If comfort food is supposed to evoke a sense of ease and familiarity, the Impossible Double Hank burger breaks rather severely with tradition. With its intimidating name and heaps of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, bacon, and cheddar, the burger forces the brave patrons of Hank’s Tavern & Eats to confront their most delicious fears. Though less overwhelming than the double-portioned hamburgers, the tavern’s shrimp po’ boys, baby back ribs, and fish burritos are made with similarly fresh ingredients and prove just as tasty. While digging into these and other hearty eats, patrons can follow local sports on 20 TV screens and guesstimate their height by lying facedown on the 50-foot bar.
Mid Atlantic Seafood's kitchen staff assembles creations from an eclectic menu of fish samplers, wings, sandwiches, breakfast items, and Chinese-inspired dishes. Patrons can choose from almost 20 types of fish, such as haddock ($9.99–$18.99) and catfish ($9.49–$18.49), and order they be baked, grilled, stuffed, or nestled between layers of bread in a sandwich.
The Carolina Kitchen is the most amazing and popular southern cuisine restaurant chain in the nation. It was created to offer its guest taste buds an amazing journey through the South. From the moment One enters, they are transported to another world; designed to stimulate the soul and indulge the senses.
In 1964, brothers Leroy and Forrest Raffel banded together to come up with a new restaurant concept. Arby's took off almost immediately on the coattails of its hallmark roast-beef sandwich and the founders? idea of providing customers with fast, quality food. Over the company's 48-year franchise history, its foundational pi?ce de r?sistance of thinly sliced, juicy beef has been served in a many permutations, and continues to be popular today, served at more than 3,500 stores in North America. Today?s menu still ignites appetites with traditional beef sandwiches, plus hot and seasoned curly fries, fresh-chopped salads, and desserts good for richly capping off meals or bribing any bridge trolls on the way home.
Bonchon's founder, Jinduk Seh, built his restaurant on the delicious foundation of Korea's most celebrated comfort food: fried chicken. The restaurant's name?Korean for "my hometown"?exudes a warm, fuzzy feeling that extends to the menu, which features chicken wings coated in crispy breading and slathered with zesty soy-garlic sauce. Douse the heat of Bonchon's famous hot sauce with local craft beers served in bottles or via a high-pressure hose.
Cowboy ribeye. New York Strip. Filet mignon. Delmonico. No matter which one you order at Stadium Steakhouse, you'll be getting certified Angus beef. The eatery exclusively serves the brand along with a menu of other contemporary American delicacies. Filet mignon and lemon chicken round out the succulent turf entries, while crab cakes, alaskan salmon and shrimp scampi represent the surf side of things.
Next door, the upscale Stadium Club—the steakhouse's sister establishment—beckons diners who want to end their evenings with dancing or chance an encounter with celebrities that may include Floyd Mayweather, the local meteorologist.