Celebrating more than half a century in business, Tom's Drive-In sates speedy appetites with a multifarious menu of quality eats and prompt, courteous service. Swing by for the signature Tominator combo and have the flame-broiled quarter-pound burger patty with a slew of toppings saunter into the stomach alongside french fries and a regular soda ($4.59). Feed a whole household or a gaggle of orphaned condor hatchlings with a family pack, which includes six Works cheeseburgers topped with a choice of four unique sauces and paired with a box of fries ($9.19). While relaxing in a sleek, space-pod¬–styled booth and soaking in the retro décor, treat taste buds to an arctic blast of ice cream and chewy sweets ($2.50+) before driving off into the dim sunset or groping forward into a beaming eclipse.
Mi Casa dishes up an authentic menu of Oaxacan and Veracruzian delicacies. Stretch out the stomach that’s on deck with a sip of strawberry or mango margarita ($4.25) as you dunk tortilla chips into an abyss of freshly made salsa. For a heartier helping, sink flavor-seeking fangs into the fish tacos, three soft tacos hugging grilled whitefish, lettuce, and pico de gallo on a bed of rice ($8.99), or try the enchiladas supremas stuffed with beef, chicken, cheese, and beans before being smothered in enchilada sauce and sour cream ($7.99). Reuniting land and sea, the mar y tierra entree showcases a sizzling skirt steak cloaked in shrimp and blanketed in butter and mushrooms, served alongside all the accoutrements ($9.99). Sit at a private booth and get an authentic tan from the eatery’s sunny yellow walls, or settle in at the Cubist style bar and trade solemn stories of gambling away the ownership to your guacamole gold mine.
Chefs at Mr. Taco stuff steak, seasoned pork, chicken, and beef tongue inside flour tortillas to make burritos, quesadillas, and, of course, tacos. But they really get to display their artistry when an order of sopes is placed, topping a small circular canvas with savory meats, sour cream, and cheese, the same way Monet painted his water lilies during his little-known salsa phase. Margaritas, beer, and fruit water help to wash down other fare such as stuffed peppers, grilled chicken, and enchiladas.
Comedy Quarter serves heaping helpings of jokes alongside a hardy range of traditional American fare, a hint of Mexican eats, and a vast selection of drinks. Nabbing nationally recognized headliners alongside local up-and-coming talent on an average of five nights a week, this one-stop laugh shop could host an entire night out for friends or pet orangutans disguised as friends. The wide-ranging menu includes a variety of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, and all-you-can-eat cod, which won a spot on the menu upon the colossal failure of all-you-can-eat individually wrapped rice. Be sure to loosen up atrophied giggle muscles at the full bar with beer and wine lists, which feature more than 30 specialty drinks and 12 martini flavors. Before deciding on a show to attend, check out the upcoming schedule and additional show information.
Papa John's has carefully crafted a menu of specialty pizzas to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Order a Hawaiian BBQ Chicken, or go all-out and get The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy Italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portabella mushrooms, and ripe black olives. Satisfy herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a Tuscan Six-Cheese or Garden Fresh pie. The full list of specialty pizzas includes several more; take the hassle out of haggling over individual ingredients and boldly cast your straight-ticket ballot for the pizza party that your conscious dictates.
The sandwich smiths at Uncle Ned's Deli build handheld meals of piled-high cold cuts and tasty fixings layered between freshly baked bread or rolled into a tasty wrap. The hefty between-bread eats on Uncle Ned’s menu double as paperweights, pinning down land deeds and Vitruvian men with ingredient-packed selections such as Blackbeard's bicorn, a maritime mélange of tuna salad, provolone, lettuce and tomato ($5.25), or the rustic roast-beef Stetson, a sizable package of deli meat, cheese, mayo, onion, and pickle ($6.45). All sandwiches arrive on oven-fresh slabs of french bread, wheat sub rolls, swirled rye, or sourdough, while meals such as the chicken cordon bleu ($5.95) greet mouths inside an edible gift wrapping of flatbread. Uncle Ned's Deli serves meat-free treats such as the egg-salad sandwich, stuffed with provolone, tomato, and lettuce ($3.85), or the cheesy Panama, a mixture of cheddar, pepper jack, and red roasted pepper bound with a tangy mortar of whole-grain mustard ($3.85), which patrons can wash down with sips from their soda followed by a potato-chip palate cleanser.