lake salad ($9.95, add $3 for shrimp or $2.50 for grilled chicken breast), an assemblage of mixed greens combined with yukon potatoes, grilled asparagus, and a boiled egg plucked from nearby orchards.
The Old Sattler Baking Company is an old-fashioned bakery and café where passerby are welcome to linger over coffee and quaint conversation. All of Old Sattler's baked goods are prepared from scratch daily, including the signature ekmek bread, custom cakes, pastries, pies, and rolls. In an atmosphere reminiscent of the late ’50s, cozy up to the breakfast menu and choose the Eggs O'Brian, which features an egg duo napping on a bed of southern-cut hash browns ($6.39), or try resident-baker Lesley's french toast ($6.39). Strawberry-and-cream crêpes ($3.99), berry blintzes ($3.99), and peach crêpes ($3.99) pacify the sweet tooth, while a meal of chicken-fried steak and eggs ($8.99) thoroughly cleans up after hungerquakes.