It’s difficult to describe a typical trip to 3 Sheets Pub; on any given night, visitors might find themselves locked in a game of darts, dancing to a DJ’s selections, or just hanging out with a guy in a cheese hat. Pitchers of domestic and craft beer flow freely, along with hearty sandwiches and finger foods. Flat-screen televisions encircle the room where the bar quenches thirst, and a red, neon haze filters through various liquor bottles. 3 Sheets Pub also looks after its patrons by offering a free shuttle service that spirits guests home on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Mary Lee's encouraging pop-and-lock experts instill the passion of rhythm and dance in students ages 5 to adult through weekly hip-hop classes. Each 45-minute lesson begins with warm-up exercises that stretch out limbs to prevent participants from pulling muscles. Dancing protégés then take to the floor and glean tips on performing modern hip-hop maneuvers such as the glide, the harlem shake, and the properly grounded electric slide. Students must come appropriately dressed in clean sneakers—no street shoes—and comfortable dance clothes devoid of zippers and buckles. Class times vary depending on the dancer's age, so check Mary Lee's class schedule to find the most convenient class.
Oscars Pub & Grill is a locally owned business. We offer "BETTER THAN BAR FOOD". We offer everything from Hand Made Never Frozen Burgers, Fish Tacos, Grouper, Ahi Tuna, Pizza, Wraps,Wings & Salads. We make our own soups, bread our own fish and even cut & bread our chicken strips.
Whiskey’s Roadhouse electrifies eating with savory bites and nightly hard-rock rhythms. The menu serves stomachs plenty of soul food, such as all-you-can-eat biscuits and gravy ($3.99), the Hillbilly Rubin sandwich ($6.99), beer-battered mushrooms ($4.49), and country-fried streak with eggs, toast, and hash browns ($5.99).
Perry Rock Pub's menu tweaks classic dishes and subdues hunger pangs late into the night with hearty sandwiches, meat platters, and specialty pizzas. The ahi poke appetizer swept both the People’s Choice and Judges’ Choice categories at The Signature Event Dishes & Cocktails awards, uniting everyday tasters and arbiters of taste in praise of its combination of fresh fish, fried wontons, and garlic chips ($10.99). Cast out of its native country for public intoxication, the Drunk Cuban jovially piles plates with spiced-rum pulled pork ($8.99), and caramelized onion aioli adds extra gooey goodness to a shaved rib-eye cheesesteak sandwich ($10.99). Savory ingredients perform a synchronized dance atop specialty pizzas such as pesto chicken ($8.99).
Packed with pub-style amusements and plasma screens, Sports Page Bar and Grill headlines a menu of delectable pub fare and cold drafts to savor within its neighborhood-bar atmosphere. Fourteen-inch pizzas run circles around hunger ($5–$7), and Wisconsin deep-fried cheese curds sate appetites by the basketful ($7.49). The Sportspage Deluxe's double patties with bacon and cheese join with fries and a 16-ounce domestic draft in a value meal or a search expedition for the missing ketchup bottle ($7.99). Sports Page's wing-slingers toss house-prepared chicken in a selection of glazes, including fire sauce, caribbean-jerk sauce, and garlic-butter-parmesan sauce ($0.50/wing).