Iguana Wanna's chefs have been cooking up a hearty menu of Mexican specialties peppered with some carefully curated American selections for five years. In between Thursday’s corn beef and cabbage special and Taco Tuesdays, they fill bellies with chile rellenos, burritos, meaty burgers, and generous pastas during lunch and dinner service. These diverse feasts can be enjoyed in Iguana Wanna's dining room or on their expansive patio.
Adorned with a posh lounge and recently renovated dining room, Stockton Joe's doles out hearty platefuls of Italian-fused cuisine and classic acts of American gastronomy. The lunch menu abounds with delectable midday eats, including lightly breaded orders of chicken parmigiana ($13), high-decibel slurps of minestrone soup ($4), and carnivorous bites of Joe's meatball sandwich ($10). Dinner diners can don their most flattering scuba suit for forkfuls of the seafood fettuccini, which wrestles scallops, prawns, and bay shrimp into submission ($18); meat-seekers can lock lovelorn incisors with the scaloppini dore, a sautéed veal steak basking in a light lemon wine sauce ($18.50). Conjoined by a kids' menu, cocktail bar, and extensive wine list, Stockton Joe's creates an edible experience fit for a romantic date, a family outing, or a intimate hearing with a pasta-twirling tax lawyer.
Set against a roadhouse motif, Royce Farms BBQ is home to a charbroiled culinary team that serves up an extensive menu of succulent barbecue dishes. Stretch tight stomachstrings with an appetizer, such as the slow-smoked, barbecue riblettes ($7.95). Then, sink your ivory biters into a delectable entree, such as the hot barbecue tri-tip cut, served on a grilled Genova roll ($9.99), or a one-pound, beef-sirloin Bodacious burger ($9.49). Any entree can be paired with a cold beer or calming glass of the eatery’s various house wines—many of which are gathered from local vineyards and grape fights.
This family owned and operated pizza joint serves salads, sandwiches, wings, and calzones, in addition to 13 specialty pies that accommodate mouths of all magnitudes with digestible diameters ranging from 10" ($9.99) to 20" ($26.99). The Funky Chunky Chicken asks tonsils to dance with diced chicken, Canadian bacon, bacon, and red onions on a floor of garlic ranch sauce. The Tiger Special drowns out growling tummies with pepperoni, Canadian bacon, red onions, mushrooms, green peppers, olives, and sausage. Creative noshers can build their own pizza, selecting from 24 different toppings, including classics like pepperoni, as well as less common garnishes such as cashews, linguica (a Portuguese sausage that dreams in French), and zucchini. Hot deli sandwiches are also available, including three specialties—the BBQ chicken, chicken bacon ranch, and meatball sub (each $5.99).