Cartoon skulls color the ragged wooden sign outside Matador's, creating a rustic, yet playful, atmosphere where cuisine from the Michoacán region treats taste buds to an authentic taste of Mexico. Pulled pork, tilapia, and tofu are just a sample of what's stuffed into the tortillas of 14 types of tacos, which sate south-of-the-border cravings quicker than a deep-fried bolo tie. Combination plates and vegetarian options round out the menu at the restaurant's two locations, both of which offer spacious patio seating. At the newer Glenwood Park location, patrons can relax in a separate bar area as flat-screen TVs glimmer across intoxicating bottles of top-shelf spirits.
Laseter's wrangles an impressive lineup of draft and bottled beers to pair with televised sports, poker, trivia, friends, and bar fare in a casual atmosphere. Universally believed to make football games more action packed, wings come slathered in medium, hot, teriyaki, or ranch sauces and are punctuated with blue cheese and celery ($6.99 for 10). Laseter's hamburger plops an 8 oz. Angus patty onto a sesame-seed bun with scrumptious authority ($7.59), and drafts of Magic Hat #9 and Sweetwater 420 beautifully match the color palette of the golden-fried chicken finger platter, served with homemade honey mustard ($8.59).
Illuminated by scores of flat-screen TVs, Buckhead Saloon roars with high-energy crowds hungry for burgers, brews, and music. Amid its spacious, wood-planked interior and sprawling outdoor patio, Buckhead revelers tip back beers while sampling an assortment of scrumptious menu items. Nosh on tasty taco varieties that include chicken ($9), beef ($10), and grilled or blackened tilapia tacos ($11), all adorned in warm flour tortillas and served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pico de gallo. The rockin' BBQ burger topped with barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, and onion rings is perfect for snacking on during a sweaty one-handed drum solo ($9). Buckhead's weekend showcases of live music regularly spark impromptu dance parties, just like a dentist’s waiting room with a newly installed disco ball.
Rocky Mountain Pizza is your home away from home. We offer a comfortable atmosphere for you to catch up with friends and watch the game. And with the best beer prices in town, you won;t have to take out a loan to enjoy a night out.
Pizza Bar is home to sumptuous, specialty slices and creative cocktails served in a modern, eclectic atmosphere. Satisfy cravings for sliced comestibles with Pizza Bar's expansive menu of pizzas available by the slice ($2.25–$4.75) or by the pie ($12.50–$22). Vegetarians can sink their meat-free munchers into the herbivore pizza—a mélange of tomato sauce, white onion, green pepper, mushrooms, olives, and garlic—while omnivores flaunt their Tex-Mex side with the southwestern pie, loaded with sauce, grilled chicken, roma tomatoes, jalapeños, and onion. The fusion lounge also serves a variety of specialty cocktails for parched palates, including the platinum margaritas ($11) and electric blue lemonades ($9) made with Ketel One, blue curacao, lemonade, pineapple, and Smurf tears.
Bench Warmers lures revelers with a sports-centric bar and anchors them in their seats with a mouthwatering menu stocked full of wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, steaks, and pastas. Under the luminous glow of neon lights and big-game-beaming televisions, patrons can coronate their meal with an order of 10 chicken wings, cloaked in homemade blue-cheese or ranch dressing ($7.99), or accentuate an argument about John Wayne's given name with an appetizer of southwestern egg rolls ($7.99). Corned beef and grilled sauerkraut rest on palanquins of swiss cheese-topped rye bread to form palate-pleasing grilled reuben sandwiches ($7.99), and the lightly seasoned bench steak ($12.99) goes on the offense for a heavy, hunger-hitting lineup of gourmet entrees.