Tony's Pizzalicious has dished out hearty Italian food since 1967. By tossing dough and ladling house-made sauce, the chefs create their namesake pies in styles such as the meat lovers and the Hawaiian, or in customized forms that don slices of tomato and pepperoni arranged into scale models of diners' favorite solar systems. A range of classic Italian entrees emerge from the kitchen, too— eggplant parmesan top twirls of spaghetti, and chopped bacon tops baked ziti with a four-cheese blend. Oven-baked subs and foot-long strombolis and calzones help round out the menu.
The Kingsman Restaurant’s menu dishes up delicious Southern staples such as fresh-cut rib eye, lemon-pepper catfish, and the famous pimento burger ($4.99), which Garden & Gun named one of the 100 Best Southern Foods. Taking their cue from chicken and gold, the corn nuggets ($5.49) are a sweet and crunchy way to start a meal, and diners can get a taste of royalty by licking a bejeweled crown or snacking on the King’s Sampler, a golden-brown combination of mushrooms, cheese sticks, onion rings, and jalapeño poppers ($7.99). The bacon-and-cheddar burger ($4.99) and the Kingsman pizza burger ($4.49) deliver flavor packs of protein that pair with a side of crispy french fries ($1.99). Lubricate your food tubes with a fountain drink ($1.94), or choose from a selection of domestic ($2.95) and specialty ($3.50) beers before succumbing to the siren song of the pecan pie ($4.19) or the half-bird, half-woman creature in the parking lot.
Tokyo Grill’s chefs stand over sizzling grills, their furrowed brows illuminated by the dancing flames as they speedily prepare food that blends hibachi flavors with fast and casual dining. With swiftness and precision, they grill fresh vegetables alongside juicy strips of steak, cuts of chicken, and plump jumbo shrimp, then quickly plate the still-steaming meats atop beds of rice speckled with wedges of zucchini, slices of onion, and traces of fairy dust. Elsewhere in the kitchen, sushi chefs are equally hard at work, folding crabmeat and crisp cucumbers into sushi rolls.
The house-turned-eatery known as The Backyard Café puts out an eclectic selection of grilled American fare. Gracious guests can get started with apps, such as artichoke spinach dip ($6.99) or the Backyard salad ($6.99+)––infused with roast beef, turkey, ham, bacon, egg, cheese, and veggies. Hearty bites include the Backyard burger ($7.89)—a half-pound circle of Angus beef bear-hugged by cheddar cheese, mushrooms, onions, and bacon, served with a choice of a side—as well as the teriyaki salmon ($13.99), which arrives steamy atop a fluffy bed of rice pilaf. Diners can complement their consumption with a bottled beer ($2.50+) or glass of wine ($4.50+), or wrap up with a cool scoop of homemade ice cream ($1.99 single scoop) and a hot cup of Coffee Cabana coffee ($1.59).
Highly trained hands at Parkland Cakes infuse miniature morsels with tasty icing to fashion delectable batches of fresh-baked cupcakes. Customers can peruse the menu of frosted treats and order a dozen vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry cupcakes topped with classic frostings such as sweet vanilla butter cream or candy-inspired caramel, or opt to trick tongues into eating dessert for breakfast with a cream-cheese-covered creation. Signature tastes such as lemon, almond amaretto, and carrot also jostle for patrons' edible affection.
Johnny's Tony's, formerly Zia’s New York Pizza, is home to dough wizards who magically twirl and knead floured orbs into saucy New York–style pies, as well as summon a trove of meaty heros and pasta entrees. Savor the classic simplicity of a cheese pizza ($4.50–$11.65), or adorn your pie with standard toppings ($0.35–$2.00/ingredient), including pepperoni and sausage, or premium adornments ($1.50–$3.00/ingredient), such as chicken, artichoke, and feta. The signature pies, such as a bacon-and-ranch soused Hometown pizza ($6–$18.25), treat tasters to an edible amalgamation more flavorful than an oven-baked Picasso painting. Hand-breaded cuts of poultry saunter atop drifts of spaghetti to create the chicken-parmesan pizza ($7.25), while a calzone erupts cheese and marinara through a crunchy crag of baked dough ($4.85 for a small; $9.55 for a large). Wrap hands or novelty foam fingers around the baked breading of a meatball hero ($6), or satiate beefy urges by snagging a steak sandwich ($6.50). To satisfy families or air-guitar troupes of 4–6 members, Johnny's Tony's serves up a family spaghetti meal ($14 regular; $15.99 with meat sauce), which arrives at tables accompanied by eight slices of garlic bread.