McGregor's crafts a menu of American-style cuisine, and sops patrons with a lineup of brews, bubblies and cocktails. Before diving into the main course, warm up dormant taste buds with cheesy chicken quesadillas ($6.95), a fresh caesar salad ($4.95) or a basket of fries ($2.50) more crisp than a newborn Monopoly dollar. The traditional club sandwich ($6.95) arrives neatly dressed in dapper trimmings of turkey, ham, and bacon, and McGregor's wings ($3.99–$49.99) receive a light dusting of seasoned flour before being tossed into one of seven sauces, such as Cajun garlic, hot, or teriyaki. Tame the carnivore within with a juicy 8-ounce hamburger ($6.95) or win over discerning palates with the Southwestern chicken wrap ($6.95), packed with a three-punch combo of salsa, cheddar cheese and seasoned chicken breast.
Bedrock Cafe serves up a menu of mammoth-sized bar eats and cold beer in a lively sports bar environs. Guests can start game night off right with smothered fries ($7.49), heaped with cheddar cheese, smoked bacon, and creamy ranch dressing. Wings ($6.95 for 10) come in a myriad of flavors, such as mild, medium, hot, blackened, cajun garlic crystal, BBQ, pterodactyl, and more. Dig into archaeological good taste with the Bedrock Philly hot sandwich ($7.95), or nosh on a classic 8 oz. flame broiled burger ($5.95) with cole slaw, pickle, and French fries. The catfish fingers seafood platter ($6.95) lets one embrace whiskery underwater creatures without the risks of tickling your cheeks. Although catching a grueling baseball defeat over a meal might deplete morale, troops can rally with a karaoke round of “Don’t Stop Believing” on Wednesday nights, while geometry hotshots can prove their mathematical prowess on the pool table.
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Shane’s Rib Shack offers up a menu of barbecue favorites in a no-hassle, family-friendly setting. Make a Monday night feel special by stopping by for a half-rack of ribs ($12.99), served with Texas Toast and two home-style sides. Bone-phobic folk can opt for a six-piece plate of grilled or fried chicken tenders ($7.99), accompanied with fries and the customer's choice of sauce (on the side or pre-doused). The smothered chopped pork sandwich ($5.99) dons a fashionable fedora of cole slaw, making it an ideal companion for patrons flaunting equally stylish oversized bibs. Finish your feast with a large sweet iced tea ($2.09) or a rich brownie ($1.29). Shane’s Rib Shack also offers gluten-free plates, so be sure to ask a friendly team member to point out the options when you are placing your order at the counter.
Rousing up a friendly, porch-patio party vibe, Natalie's Sports Bar & Grill displays a spread of sport-showing screens while boasting a menu of laid-back eats to please any picky palate in the family. Rev up tummy engines with a carnivorous appetizer such as secret-sauce-slathered chicken wings, blended with hand-picked peppers and ground spices ($7 for 10). Choose to coat mouth-bomb clusters in one of a variety of zesty gravies, including: mild, medium, hot, super extra hot, or spicy pina colada. For the main event, dig into the half-pound bacon cheddar onion ring burger crowned in barbecue sauce and accompanied by a posse of supporting side dishes ($9), or battle The Cody, a doughy pizza with sausage, ground beef, bacon, ham, and meatballs (8", $9). If more cheese is needed, indulge in Corey's Philly cheesesteak ($9) or the grilled cheese ($5); all sandwiches come with chips, a pickle, and a choice of baked beans, potato salad, or coleslaw.
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.