The chefs at Los Vaqueros offer up a selection of traditional Mexican cuisine. With dishes made from scratch daily, patrons can dip chips into bowls of hand-blended guacamole or extra-spicy molten queso. Enchiladas nestle beneath a bed of cheese and red sauces alongside seasoned rice and beans. Fajitas swaddle chicken, steak, or veggies in tortillas met with sautéed onions, peppers, and fresh jalapeños. Other authentic dishes include tortas made on homemade bread, sopes, and gorditas.
While traveling from place to place in the bright-yellow Jay’s Dee-Lux Taters food truck, cooks fry up hand-battered tenderloins, wings, and fresh-cut fries. The mobile eatery’s signature dish, Jay’s Dee-Lux Tater, challenges mouths with a mammoth amalgamation of battered and fried potato wedges sprinkled with cheese, chopped scallions, and other toppings. The food truck also doles out daily specials that change every day of the week except for Opposite Day; the specialties include homemade meatloaf, hand-battered fish ‘n’ chips, and tacos served with rice and beans.
City Mexican Cuisine serves dishes named after Mexico’s cities within a modern, upscale atmosphere. Diners dive into house queso and homemade chips or pastel de tres leches—one of several decadent desserts made in-house by chef Raul. Open every day of the week, the restaurant almost always has something extra to offer including a daily happy hour, a weekday lunch express, and a Sunday Mexican-style brunch. It also features the Chrome Lounge where visitors can watch a big game or host a private party.
Featuring games from the 80's! No quarters or tokens needed, play all you want for 5 bucks! 1984 is THE 80's arcade! Stop in and get your 80's on in style. We have the games, the music, and the vibe from the greatest decade ever! Need a place to host your next event or party? We offer private events and party room rentals.
TLC Hair Designs owner-operator Tracy Chapman transforms damaged, overgrown, or outdated hairdos at her work station in Salon Brands. Using her steady hands and knack for matching styles based on her clients' skin tones and facial features, Tracy cuts, layers, and shapes both men's and women's hair. Matrix and Logics Color DNA aid her as she adds accentuating highlights or all-over color to strands that need a new hue or a touchup of their natural green hue.
Within the olive-green walls of La Hacienda Authentic Mexican Restaurant, diners devour sizzling shrimp enchiladas, chicken quesadillas, and grilled steak tacos. At a full bar, servers mix and other libations.
Jin’s owner Hong Jung works alongside his mother, Chan Jung, who draws on experience accrued at her own restaurant in Korea. The two slow-roast pork for six hours before arranging it alongside pickled vegetables, cabbage, rice, and sauces. Chan crafts the restaurant’s kimchi—a spicy, fragrant condiment of fermented cabbage and vegetables traditional in Korea—from scratch. Hong sears small batches of beef bulgogi before heaping it into bowls of bibimbap, which display a fried egg on top like the crests of the weirdest families.