Papa John's has been popping out perfectly personalized pies 'round the clock for more than 25 years—fleshing out its lineup of specialty pizzas with a munificent menu featuring an array of classic and complex versions. Traditionalists of Italian fare can indulge in the spicy italian with pepperoni, sausage, and invisible Da Vinci-shaped meat (a $16.99 value for a large), and more progressive pie enthusiasts may select the hawaiian barbecue-chicken pizza––a vacation-inducing amalgamation of grilled chicken, barbecue sauce, hickory-smoked bacon, onions, and pineapple (a $16.99 value). Choose to indulge a creative culinary streak by designing a large Create Your Own pizza, selecting up to five toppings from an arsenal of dough accessories, including ham, banana peppers, and artichoke hearts (up to a $20.94 value). Like a bangin’ club or especially bangin’ fireplace store, Papa John's stays open late, making it an opportune eatery for impromptu pajama jams and uncontrollable sleep-feasting.
Shoot yourself in the mouth with the deliciously straight-arrow flavors of Archery Bistro's seasonal menu. Current starters of lamb lollipops (meatballs with mint syrup, $8) and locally harvested mussels and clams à la normande (prepared in apple brandy with fennel and garlic butter, $7) will keep hyperactive taste buds focused as you look over spring/summer entrees such as the grilled Angus flat-iron steak with truffle fries and demi glaze ($15). The wine list at Archery Bistro varies with the menus, but diners can choose from more than 15 wines for under $9 by the glass. Feel free to ask your server for their expert advice on the finest entree/vino pairings or just to help extricate your hoof from the bear trap on the floor that—like the canoe suspended from the ceiling and the archery bows lining the walls for convenient dinner swashbuckling—adds to the bistro's rustic ambience.
Kaihana compiles a menu of traditional Asian fare elevated by a sterling selection of sushi rolls and delicately sliced sashimi. Three-course meals begin with a choice of a crab rangoon, stuffed gyoza, edamame, egg roll or a green salad appetizer. Diners can then order their favorite rice-wrapped tastes with a special roll––such as a Las Vegas roll, honeymoon roll, or hot night roll––and a maki sushi roll customized to their preference, allowing patrons to express themselves through food instead of the usual impromptu tabletop choreography. Like two sides of any seaweed-wrapped coin, California and tuna rolls come in a choice of spicy or mild, while salmon and vegetarian rolls are also available for un-meat eaters and those whose appetites are unable to adapt to Pacific Standard Time. Sweet teeth can conclude their epicurean journey with a choice of fruit bowl, ice cream, or a deep-fried banana topped with whipped cream and chocolate, and Kaihana's regular menu is also available for customers who wish to order additional eats (not included in the value of today's Groupon).