In the center of Minglewood Tavern's acoustic space, a bar constructed from 180-year-old barn siding rises from the ground, with posts made from the dried trunks and branches of trees holding various drink glasses overhead. Bartenders swipe those glasses to fill orders of one of the 20 beers on tap, which rotate monthly, or to mix up one of their signature cocktails. As cold sips of icy drinks chill gullets, hot entrees such as hearth oven–baked pizzas or bacon-wrapped entrees travel from the kitchen to weathered wooden tabletops, arriving just in time to catch the end of a set from one of the live bands that plays Wednesday through Saturday or a rare glimpse at the one band that plays Wednesday through Saturday.
When the stage and mics stand silent, high-definition and projection-screen TVs pick up the slack, beaming sports games across the retrofitted bar. Each weekday night boasts its own food special, such as Monday's all-you-can-eat ribs and Wednesday's all-you-can-eat sushi.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels is a musical comedy based on the 1988 film of the same name starring Steve Martin and "wild and crazy guy" Michael Caine. The stage adaptation follows competing con men Lawrence and Freddy as they scheme and swindle their way through the French Riviera. After failed attempts to team up, the suave Lawrence and the not-as-suave Freddy make a bet on who can steal $50,000 from a young heiress—the winner keeps the cash, and the loser has to leave the Riviera. The show boasts a Tony Award–nominated score by David Yazbek, the songsmith behind the similarly adapted-from-a-movie The Full Monty, as well as a pyramid scheme's worth of laughs from the capable cast.
Fresh fare can be found at Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant, where patrons seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu.
When you're ready to pig out, Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant is ready to serve you the scrumptious food you're craving.
Televisions are strewn throughout the bar, so fans can stay up to date on the latest sports happenings.
Parties of any size can easily be seated at Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant.
Music lovers can enjoy live performances at Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant as well.
This bar is very loud, so prepare for a wall of sound.
To get seated fast on a weeknight, you may want to call ahead and make a reservation — after-work crowds can fill the place up.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant.
At Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant, diners can easily find street parking or parking in a nearby lot.
Commuters will love the easy access to public transit and parking close to Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant.
Delicious food is never hard to find, but it is hard to find at the right price. Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant is making it happen.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Fibber Mc Gee Restaurant serves up all three meals.
For a quick bite to eat, Black Cow's menu is packed with all-American options everyone will love.
Those with dietary restrictions--such as vegan, low-fat and gluten-free--will enjoy the menu at Black Cow.
Watch the game with fellow fans to get the full sports experience.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Black Cow just as much as mom and dad.
Don't let your weekend plans get spoiled! Be sure to reserve a table if you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday since it can get pretty crowded.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Black Cow — casually-dressed diners are the norm here.
If you need to feed a big crowd, Black Cow also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers.
If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go.
Commuting to Black Cow is a breeze with close parking and public transit options.
At Black Cow, diners will receive complimentary parking at the lot next door.
A typical meal at Black Cow will set you back less than $30.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
Though their dishes are plated with an upscale attention to detail, the kitchen staff at Wild Horse Cafe needs little more to prepare them than ingredients sourced from local farms and an open fire pit. Thus is borne the restaurant?s cozy, New American dishes with a dose of international flair. Broiled haddock, Moroccan-spiced rack of lack, and upside-down shepherd's pie pair with a rotating selection of 24 draft beers, which can include regional favorites as well as brews from across the world. From steaks and wild sockeye salmon to signature sandwiches, burgers, and flatbreads, these dishes accommodate meals from late-morning onwards, including late-night bites.
Wild Horse Cafe's spacious and inviting dining area echoes the rustic spirit of its cooking. An open kitchen lies within full view of the wooden tables and horseshoe-shaped booths. Edison bulbs surrounded by wireframe cages hang from the ceiling and cast a gentle glow across the taupe walls and decorative tree branches.
The chefs at Acapulcos Mexican Family Restaurant & Cantina aim to cook authentic Mexican dishes unaltered by any Tex-Mex influence. Their recipes reach back generations within the owners' family and several miles into their underground tortilla vaults. Spanish-speaking servers deliver simple combinations of protein or veggies, topped with vibrant sauces: carne asada steak dressed in green pepper and guacamole, tender pork loin in tomatillo sauce, chicken in chocolate mole. The chefs' adherence to tradition doesn't preclude experimentation. Case in point: the dessert burrito, a lightly fried tortilla wrapped around apple-cinnamon or creamy cheesecake filling.
Both the menu and the decor change slightly from location to location?a painting of Mexico here, a tiled mosaic there. Each one, however, has a full bar where bartenders mix margaritas and flat-screen TVs broadcasting sports overhead.