Established in 2009, Mojo’s Famous Burgers mingles classic American eats with rockabilly music and décor inspired by tattoo art at two locations. The menu harkens to '50s diner fare with hand-cut onion rings, old-fashioned milk shakes, and build-your-own burgers with two patty sizes. A selection of specialty burgers crowns premium aged beef with toppings inspired by regional flavors—Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Philly, or Hawaiian style—and the chef’s favorite natural disaster. The eatery’s wall of fame commemorates diners who chowed through a food challenge featuring quadruple cheeseburgers or loaded foot-long hot dogs.
Keva offers high quality ingredients and a sensuous selection of juicy smoothies ripe for sipping. Evoke the islands with a Keva Kolada, made with pineapple juice, luscious pineapple sherbet, coconut, banana, and non-fat frozen yogurt. The Berry Bombshell blends orange and apple juice, raspberry sherbert, yogurt, bananas, raspberries, and blueberries to create a tart, sweet smoothie sure to send raspberry stock through the roof. The Oh-la-la Oreo whips up non-fat milk and vanilla yogurt with chocolate syrup and Oreos, satisfying the most debilitating chocolate craving with a bit of added crunch. The Orange Obsession mixes orange and mango passion juice, banana, honey, and strawberries with delectable orange sherbet, creating an orchestration of orange sure to shatter the windows of your flavor facility. All smoothies are made with 100% fruit juice, real fruit, and delicious yogurts and sherbets. Prices range from $2.95 for 12 ounces to $4.95 for 32 ounces.
Only when the clock strikes midnight do the cooks at Smiley's Acoustic Cafe lay down their spatulas. Until then, they tirelessly whip up house-made dishes teeming with southern and eastern flavors. Remoulade dipping sauce complements fried catfish nuggets, while jalapeno tartar sauce lends a spicy kick to fried shrimp po'boys. Cooks also stir-fry veggies in sweet soy glazes and toss local, daily-delivered fixings into salads before topping them with a choice of seven homemade dressings. What's more, the feasts emerge from the kitchen into an exposed brick dining room that just happens to resound with free live music six nights a week.
Boasting 30 years of restaurateur experience, the gastronomic jedis at Sexy Taco construct intricately delicious, housemade edible meat envelopes filled with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Famished patrons can pop into Sexy Taco's taqueria or line up at the mobile food truck to peruse the menu for a range of handheld flavor devices. Fill empty stomach space otherwise occupied by freeloading SpaghettiOs with a steak taco ($2.50) or a roasted-chicken taco ($2.25), both covered in pico de gallo and mexican rice, a fish taco, hand breaded with Panko bread crumbs and drizzled with mango coleslaw and habanera cream sauce ($2.50), a veggie taco, crammed with marinated portobello mushrooms, mexican cheese, fire-roasted zucchini, and red peppers ($2.25), and a short-rib taco, packed with taste-bud-sizzling jalapeño coleslaw ($2.50). Exotic taco fillings and a commitment to sassy service make dining experiences so hot you won't even notice a shirtless Fabio sitting at the next table.
Flat Rock Grille at Cherrydale plates up generous servings of steakhouse fare compiled from freshly plucked ingredients. The dinner menu races out of the gate with savory appetizers and salads ($3.49+), finally arching into a sea-bound swan dive with an array of maritime options. Feel the warm, compliment-whispering breeze of the Caribbean with the mahi mahi, which is twice named, but once breaded in shredded coconut and crushed macadamia nuts ($19.99). Each of the juicy USDA Choice cuts of corn-fed steaks are aged a minimum of 28 days, including the 7-ounce center-cut sirloin ($11.95), with prime rib available Friday and Saturday nights.