The menu at Fat Daddy's showcases made-from-scratch items and 100% sirloin beef burgers. The eatery’s gastronomes slather their locally processed beef in homemade dips and sauces before sandwiching it between buns delivered daily from a local bakery. The Dragon burger ($8.29) lures in naive princesses with pepper jack cheese, guacamole, and green chilies, while the blue cheese bacon cheeseburger buries beef underneath blue cheese dip and fried onion straws ($8.29). The buffalo chicken sandwich ($7.99) teems with certified farm fresh poultry, while the Knife-N-Fork chili cheeseburger splays out a half-pound of meat on an upside-down bun and slathers it in cheddar cheese and diced onions ($8.29).
As soon as guests step into Mooyah, they become chefs. The restaurant's menu allows them to create their own burgers, topping beef, turkey, or veggie burgers with sauces, veggies, and bacon. To partner made-to-order burgers on white, wheat, or iceberg lettuce, the staff also hand-cuts french fries and blends cookie-dough and Reese's peanut butter milk shakes.
7 Salsas augments its menu of Mexican fare with a rotating septet of homemade salsas—one served daily—and the always-available Big Red, the restaurant's signature picante sauce. Diners pique piquant palates with an order of fresh guacamole prepared tableside ($8.79) or with other appetizers, such as chicken-and-bacon quesadillas ($9.25). Seafood offerings include two soft or crispy fish tacos, each stuffed with tilapia, cabbage, and chipotle-avocado dressing ($8.99), and two enchiladas del mar, bursting with plump shrimp, topped with ranchera sauce, and endorsed by Poseidon's private chef ($9.99). For border-straddling bites, delve into a Tex-Mex concoction such as the hearty Cha-Cha chimichanga, a giant flour tortilla extensively trained in syncopated dance styles and stuffed with rice and either chicken or beef, then crowned with chile con queso ($8.59).
The culinary craftsmen at Ole’s Tex-Mex Restaurant forge flavorful south-of-the-border fare from traditional family recipes. For brunch, the eatery slings egg quesadillas and huevos rancheros, a hearty amalgam of eggs and corn tortillas anointed with ranchero sauce. Chefs conjure specialty dinner dishes such as chilies rellenos, carne guisada, and shrimp burritos. The casual restaurant hosts happy hour daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., creating loyal customers infused with more joviality than a smiley-face convention.
The staff at Gyroasis camouflages healthy fare behind the alluring flavors of Greek-style sandwiches, salads, and soups. They coat fresh flatbreads warm from the oven or tanning bed with toppings including feta cheese, savory zaatar, or jalapeño-laced hot sauce. The tangy bites buttress entrees such as the turkey pita pocket or falayros platter, complete with beef and lamb gyro and two pieces of falafel. Main courses make way for kenafe, a dessert of sweet cheese, crushed phyllo, rose water, and pistachios offset by bittersweet Turkish coffee or end-of-date goodbyes.