At CiCi’s Pizza, feasters can sample hearty slices of pizza and a wide selection of buffet fare ($4.99 per person over 10 years of age), filling bellies like a pouch-stuffing kangaroo preparing to weather the harsh Australian winter. Offering endless helpings of fresh salads, tantalizing pastas, tasty desserts, and oven-fresh pizzas, CiCi’s tames the most voracious hunger attacks via all-you-can-eat tactics. Pizza dough is made fresh daily and doused in a savory sauce crafted from vine-ripened tomatoes and prescience-instilling spices, while salads are hand-tossed with the freshest ingredients delivered hourly via teleportation.
Tully's is the realized brain baby of executive chef Tully Wilson, a graduate of the prestigious Culinary Institute of America. This villa of victuals features classic American favorites presented in a French-influenced, aesthetically pleasing manner. Menu options vary, though sample dinner items include two pounds of fresh Prince Edward Island mussels ($10) served in a white-wine-butter sauce, and pecan-pear salad ($12), a sprightly summer salad that evokes thoughts of William Blake's romantic salad-inspired poetry. Savorlicious steaks gratify meat-believers, like the eight-ounce filet mignon ($19) and the 16-ounce cowboy steak ($30), a bone-in rib eye that can be shared with your significant other or an insignificant identical twin. Climb a mountain of chocolate with Tully's six-layer chocolate cake ($8), slipping and sliding on the delectable raspberry sauce along the way.
Ensconced in wooden accents and dotted with Japanese artwork, Sakura Japanese Restaurantserves up handcrafted morsels in a cozily festive atmosphere. Diners can perch at sleek wooden tables or along the curved bar, stealing glimpses of chefs painstakingly rolling sushi or slicing meats and veggies with precision. A cascading stone garden brimming with verdant plants lounges in the corner, and a TV sits high in the ornate shelf behind the bar, entertaining guests with the delightful sight of colorful pixels arranging themselves in the exact pattern of tomorrow’s weather.
Pandora’s Wings crafts a menu of wings and burgers, prepared with fresh ingredients, into sweet and spicy dishes that stir up dormant taste buds. Hungry patrons can flex their fingers on a plate of jumbo chicken wings served in groups of six ($4.49), 10 ($6.99), or 20 ($12.99) pieces, with even larger orders to fully coat family faces in saucy smiles. For adventurous appetites, heat seekers can order their wings blanketed in 1 of 12 flavors including honey barbecue, mango jerk, buffalo, and nuclear.
Bellacino's squad of culinary muses crafts casual Italian fare in its bustling kitchen. Ogle a menu of more than 20 grinders stuffed with meats and cheeses and flaunting billows of fresh-baked bread. The classic meatball creation ($4.19–$10.79) lobs mozzarella, pasta sauce, and green peppers down throats to quench hunger hovering at the edge of empty bellies. Roaring appetites may entertain up to 18 inches of grinder at once or applaud 16-inch pizzas ($11.99–$17.99) adorned with 18 toppings ($0.80–$1.55 each) and endless laugh tracks. Lighten up with selections from Bellacino's light menu or ride the waves of fresh-cooked pasta ($6.99–$8.49) on a surfboard of garlic toast.
Inside a cheerful restaurant decorated with yellow walls and streamers, culinary wunderkinds dish up traditional Mexican–style enchiladas, burritos, and fajitas. Green sauce, sour cream, and salsa drizzles over three types of enchiladas, and eight different burritos encase protein-packed mouthfuls of chicken, grilled steak, pork tips, and beans. Traditional desserts such as churros and fried ice cream celebrate the marriage of crispiness and sweetness, much like a deep-fried love letter. Barkeeps also pour imported beers, blend monster margaritas, and expound on the virtues, vices, and variances of more than a dozen tequilas stashed in their well-equipped watering hole.