Pizza Bar is home to sumptuous, specialty slices and creative cocktails served in a modern, eclectic atmosphere. Satisfy cravings for sliced comestibles with Pizza Bar's expansive menu of pizzas available by the slice ($2.25–$4.75) or by the pie ($12.50–$22). Vegetarians can sink their meat-free munchers into the herbivore pizza—a mélange of tomato sauce, white onion, green pepper, mushrooms, olives, and garlic—while omnivores flaunt their Tex-Mex side with the southwestern pie, loaded with sauce, grilled chicken, roma tomatoes, jalapeños, and onion. The fusion lounge also serves a variety of specialty cocktails for parched palates, including the platinum margaritas ($11) and electric blue lemonades ($9) made with Ketel One, blue curacao, lemonade, pineapple, and Smurf tears.
TurkeezRus transforms its turkeys into deep-fried, 12–14 pound feasts, and each part of the bird can be customized with your choice of eight flavorful upgrades including peach bourbon and savory garlic. Since every fowl features two legs, two thighs, two breasts, and two wings, customers can pick and choose a total of 64 different poultry permutations for their next Christmas feast, New Year's party, or Arbor Day goat sacrifice. Stash a shot of Georgia peaches and genuine bourbon in the leg, just like Uncle Walt does with his wooden one, or fill both flappers with gourmet lemon-pepper marinade and stuff the other parts with butter curry. If turkeys bring back painful memories of an extremely jowly ex, use your Groupon instead on a honey praline ham ($37 with tax) or a Cajun deep-fried chicken ($17.50 with tax).
Mr. D's sauce-wielding chefs seal juicy flavor into slow roasted meats with delicious hickory smoke and tangy barbecue flavors to create a massive smokehouse menu. Drizzled barbecue clings like an entourage of flavor to the smoldering meat of the St. Louis style ribs ($12.99 half slab), seared in the heat of hickory flames and public adoration. The pulled beef brisket ($8.79 half pound) overtakes plates with mountainous piles and saucy altitudes, scaled by the brave, buttery crunch of the fried corn on the cob ($3.95). In an act of nutritious comeuppance, sweet teeth sink into the sugary candied yams ($3.95), finally fooled into eating a vegetable. Tikes and toddlers can order fist-sized portions off the children's menu, while entire clans share the spoils found in family meals.
Candy Cake Company concocts cake truffles, miniature cake-based confections for sweet-seeking spirits. The signature selection, a bitty ball of cake coated in frosting and chocolate, further enhances itself by arriving in lollipop form for easy eating by butterfingered barbers and noshing neatniks. Candy Cake Company's cast of seven flavors, featuring chocolate mint, red velvet, double chocolate, and coconut, satisfies the cravings of even the most indecisive Hydra heads.
At Soo Soo Tasty Sweet Boutique, cake balls, cupcakes, and full-size cakes attract customers day and night with their intoxicating flavors. You can tempt your taste buds with any of 25 flavors including Caribbean coconut, caramel mocha, and lemon pound cake. Seven different frostings?such as caramel, butter creme, and rolled fondant?infuse snacks with extra sweetness. For special events, the boutique can prepare elegant cake ball trees worthy of weddings or playful leopard-print cakes for your cat?s birthday party. Customers over age 21 can also pick up a platter of liquor-infused cake balls filled with Bacardi, McCormick, and Smirnoff flavors.