The resident chefs at Feaster's Bistro harness the power of locally sourced ingredients and house-made sauces to construct a menu of inventive American comfort fare. Diners can oil rusty jaw hinges with appetizers of fried green beans ($4.99) sidled up next to garlic dipping sauce. Dinner options include hefty portions of elk meat loaf ($11.50), which snuggles Rocky Hills Elk Ranch elk meat with mashed potatoes beneath a blanket of blackberry-stout gravy, and the spinach pie, sourced from local Linderia farms and wrapped in a puff pastry ($9.50). Lunch commences with smoked-pork Reuben sandwiches ($7.50), which bridge slices of Great Harvest rye bread with slow-smoked pork shoulder, homemade sauerkraut and handfuls of suspension cables.
The seasoned chefs at Rogue Wave court patrons with a lunch and dinner menu filled with hearty sandwiches, grilled burgers, and ice cream dished out alongside a full-service coffee bar. Celebrate flavor-filled starters such as the crab cakes frosted in a roasted-red-pepper-cream sauce ($7.10). Mouths can nuzzle up to the Black & Blue burger, a cajun-seasoned patty cloaked in blue cheese ($8.20), or chew through the foliage of a veggie sandwich, assembled from a baguette layered with sautéed zucchini and drizzled in red-wine vinegar and olive oil ($6.60). Cement antivampire sentiment with the garlic-butter KC strip, a 6.5-ounce char-grilled USDA Choice slab of strip steak served with white-truffle mashed potatoes and balsamic-glazed asparagus.
The pancake professionals at Hanover Pancake House have been serving up an energizing menu of breakfast and lunch dishes since 1969. Like coaches prepping their star players, chefs dunk the cinnamon-roll french toast in an egg bath before grilling and serving it with four slices of crispy bacon ($6.99). Customers can tap into wells of personal creativity to design their own pancakes ($3.25–$5.99) with toppings such as strawberries, mixed berries, and bananas. The spinach, bacon, and tomato eggs benedict buttresses two poached eggs and creamy hollandaise sauce with toasted english muffins ($7.49), and an array of omelets ($5.25–$7.99) combines two country fresh eggs and toast.
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Serving savory subs since 1956, the friendly bread bookenders at Jersey Mike’s employ fresh ingredients to gift diners with an extensive menu of handheld eats assembled directly before eager mouths. Sink your ivories into cold subs such as the Jersey Shore's Favorite, where generous slices of provolone, ham, and cappacuolo arrive layered with onions, lettuce, tomatoes, vinegar, and a sprinkling of oil and spices ($4.29–$8.95, depending on size). Chilly diners dissatisfied with standard whole-wheat sleeping bags can warm up next to hot subs such as the Big Kahuna Cheese Steak ($6.95/reg, $10.75/giant) or the chicken parm's infusion of melted provolone, tomato sauce, and parmesan ($6.25/reg, $9.75/giant). Diners seeking munchables as light as a CGI feather can sample the fresh-tossed salad ($3.99) or tuna salad ($6.25). The friendly sandwich sculptors will also happily customize any 'wich to your whims, offering a host of vegetarian options or the utensil-friendly Sub in a Tub, which mixes the ingredients in a bowl sans bread.
The quick-serving cooks at Spangles engage appetites in a '50s-themed dining environment, having recently bolstered the menu with a saucy taste of the Far East—Wok 'n' Roll Bowls, which come in three flavors ($4.49 each). The sweet chicken teriyaki and sirloin steak spoon with stir-fried carrots and broccoli on a bed of steamed white rice, and diners longing for legumes can sink their teeth careening into the spicy kung pao chicken bowl crowned with peanuts. Keep thirsty mouths from imbibing ketchup packets by dangling a pair of 32-ounce soft drinks in front of them ($1.69 each). Ten varieties are available, such as tropical punch, green-peach tea, Pepsi, and root beer.