The chefs at Toribio's Mexican Grill & Bar specialize in traditional Mexican entrees. But the restaurant isn't just a place for dinner; it's also a nightlife hotspot. Guests can sip on 14 flavors of margaritas before trying their voice at weekly karaoke. The staff adds to the merriment by hosting giant costume parties for major holidays. But they also keep normal weekends fun by serving up buckets of beer, shots of tequila, and snapping shut every guest's biochemistry textbook upon arrival.
Smoky aromas waft from a hickory pit at O.B.'s BBQ's bustling family eatery, combining with savory scents from the menu's farm-raised catfish and juicy brisket. Cookout captains slather full racks of ribs ($19.95) in O.B.'s special sauce, with meaty options including the original Memphis-style or baby back ribs. Lure hickory-tickled chicken breasts into troughs of sweet barbecue sauce sandwiches ($7.95) or reap the benefits of lumber aromatherapy after succulent beef brisket steeps in a sauna of woody vapors ($10.95). O.B.'s fried catfish filet glistens between crunchy slabs of texas toast ($7.95). Supplement smoldering entrees with one of O.B.'s made-from-scratch sides ($0.85–$4.50), including its signature Brunswick stew ($3.50 for 8-oz. bowl) or hearty cornbread ($0.85), and hunger-demolishing desserts ($2.59–$3.99).
Itza Taco Sports Grill combines south-of-the-border dishes with a casual atmosphere to create a welcoming spot for noshing on cultured eats and catching the big game. Take in the day's fiercest football, basketball, or spelling-bee matchup while perusing the flavor-filled menu. Rev an appetite engine with the warm and crispy chips and salsa ($2.99) before alighting on the fish tacos ($8.99), served swimming with a school of delicious fixings. Belly up to the spice-filled buffalo-chicken wrap ($6.99) or sate the hunger of a little-league tablemate with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich ($3.99), which tastes even tastier inside the room full of colorful, booming plasma-screen TVs. To complete the feast, snag a pint from the impressive beer selection that provides the ideal sauce for fry dipping should the ketchup run dry.
Itza Sports Bar and Grill's menu of American cuisine brims with numerous seafood dishes, sandwiches, steaks, and beers. Quell appetites' abandonment issues with Itza Chips, homemade potato chips sprinkled with blue-cheese crumbles ($5.50). A wide variety of fish, including salmon, mahi mahi, grouper, and catfish, make appearances on formerly empty plates, and blackened or fried tilapia burrows under flour tortillas, pico de gallo, and sour cream before metamorphosing into fish tacos ($8.99). Pack stomachs tighter than carry-on luggage with slow-roasted baby back ribs ($19.99 for a full rack, $10.99 for a half rack) or Cajun pasta, a spicy fusion of seasoned chicken breast, shrimp, sautéed red and green peppers, alfredo sauce, and Cajun rice ($13.99). While savoring one of the many beers on tap, gaze into the eyes of one of Itza's 25 high-definition TVs, gander at nature on the outdoor patio, or bask in the spectacle of various nightly events and entertainment.