Hurry Joey squeezes filling meals into fast-paced lives with a menu full of American favorites and breakfast delights. Thinly shaved sirloin curls about griddled onions and peppers, melding with melted mozzarella to create the house-special philly cheesesteak ($5.95). The chicken stir-fry pita ($6.25) coops fowl and veggies within a tasty, transportable pocket without ruining favorite pairs of jeans, and the pressed 8-inch cuban layers ham, salami, and roast pork beneath a blanket of swiss cheese ($5.15).
Founded, owned, and run by the Harvey family, Mitchell's is a cozy and convenient spot to grab a coffee and some family cooked fare. Morning caffeine jolts come in the form of cups of joe ($1.75 for a medium), lattes ($3.20 for a medium) and frozen mochas ($3.90). Smoothies ($4.00) are also available in banana, strawberry, raspberry, or any combination of the three encompassable by the meager scope of human imagination. Those who wish to supplement their morning coffee buzz with nourishment can take advantage of Mitchell's breakfast, served Monday through Saturday until 11 a.m. Tastebuds, dormant through the night, will be awakened to joy with the Mitchell's Favorite breakfast burrito ($4.95), a delectable mélange of scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, cheddar cheese, and chipotle hot sauce. Non-carnivores can partake in the Veggie-Tastic breakfast burrito ($4.95), replete with scrambled eggs, spinach, tomato, Parmesan cheese and basil. Lunch is offered on weekdays, serving up a tantalizing collection of soups, sandwiches, and salads. Customers who are attracted, moth-like, to the mysterious might wish to try Mitchell's Famous Chicken Gumbo ($3.99 for a cup, $4.99 for a bowl), a local favorite, made according to a secret recipe bestowed upon the owners in an ancient and esoteric ceremony, deep in the heart of Louisiana. Other lunch opportunities include Chicken or Tuna salads ($5.85) and "Create Your Own" Sandmitches ($5.99), named after the owners' son.
In the 1920s, guests of the newly opened The Terrace Hotel entered through a lush, tropical garden right off Main Street. Parts of that garden remain today, including three-tiered topiaries and a shaded walkway lined with palms. Walk inside the restored hotel and it still feels like the Twenties, as black and white ceramic tiles and period fixtures can be found throughout.
Guest rooms have elegant, four-poster beds and large windows that let in enough natural light to keep terrifying shadow puppets away during the day. Each room also contains a coffeemaker and a selection of gourmet coffees and teas. The Terrace Grille serves surf 'n turf right downstairs, underneath a decorative metallic ceiling.
Black & Brew pours traditional espresso drinks and serves up refreshing bistro fare in a warm, rustic environment. Black & Brew rests adjacent to Munn Park and offers outdoor seating for those who enjoy tasting bistro fare, such as panini sandwiches ($6.65+), and 24-ounce coffee frappes ($4.05), or simply savoring phrases such as “java chip” and “macchiato” as they roll off your tongue. While feasting, enjoy the free WiFi in an oxygen-rich outdoor setting, or stay inside to take in the splendor of a 103-year-old brick wall. Black & Brew also features live entertainment such as acoustic music and improv comedy on occasional Friday and Saturday evenings.
The chefs at Gosh! stuff its dinner menu with a geometric cornucopia that meshes Vietnamese-style grilled meats and noodle dishes with Japanese tempuras and sushi rolls. A large sushi menu spotlights signature rolls such as the Gosh! volcano roll, an eruption of fiery tuna, cream cheese, cucumber, and avocado capped with sauces and a crispy topping ($11.85). The bún lays grilled meat on a bed of rice vermicelli noodles, tucked in with vegetables and an egg roll ($8.95), in one of many Vietnamese-inspired meat and seafood entrées. Sample earth's nutritious meats with vegetable-based dishes such as the vegetable teriyaki ($10.95). Dessert dealers climb beanstalks to charm helpings of red-bean ice cream ($2.95) from the prized cows of cloud-dwelling giants. Lunchtime patrons can unpack a selection of lunchtime bento boxes, available from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on weekdays.