Even before it was a restaurant, the building that houses Brookside Restaurant and Bar was dedicated to the enjoyment of food and drink. It was originally built in 1911 as a guesthouse for a local winery, where visitors could sample the local vino, have a hearty, home-cooked meal, and gossip about President Taft’s sultry moustache. Today, the restaurant continues to uplift visitors with home-cooked meals; the menu includes certified Hereford burgers, grilled rib eye, and other American classics. It even has Monday-, Wednesday-, and Friday-night barbecue specials served straight from the smoker.
Though The Office Lounge was created as a comfy place for professionals to grab an after-work drink, there’s much more to it than just happy hour. Patrons can swing through anytime to watch Giants and 49ers games or sip on cocktails and beers as they fuel their own competitive drive over darts, an arcade game, or betting how many different liquors are in a gin and tonic.
Limelight’s lasagna, steaks, and salads compete for space in stomachs as patrons in an adjacent card room compete in Texas hold'em and blackjack. A wooden bar next to exposed-brick walls keeps glasses full and brains busy with questions about the presidential line of succession during Tuesday-night trivia. During weekend brunches, omelets and pancakes ornament the plates of diners still musing over last night’s dreams about a dolphin water-polo league.
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Busting a move you've never busted before—be it a contemporary ballet move, a jazzercise move, or a well-coordinated move to a nicer part of town and away from that mouthy opossum that keeps opening your mail—is a great way to get exercise, learn a new skill, and meet new and graceful friends. At Midtown Stomp, partners are encouraged to rotate, making the lessons as social as the open dance to help dancers learn new moves and catch the dance bug. Live music during the open dance will be provided by Phat Cat Swinger, a Hasselhoff-approved band that has toured the country and performed with Big Bad Voodoo Daddies, Royal Crown Revue, Cherry Poppin' Daddies, and The Coasters.
Blue Cue decks out its chill atmosphere with a fully stocked bar, the soothing sound of clacking billiard balls, and late-night noshes until 11:30 p.m. Grilled chicken and pineapple skewers ($6) or hot wings with ranch ($6) will grease the throat's slip n' slide for an incoming frisbee of Hawaiian or barbecue pizza ($9.75 each). A blue bacon burger, topped with lettuce, tomato, red onion, and blue cheese ($8.75) keeps one hand free to signal another pint from the barkeep while the other two chalk up a pool cue. Hungry hustlers, meanwhile, can use the packed protein power of the BLT ($5) to subtly lift the pool table with their pinkie finger during an opponent’s shots. Throughout the evening, Blue Cue's bartenders will be on-hand to capture a thundering waterfall of premium or domestic draft beer inside a glass or to conjure a cocktail out of thin air.
Ensconced in a historic 1910 building, Kupros Bistro exudes elegance with simple ingredients and grand surroundings. Kupros’ brunch, lunch, and dinner menus send mouths on a salivary spree through France and Italy, complete with soft cheeses, meats, and pleasantly pungent tour guides.