Habits Tobacco, Internet, & Coffee Shop bills itself as an oasis from the world, where customers can simply kick back and indulge—and there’s plenty to indulge in here. Those who are of age can relax and suck down a hookah packed with fragrant, fruity tobacco flavors such as passion fruit, mango, and grape or light up a stogie and savor a hot cup of coffee. Roughly 10 breakfast cereals make up the cereal bar, and desserts such as cakes, cookies, and muffins round out the snack menu. Habits also offers free WiFi service for those who wish to plug in, get some work done, or just kill time surfing the web.
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The chefs at El Potrillo prepare authentic Mexican dishes using quality ingredients such as USDA-certified Angus beef, crisp vegetables, and housemade sauces. House specialties brimming with sweet scallops and pork carnitas arrive on sizzling molcajetes—traditional Mexican cooking tools made of volcanic rock. Healthy dishes include spinach enchiladas topped with green tomatillo sauce and chicken fajitas, all part of the massive nine-page menu that also features classic margaritas, wine, and imported and domestic beers.
Traditions Fine Wine & Spirits lines its storefront’s rustic wood shelves with delicious vintage and trendy liquors. Throughout the 3,200 sq. ft. store, bottles from a variety of distributors wait to be paired with entrees with the help of a knowledgeable staff.
Last Call's menu fills nutritionally bankrupt stomachs with moral morsels of flavorful amidst electrifying weekly events such as live music, dart leagues, and karaoke. Ravenous bird watchers can snag a mouthful of in-bone or boneless wings flapping around the restaurant, baptizing them in a culinary cauldron of zesty sauces such as lemon pepper, sweet red chili, and southwest chipotle. The jalapeño burger, topped with jalapeño bacon, diced jalapeños, and cheddar cheese, and served with a choice of side ($7.99), melts oral ice ages. And the shrimp po' boy, breaded butterflied shrimp dressed with lettuce, tomato, mayo, and cocktail sauce ($7.99), acts as a father figure to the orphan sea monkeys swimming aimlessly around your stomach.
Wadfords isn’t exactly a bar and grill—it bills itself as a “grill and bar,” and the variation on a familiar formula indicates the neighborhood hangout’s attention to the food as well as the drinks. A team of three chefs oversee the grill, using it to produce juicy burgers, Caribbean chicken, French-cut pork chops, and steak filets, which they refuse to cook well-done. Along with pouring from a diverse wine list, mixologists blend a candy store’s worth of sweet flavors into 17 specialty martinis, including flavors based on Almond Joy bars, Reese’s peanut butter cups, and a mystery blend promising “Jagermeister . . . and other surprises.”
High ceilings and exposed ductwork give Wadfords a bit of industrial chic, but below them is a space designed for community, with long, central rows of tables that make it easy to get the inside scoop on a neighbor’s plate of crab cakes or make sure the bartender didn’t give someone else a bigger wedge of lime. Sports games on TVs behind the bar and, on Wednesday–Saturday, live music curated from around the region provide further avenues for socialization.