Serving fresh and speedy pies across America for more than 50 years, Little Caesars now sates appetites worldwide. Select from 12 toppings to design a sumptuous, made-to-order 14-inch original crust ($5.99 with one topping; $1.30 for each additional topping), or plumb the savory strata of a large cheese deep-dish ($7). Little Caesars' large Hot-N-Ready pizzas ($5) are available to drop-in patrons posthaste, eliminating stress caused by unexpected and hungry houseguests. And, after tasting italian cheese bread ($3.99) and Caesar wings with barbecue or buffalo sauce ($4.99), tone-deaf taste buds find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics.
SmoothieZone mixes a fruity, frosty menu of smoothies using fresh juices, frozen yogurt, and powerful shots of vitamins and nutrients. Fruit smoothies such as the blueberry-banana cooler ($3.65–$5.85) inundate sippers with 18 grams of whey protein, and fresh-squeezed juices such as the organic carrot juice ($2.95–$4.95) spare teeth days of tedious crunching. A kids’ menu sneaks protein into diminutive bellies with treats such as the Chunky Monkey, a protein smoothie with peanut butter, milk, chocolate, and bananas ($4.35). Shots of vitamins and nutrients such as B-12 ($0.99) and muscle building creatine and glutamine ($1.49 each) bolster beverages and imbue drinkers with the energy open the doors at a grocery store without touching them. Patrons can also enjoy waffle cones or cups filled with vanilla, chocolate, or swirled fat-free frozen yogurt ($2.95–$3.95).
In a red barn that conjures up Americana with western décor, the cooks at Parker Brothers Traildust Steakhouse sizzle the signature steaks and classic dinner fare that comprise the restaurant's menu. Start with an appetizer, such as the Ultimate Platter, an amalgam of onion sticks, cheese sticks, jalapeño strips, cheese-stuffed jalapeño peppers, mushrooms, and zucchini. After properly stretching stomach muscles, dive into steaks that are grilled over mesquite wood to capture an authentically smoky, southwest-style taste. The Hoss, a 12 oz. center-cut sirloin ($14.99), and the T-bone Cowboy ($19.99), saturate the mouth with tenderness and mesquite flavor. Less-steaky dinner options include seafood, chicken, and many delectable desserts, such as New York–style cheesecake, berry cobbler, and pecan pie. Then stir about in a rhythmic pattern on the large dance floor.