A nine-hole course ideal for a leisurely midday game or early morning jaunt, Tee Time Golf Course unfolds across level terrain unencumbered by an overabundance of sand bunkers and water hazards. Hurtling orbs sail into the sky at an onsite driving range, where players can hone swings in anticipation of holes four, five, and nine, numbers which not only signify Tee Time’s toughest obstacles, but also the toughest questions on the drivers-ed exam for a golf cart.
From floor to ceiling, Boudreux Burger Barn is simple. Housed inside a wooden barn with large wraparound porch, the burger joint emanates a homey, rustic feel both outside and in, where wood paneling and floors continue. Its menu follows suit in terms of simplicity. It's a mere eight items: single or double cheeseburgers, chicken strips in a combo or sandwich, chicken-fried steak, corn dogs, grilled ham and cheese, and onion rings. But the basic space and menu give cooks time to work on what's really important: grilling perfect burgers.
The kitchen at KC's Too Bar and Grill never closes, meaning guests can stop in any time for a helping of familiar pub food such as burgers and pizza. But the menu also spices things up a bit with tacos, chicken-fried steak, and one particularly indulgent dish—two deep-fried, bacon-wrapped hot dogs. These savory eats pair with freshly poured pints and mixed drinks from the bar, which guests can sip as they catch a sporting event on the overhead TVs or shoot a round of pool. KC's also welcomes musicians into its no-frills atmosphere on live music nights.
D'Mario's Pizza celebrates some of America's favorite round objects: namely, pizzas and bowling balls. The kitchen staff cooks up quality pies, buttery cheesesticks, and toasty sub sandwiches. All of these eats fuel nonstop bowling action on eight polished lanes, where balls hurtle toward doomed pins just as slices of pizza charge into gnashing teeth.