Court Street Café entices diners with an extensive dinner menu composed of hearty, homemade dishes made with fresh ingredients. Guests can prime palates with starters such as smothered cheese fries topped with shredded cheese, bacon bits, and homemade gravy ($6.99) or crawfish kickers—fried balls of crawfish and stuffing accompanied by a spicy dipping sauce ($7.99) that rouses taste buds and teaches them a thrilling flamenco routine. The family-oriented restaurant's flavorful main dishes include the philly cheesesteak sandwich ($7.99) served with bell peppers and provolone cheese on a poboy loaf. Diners craving classic New Orleans flavors can sink their teeth into jumbo portions of barbecue shrimp ($14.99) or hand-battered fried catfish ($10.99), which arrives playfully batting a colorful ball of yarn.
Courtside Diner invites guests to taste something "down home countrified," with their chefs whipping up every dish on the homestyle menu from scratch. After nabbing a seat at the counter, rising grill steam prophesies morning offerings of three-egg omelets and soft blueberry pancakes. During lunch and dinner, flames kiss juicy burgers, and a stone oven bakes New York style pizzas to a bubbly finish. As guests dress greens at the fresh salad bar, they can peruse the diner's collection of wall placards, which are emblazoned with motivational phrases such as Simplicity, Faith, Family, and Exit This Way.
Serving up hearty diner eats with modern Southern flare, Canopy Road Café constructs the simple, made-to-order chow on its breakfast and lunch menus with fresh ingredients. Wrap your mouth around sweet potato pancakes (two for $4.99) wearing a cinnamon honey butter top hat, or set sights on lunch with the Cabo B.L.T. ($6.99), a traditional taste attending an avocado-tinged surprise party. The friendly waitstaff connects food to chompers in a timely manner, while also keeping coffee cups full and mediating tableside discussions on bacon's mystic healing powers.
Charron's Deli's green awning and brick exterior gives way to a tidy shop, interspersed with tables, wicker picnic baskets, and a glass display case stocked with filler-free Boar's Head meat and cheese. Master slicers carve hand-trimmed hams ($9.99/lb.) to pair with cheddar, provolone, and pepper jack cheese ($7.99/lb.) or pastrami and corned beef ($10.99/lb.), and other requested cuts are shaved to fill house-made sandwiches or meat scrapbooks. Diners perusing the deli menu can customize subs and sandwiches by mixing and matching the meat and cheese or settle on options such as the club sub with bacon ($4.79 for a 6”; $7.09 for a 12”), the grilled roast beef and cheddar ($5.99), or a hot dog dressed with chili and loaded with toppings ($1.59–$2.29). Sandwiches are served atop a roll or white, wheat, or rye bread, which servers can grill panini-style to warm diners chilled from clearing snowy driveways with their tongues ($1 extra).
CiCi’s Pizza combines the variety of a buffet with the thrill of bottomless pizza. Each pie is crafted with dough made from scratch daily and then slathered with homemade marinara and showered with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni and Italian-style sausage to creative combinations including buffalo chicken and mac 'n' cheese. The buffet is stocked with a plethora of fresh pastas, as well as signature salads with the option to put tossing talents to the test at the salad bar. After they've feasted on savory options, diners can revisit the buffet for dessert including freshly baked brownies, slices of apple pizza, and cinnamon rolls drizzled with icing—or they can eat dessert first, thereby tearing an irreparable hole in the space-time continuum.