Patagonia Bar & Grill serves up a spread of international fare from multiple continents, from flaky fillets of African grouper to Argentine churrasco, creamy shrimp alfredo, and tangy Shanghai calamari. Brightly hued contemporary decor frames these cosmopolitan feasts with sunny yellows and oranges, and a full-service bar slings drinks as the wine list pairs dishes with fruity libations from vineyards in California, Argentina, Italy, and France. A brick-walled patio hosts occasional musical performances and live-action reenactments of famous Tetris games.
An actual tour of Germany would delight all five senses, with attractions like the Brandenburg Gate's architecture and Oktoberfest's polka music. At Otto's Brauhaus, the Tour of Germany focuses primarily on the sense of taste by filling an omelet with cuts of knockwurst and Hungarian bratwurst. Otto's culinary team specializes in crafting hearty meals with German flavors just as they have since first opening in the 1930s. Today, its massive menu encompasses everything from Hungarian goulash over spätzle to schnitzel with a sunny-side up egg.
Cooks whip up plenty American favorites, too, including New York strips spiked with Jack Daniels and burgers smothered in chipotle ketchup. Bartenders pair each dish with pours from an extensive wine and beer selection that also draws equally from the U.S. and Deutschland. Besides the food and drinks, guests can take in Otto's lineup of live entertainment, which ranges from blues musicians to full brass bands as opposed to groups that play instruments hastily shaped from tinfoil.
Bernie's Bar and Grill answers the greatest question in life—"What's for dinner?"—with a truckload of pub food. Its kitchen cooks up something for everyone—barbecue burgers, Reubens, chicken burritos, falafel, torpedo shrimp, pizza, and steak. Though beer is in great supply here, Bernie's is equal parts family restaurant and sports pub. At each location, the cozy booths and tables where parents and kids share potato skins and sundaes are joined by a wood bar, where TVs broadcast sports, athletic jerseys huddle in corners, and pennants hang overhead.
A former industrial chemist, Italian native Franco Federico brings the same attention to detail to his efforts to synthesize classic Italian flavors at Primo Bacio Ristorante Italiano & Bar. The owner's culinary team, led by the same chef for more than 10 years, painstakingly prepares each dish using fresh seafood and quality cuts of veal and steak.
Dishes such as chicken saltimbocca and veal marsala make their way out to tables in the main dining room, the banquet facilities, or the outdoor patio surrounded by a stone wall. Guests can also stick around for weekly entertainment, including weekend party nights, Thursday karaoke nights, and Tuesday nap times.
Open 365 days a year, Jerzee's Sports Bar & Pizzaria serves up 18 different draft brews, gourmet pies, and game-day action on nine flat-screen TVs. The kitchen also cranks out burgers, hoagies, and pastas for those craving more than a slice, as well as classic bar appetizers for daintier appetites or ravenous Lilliputians. Weeknight specials include Texas Hold ?em on Tuesdays and trivia on Wednesdays, both with prize incentives, while a DJ keeps things hopping after 9 p.m. on Fridays.