Known for Canadian baby-back ribs, The Bicycle Club boasts lunch and dinner menus packed with seafood, steaks, and salads, as well as a Sunday brunch buffet. From the starter list, shrimp-avocado rolls dive into soy-sesame pools ($10.95–$11.95), while crispy tortilla chips scoop up spinach-artichoke dip ($7.95–$8.95). Main courses include a half barbequed chicken, half Canadian baby-back rib combo ($19.95), grilled New York strip steak ($18.95–$22.95), and pan-seared Ahi tuna salad, a mix of baby greens, mangos, and avocado tossed with cilantro-ginger vinaigrette ($16.95–$19.95). While a growling lunch-hour belly keeps office burglars from stealing post-it notes, it’s actually crying out for a certified, Angus-beef burger on a toasted brioche bun ($8.95), a handmade crab-cake sandwich dressed with tartar sauce ($10.95), or a vegetarian-friendly portobello sandwich layered with baby greens, tomato, roasted peppers, mozzarella, and herb mayo ($8.95). An extensive wine and beer list lets diners order a glass of Italian pinot grigio ($7–$9) or share a bottle of California merlot ($28) alongside a sweet finisher, such as the seven-layer chocolate cake ($6.95) or refreshing fruit sorbet ($4.95).