Sky-high stacks of pancakes, super-stuffed omelettes, and lunch and dinner savories fill IHOP's mile-long menu. To ensure all your breakfast dreams come true at any meal, opt for eggs benedict ($8.99) or stuffed french toast ($7.49), or have it all with the Split Decision breakfast ($8.49), in which pairs of eggs, bacon, sausage links, french toast, and pancakes fill empty torso trunks and brunch arks. For a heartier meal, gobble down an 8-ounce country-fried beef steak smothered in gravy and served alongside eggs, hash browns, and buttermilk pancakes for breakfast ($8.99) or have it dressed up for dinner with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli ($9.99). IHOP also offers a bonanza of fresh salads ($3.99–$8.99), burgers ($3.99–$8.99), and entrees.
With five sizes of burger, 32 free toppings, and up to 378,000 possible flavor combinations for shakes and malts, Cheeburger Cheeburger is a perfect stop for picky eaters and brilliant statisticians alike. This national '50s-style burger joint is notable for its sweeping menu of sandwiches, platters, and shakes, as well as its commitment to quality ingredients, such as Naturewell natural Angus beef. Everything is cooked to order, including the fresh-cut fries ($2.09–$4.19) and battered onion rings ($2.99–$4.19). Burgers range from the Classic, weighing in at 5.5 oz. before cooking ($4.99), to the signature Famous Pounder, a 20 oz. slab of bovine ecstasy ($9.99). Champion beefeaters can earn their photograph on the Wall of Fame for slaying this burger behemoth. Herbivores can opt for the grilled portobello-mushroom melt with sautéed onions and swiss cheese on rye ($6.99), and carbophobes can avoid filling up on bread with bun-free CheePlatters, sandwich fillings served with choice of cheese, toppings, side, dipping sauce, side salad or coleslaw, and sautéed onions ($9.99), or meal-sized, custom salads (starting at $6.99).
On Fridays, the familiar aroma of frying fish wafts out of Westvale Fish Cove, luring in as many diners as it did when the restaurant opened its doors in 1948. But chefs keep the deep fryer sizzling throughout the rest of the week too, as they dip shrimp, calamari, and fish into its golden bubbles, yielding bronzed crusts and resonant crunches. In addition to their made-to-order meals, chefs can also wrap up raw seafood for customers to fry at home or to use as a subtle warning in front of complacent pet goldfish.
The Sokolowski family fired up Checkers Family Restaurant and Pizzeria in 2001, determined to fill the following decade with cheese and pepperoni pizzas and spicy wings. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner courses grace tables that sprout like wild wood-shop projects from the floor of indoor and outdoor eating areas. Every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Checkers hosts fish fries that grant fresh haddock a starring role in both a sandwich and fish dinner.m:]]
Siena showcases traditional American dishes and beverages in a casual atmosphere. The menu features crisp salads, hot sandwiches, hearty pastas, and appetizer platters anointed with innovative flavors. Whet black-tie appetites with the shrimp cocktail, a cavalcade of crustaceans poised to dive into a pool of house-made sauce ($8.50), or sink teeth into a meatball hero sandwich ($8.95) loaded with saucy, spherical morsels. Pie-eyed diners can craft the personal pizza of their dreams with a choice of sauce, cheese, and creative toppings, such as artichoke hearts and sun-dried tomatoes ($8.95). Hungry crowds hone their cutlery skills by scooping forkfuls of gnocchi bolognese, pillows of potato dumplings sautéed with sage, garlic, and browned butter ($13.95); cutting into the NY strip steak ($16.95); or spooning French onion soup until it falls asleep.
Born in 1890, Nibsy's entices patrons with Old World charm, sports-enabled TVs, and a menu of pizzas, wraps, sandwiches, and more. Start the meal right by planting your face in a basket of fried veggies, including zucchini, broccoli, and breaded baby carrots ($5.50), then move on to Nibsy's pizzas, which are freshly prepared with dough from Columbus Bakery and offer the chance to sample a personal pizza and six wings ($9.50+). Friday feasters can bury their gums in a haddock sandwich that's built with fried fish and a toasted roll and served with chips, a pickle, and tartar sauce ($5.75). Plentiful off-street parking offers pub-goers places to park their ride before parking hindquarters in Nibsy's to catch the game, dive into a plate of fries with cheddar-cheese sauce or gravy ($3.50), or choose from eight hot sandwiches and six wraps, such as the hot roast beef sandwich ($6.75) and rib-eye steak wrap ($6.95). Rinse teeth free of food bits by gargling a domestic beer ($3) or a pint of Guinness ($4).
The Deli Downtown keeps it simple. They serve comforting American cuisine of baked-daily bagels, as well as inventive sandwiches made with tangy balsamic dressing, fresh mozzarella, smoked turkey, and homemade focaccia bread. An air of nostalgia permeates the restaurant, with its chessboard linoleum floors, silver-and-vinyl soda-fountain stools, and red-neon accents. The savory smells of toasted reuben and turkey-club sandwiches fill the remaining air as chefs labor at the panini press. For those who refuse to conform, diners can plot out their meal to perfect specificity with the build-your-own-sandwich menu.