The Factory bakes sizzling pizza pies and assembles an assortment of specialty ice-cream dishes in a classic checker-floored parlor atmosphere. Cooks paint Hunt Brothers pizza ($9.49/large) in selections from a palette of toppings, and Hunt Brothers wings ($2.79/5 pieces) play pranks on unsuspecting taste buds using buckets of zestily flavored heat-sauce. A specialty sundae puts out flavor fires with creamy scoops of Blue Bell ice cream slathered in syrups and more ($4.25). The Factory’s thick blended milkshakes cover a five-part flavor spectrum, from the familiar chocolate to the unsettled and constantly plotting conspiracy theories about melting that come with Mocha Madness ($3.45). To avoid overheating, hot dogs lazily recline on soft buns, appreciating the cool balm of relish and mustard ($1.50). Customers can also call in orders for pizza and wings and may request to speak to specific food items if they're available.
Armed with an array of more than 20 fresh ingredients, the cheerful culinary wranglers at Moe's create scrumptious Southwestern food for carnivores and vegetarians alike. After perusing the menu, grab tasty tortilla canvases then watch as your edibles are crafted into burritos, tacos, quesadillas and nachos. Crunch on the chips and salsa included with every meal, or kick crisps up a notch with selections such as the Overacheiver tacos bedecked with your choice of meat (grilled sirloin steak, chicken, ground beef, tofu, or pulled pork), beans, shredded cheese, pico de gallo, lettuce, sour cream and guacamole ($3.89). Hefty handhelds include eats such as the Joey Bag of Donuts—a burrito filled with a choice of meat along with beans, rice, shredded cheese and pico de gallo ($6.69). The veggie-friendly Art Vandalay offers the same delectable insides without the meat ($5.59).
Cook's Place styles hot dogs with flare inside a dining space steeped in 1950s nostalgia and decorated with old 45s and neon lights. The iconic scrambled dog presents two chopped red hots slathered with beanless chili, onions, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and oyster crackers ($3.75), and the naked dog ($1.25) resists bread-induced claustrophobia. Those looking to stray from encased offerings may shovel third-pounder grilled burgers ($3.25) or chicken-salad sandwiches ($1.49) into throat canals, and toss in onion ring ($1.49) lifesavers. Hand-spun shakes are served thick, like an entire set of children's encyclopedias nailed together ($2.50).
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