Street Freakz Performance’s technicians provide extensive detailing to cars, trucks, motorcycles, and boats. Using buffers, wax, and carpet extractors, they return automobiles to the shining demeanors of their showroom youths. The shop also provides internal renewal through skilled maintenance and body work.
TJ Chumps' menu supplies sports fans with hearty helpings of amped-up bar food in an atmosphere appropriate for family WWF viewings. Whet a peckish palate with the buffalo shrimp ($7.50), five jumbo shrimp slathered in honey barbecue, Caribbean jerk, or hot wing sauce, before scaling the strata of the southwest turkey sandwich ($7.95), a sedimentary selection of smoky turkey, pepper jack, and lettuce with house-made chipotle mayo. Where disc-shaped fare is concerned, the Veggie Chump pizza ($11.95/$17.95) appeases herbivores, while the beefy Reuben pizza ($10.95/$16.95) gives the boost of energy required to colorfully converse with televised sportscasters and fictional spell-casters. Entree eaters can try the choice New York strip, with maitre d'butter and house-made smashed potatoes ($19.95), or the sushi-grade salmon dinner, with rice, broccoli, and a dollop of tartar sauce ($15.95).
The Inside Scoop's ice cream-concocters sate dairy-craving palates by packing more than 20 flavors of Hershey's ice cream into crunchy cones and drenching each bite in more than a dozen available classic toppings. Specialty sundaes coat scoops in luscious ingredients such as hot fudge and pecans, while hot dogs, hot beverages, or steaming winter soups high-five insides to transfer their warmth. The Inside Scoop also boasts a party room that comes alive under the reflections of its 55" TV that can be used as a hook-up for computers during meetings, to display slideshows at parties, or for movie viewing while enjoying the shop's hot and cold delectables.
Hot Dogs Plus Cafe N' Cones recalls an old-fashioned ice-cream stand, with bright yellow brick walls, a walk-up dairy bar, and a menu of classic American carnival treats. Cheerful servers bustle about behind the counter, doling out freshly made foot-long coney dogs, pulled-pork sandwiches, and fried-green tomatoes. They swirl more than 50 flavors of soft-serve ice cream, and shower sundaes in hot caramel and salted nuts.
Small sombreros dot the menu at Las Piramides, differentiating the kitchen’s special creations from more traditional Mexican plates. For a slightly updated chimichanga, chefs pack succulent lobster into a tortilla before frying the bundle and smothering it with a housemade cream sauce. They also stuff un-fried burritos with interesting ingredients that go beyond chicken and beans, such as juicy philly cheesesteak fillings. Tacos, enchiladas, sizzling fajitas, and vegetarian combos cater to more classical tastes.
Las Piramides’ environment is just as colorful as its menu, with richly pigmented murals painted over dandelion-yellow walls. Cushy red booths cradle diners as they eat, as well as keep it a secret whenever there’s an accidental salsa spill.
Frequent diners at Qdoba come for the eatery’s signature flavors, but they may not know how far the staff travels to obtain them. Qdoba’s staff visits various parts of Mexico on a regular basis in search of flavor combinations that later enhance the shop’s burritos, quesadillas, and taco salads. Among these blends are ancho-chili barbecue, gumbo accented with cilantro rice, and the three-cheese queso, a creation that took 47 tries to perfect. Along with sought-after flavors, Qdoba’s staff members pride themselves on their painstaking preparation of fresh ingredients, from fire-roasted tomatoes to mouth-watering poblano peppers.