The galleys at Joe’s to Goes garner gastronomically satisfied grins by housing a menu of handheld hunger stavers. Like a mom-piloted spoon-airplane, two toasted sesame-seed buns shepherd the half pound of ground beef, plus lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion, mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup cargo, inside Joe's original hamburger ($4.99) to eager cuisine landing zones. There is an additional charge for cheese, bacon, and extra toppings. The low-carb half-pound bacon cheeseburger, meanwhile, flavorfies the palate with gooey cheese melted over crispy bacon ($4.69). A troop of thick-cut steak fries shimmering in special seasonings rallies starving stomachs or buttresses burger-based hunger quenching, and a refreshing soft drink washes away all memories of previous meat deprivation and can be used as drinkable ink for napkin notes written with a fry.
Helmed by a brew-happy band of college comrades, Toasted &Tapped dishes up American fare and handcrafted beers in a communal, homespun brewpub. Guests can sample each of the nine beers currently on draft when boarding a beer flight ($7), or bolster biceps with a full glass of the new Rufus the Red Hulk, a hoppy Belgian amber brew that doesn't need to advertise its incredibility ($6).
From the time they were boys until they both had boys of their own, Jeremy Green and Josh Tedder maintained a close bond—even closer than the one between a man and his talking dog, to whom he tells all his secrets. The pair split up to pursue separate dreams after high school, but it wasn't long before fate and friendship brought them back together. Once they became fathers and husbands, Jeremy and Josh both sought out a family-friendly restaurant that was still young and contemporary. When they came up empty-handed, they decided to combine their talents—Jeremy as a chef, Josh as a businessman—and open their own: Green's Tavern.
At Green's Tavern, whole families can gather for a meal, and couples can stop in for a drink after work. The menu showcases a wide array of all-American grub that's suitable for all ages: burgers, barbecue, and even seafood. Plus, there are 12 beers on draft and 20 by the bottle, as well as 12 big-screen HDTVs and live music to keep everyone entertained.
As patrons take puffs from an ornate, handmade Egyptian hookah, the room fills with the intoxicating scent of watermelon or spicy vanilla from premium Al Fakher, Starbuzz, or Romman shisha. More than 75 flavors tantalize taste buds as guests sip coffee, nibble on crackers, and sink comfortably into plush leather couches. To keep all senses entertained, the lounge hosts open-mic nights and stocks its shelves with cards and board games.