A set of French glass doors marks the entrance to Cross Mill Diner, though, when it comes to European culinary traditions, the diner’s cooks bypass France for Italy and Greece. The diner’s extensive eight-page menu includes housemade Greek-style spinach pies and shrimp parmesan, as well as an Eastern-influenced Thai cashew wrap with grilled chicken and ginger sesame dressing. American staples round out the menu, from char-grilled burgers topped with pork rolls to from-scratch buttermilk pancakes served as part of an all-day breakfast. Feasts unfold inside the BYOB eatery’s cozy dining area, where guests are surrounded by posters of waterwheels from around the world.
What started as a simple café is today an all-encompassing food emporium and market, all under the Juana Banana moniker. Within the crisp golden crust of the café’s classic empanadas, the chef seals in beef, potatoes, or spinach, forming just one of the traditional Colombian-inspired choices on the versatile eatery’s café menu. Whether guests stop in for lunch or to browse through Juana’s produce section, panini sandwiches make a popular treat with their fresh-baked bread and warm ham, chorizo, roasted pork, or vegetable fillings. As guests sip on Colombian coffee, they may catch notes of caramel and ripe berries, making the blend a complementary companion for the bakery’s sweet pandebonos—bread made with cheese and cassava starch. Customers may enjoy their meals at either table or lounge seating, using the free wireless Internet access to work or to pull up slideshows of palm trees to complete the tropical ambiance. Catering is also available to help customers bring Juana’s take on South American cuisine home.
The pie producers at Four Boys Pizzeria assemble specialty thin-crust pizzas upon request with homemade dough and tomato sauce that work in tandem to cushion a flurry of fresh toppings. Customizable pies encourage veggies such as spinach and eggplant to share prime crust real estate and interior-decorating advice with meats such as sausage and ham. Pre-determined topping arrangements festoon gourmet pizzas such as the Four Boys Favorite, a cheeseless amalgam of broccoli, fresh tomato, and fresh garlic. A full-service catering menu conquers hordes’ hunger with subs that measure up to 6 feet and steamy trays of pasta that feed up to 25 people.
Tommy's Coal Fired Pizza introduces the "old world" art of Pizza Making. At Tommy's we carry on this tradition by using only the finest ingredients for our Pizza. Our Pizza is baked in a coal fired oven at temperatures exceeding 1000 degrees providing an authentic crispy crust that enhances our top quality toppings.
Chevys serves up Mexican fare in Texas-size portions, with salsa and tortillas made from scratch daily. Begin by ordering a bowl of guacamole to witness a server capture, skin, and gut a live avocado right at your table before hand-mashing it into fresh guacamole. From there, let your taste buds tango across tender tamales wrapped by hand each morning, or play mad scientist and suture together an electrified monster plate from enchiladas, tacos, grilled chili rellenos, tamales, and chimichangas ($10.29 for any two, $11.99 for any three, $12.99 for any four). Seafarers, meanwhile, will want to try the grilled fish tacos—a mélange of grilled fish, chipotle aioli, lettuce, and pico de gallo, warmly embraced by the floury flaps of El Machino tortillas and topped with a sprinkling of crumbled cotija cheese ($10.99). To keep the hot peppers and piquant salsas from singing the sinuses, douse your mouth-flames periodically with drinks such as the Kraken fruit punch, black spiced rum coupled with spicy mango and orange juice ($8.75), or the Blue Agave margarita, a mixture of El Mayor Reposado tequila and blue Curacao ($6.75 regular, $11.50 grande).