Small town, small bar with great food - including homemade chili, soups, meatloaf & mashed potatoes. We offer a full bar, WI-FI, patio, and excellent service in the middle of wine country - some nearby wineries include Plum Hill, Montinore, Adea, Elk Cove, and Kramer.
Realistic murals grace the walls at Pepper's Mexican Grill, but the real show-stopper is the food. The kitchen staff prepares everything from burritos, tamales, and tacos to tortas, mole, and carnitas. If you can't decide what to order, try the Cowboy Combo, which blankets a half rack of smoked ribs and a chicken breast with peppers, bacon, cheese, and barbecue sauce.
Billy's Bar beckons diners with a menu of upscale pub fare and a fountain of locally made beer and wine. Drinking foursomes can imbibe 4-ounce samples of brew from the area discussing which has the best color, which pairs the best with pub fare, and which has more hops than a toddler drinking Mountain Dew. Couple mini malts with any of Billy's starters including smooth roasted garlic hummus, warming beef chili, and creamy baby mac 'n' cheese. Alternately, opt for the second deal to excavate the piping hot core of a steaming meat loaf entree ($9) or fling a pepperoni-topped gladiator pizza ($10) into a breadbasket during an impromptu frisbee-golf game with the next table over.
When it comes to food and sports, it's hard to think of an area that Lu's Sports Bar & Lounge doesn't have covered. The night's biggest games and cutest team huddles not only flicker across the bar's massive 82-inch flat-screen, but also its eight 52-inch high-definition TVs. Those, in turn, surround Lu's potpourri of gaming stations: pinball machines, air hockey tables, dartboards, pool tables, and a shuffleboard court to top it all off.
Other gaming opportunities, such as video poker machines, await in Lu's lounge, which is equipped with its very own bar backed by more flat-screens. The main screens here, however, are dedicated to karaoke, which takes place every night.
Both bar and lounge stay open until 2:30 a.m. nightly, and accommodate patrons as they savor the mix of Chinese classics and American comfort food that emerges from Lu's kitchen. The menu mixes eastern dishes such as Szechwan shrimp with western staples including wings served dry or tossed in a choice of four sauces.
You'd never spot a cook uncapping a bottle of store-bought salsa or a robot frying up pork carnitas in the kitchen at El Guajillo Mexican Restaurant Bar & Grill. The chefs at this family-owned eatery insist on making their sauces and Mexican specialties themselves, from the pico de gallo to the crispy tortilla chips. When they're not chopping up fresh veggies for these house-made delicacies, they're folding fresh meats and veggies into enchiladas, burritos, and tortas, as well as showering tamales in red and green salsas. These versatile kitchen staffers also extend their culinary expertise towards pizzas, topping pies with homemade tomato sauce and specialty ingredients. To complement the diverse menu, the restaurant's bartenders blend a selection of tangy margaritas and fruity cocktails.
Videogame aficionados unite at Pixel Battles, where Xbox 360s, Wii Us, PlayStation 3s, Kinects, 3D gaming, and a retro room tempt fingers with the newest digital challenges. One of the only video game venues in the area allows players to cozy up to black leather chairs and plasma TV screens to test their skills. Gamers can settle into the latest games with friends on multiple plasma TV screens. In addition to individual gaming, Pixel Battles also hosts themed birthday parties, special events, and tournaments to help gamers battle in healthy competition.