As soon as guests enter Sorano's Sports Bar, they’re surrounded by 12 televisions, all tuned to premium sports channels. While fans cheer and whoop in the background, servers shuttle plates of pub-style finger foods, hamburgers, hot dogs, and Mexican fare to eager diners. Nearby, bartenders siphon drafts and crack open bottles of domestic and imported beers, and pool tables beckon guests to illustrate their favorite geometry proofs. In addition to brews and bites, the sports bar keeps spirits high by hosting free poker tournaments, karaoke nights, and DJ performances throughout the week.
At Las Chili's, you'll find beef and refried beans wrapped in tortillas, pork enchiladas served with Spanish rice, and enough guacamole to satisfy the hungriest of nachos. Specials spice up the week, with Super Burritos on Thursdays and all-you-can-eat tacos every Wednesday and Friday. Las Chili's offers burgers, hot dogs, and Texas spaghetti, too, as well as a children's menu to help the kids ease their way into the big wide world of chicken fingers and fries.
Maggie's Authentic Mexican Foods more than lives up to its name. Visitors to the restaurant peruse the colorful menu before feasting on orders of spicy queso and housemade chips and salsa. Mexican staples such as chicken mole, tamales, and enchiladas sail out of the kitchen alongside more inventive dishes, such as Steve-O's corn dip and the kids' hot-dog-in-a-tortilla. Like handing out $20 bills to kids who sit quietly, getting Maggie's quarts of rice and beans make family dinners a simple prospect.
Bombay Palace lays out a flavorful bounty of Northern Indian cuisine made with fresh and healthy ingredients. The menu reflects the diverse culinary stylings of the Indian subcontinent, from the succulent chicken tandoori ($9.99 half/$14.99 full) washed down with a brazen glass of mango lassi ($2.99) to the seductive siren song of the goa shrimp curry ($13.99) guiding lost palates toward a pool of coconut sauce. In addition to meaty temptations, Bombay Palace serves up a number of vegetarian dishes, such as creamy saag paneer ($10.99), chopped spinach with cheese, or tangy aloo gobi ($9.99), fresh cauliflower and potatoes marinated in an onion-infused, tomato-based sauce. Since each enticing dish is made ready-to-order from fresh, MSG-free ingredients, diners can rest assured that their marinated lamb shaslick ($12.99) and herby Mulligatawny soup ($2.99) will leave them satiated and satisfied and not frozen in a block of monosodium carbonite.
Corn tortillas filled with meat, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese rest peacefully on a plate, unsuspecting of the fate that awaits them, when suddenly they find themselves in the hot embrace of a deep-fryer. What emerges is not merely a taco, but Lucia’s Famous Taco, a crunchy confection and, like many of Lucia’s dishes, a twist on a classic Mexican dish.
Since 1995, the chefs at Palomino’s Restaurant have furnished empty stomach space with a menu of Tex-Mex favorites frequently featuring specials and happy hours. Cheesy enchiladas and chiles rellenos conquer brawny appetites every day of the week, while Sundays add extra ammo to the conquest with an all-you-can-eat Mexican buffet that can spark all-you-can-throw food fights. While relaxing on an outdoor patio, guests guzzle frosty Mexican beers and icy margaritas from the bar, and dig into crispy tacos and homemade tamales.