At Gattitown, a vast buffet quells the hungers caused by romping through up to 10,000 square feet of violence-free arcade games, bumper cars, and mini bowling. Before meals, kids scurry between more than 150 exciting games, including virtual-reality racing and tax-filing simulations. In the bumper-car arena, wee ones determine driving dominance by crashing and cruising around a spacious floor. Players then hone their underhand tosses with mini bowling and skee-ball, shooting for tickets to spend on doodads, gadgets, and teddy-bear ransoms inside the Gatti goods store.
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.
Sean Thongsiri learned to cook alongside his mother and grandmother in Vientiane, Laos, but it was a lot of trial and error. Getting the best food for his dishes was easy, though. He frequented the town's market, where he culled relationships with local farmers and fisherman to ensure the best possible product. This is a practice he still clings to as head chef of Ele Fine Fusion restaurant, where his modern fusion style is alive in the food, as well as the decor. There, in the glow of handsome blond sconces and colorful landscape prints, guests sit on banquettes and enjoy sushi rolls, crispy duck, and steaming curry dishes, many fashioned with fresh organic vegetables.
Main Squeeze’s menu enlivens patrons with its expansive smoothie selections, freshly squeezed juices, and healthy café fare stocked with organic and locally grown produce. Tackle morning cravings with a Sunrise smoothie ($3.95–$4.95), which fuses together a medley of sweet treats including banana and honey, or deliver the midday energy boost needed to finish work or beat local ducks in a waddle race with a Boogaloo berry smoothie ($3.95–$4.95), filled with blended strawberries and blueberries. Juices showcase freshly squeezed flavors from locally harvested crops, such as the wheatgrass shot ($2.25–$3.75) and Magenta juice ($4.25–$5.25), a mixture of beets, carrot juice, and celery. Diners can also satisfy mouth pearls by chomping down on a fish taco ($3.95) or personalize leafy amalgamations with the create-your-own-salad option($6.99), which lets patrons choose from a variety of veggies, cheeses, and names such as "My Salad" or "Steve."
The pizza chefs at Johnny Brusco’s pack a menu full of saucy dough disks, which can be customized with a lineup of fresh veggies and meats. Warm up appetites with an order of garlic knots, which come tinged with a crisp golden brown color and carefully tied by an accomplished Eagle Scout. The restaurant's skilled pie personnel sling large New York–style pizzas in a full regulation size of 16 inches. Add personality to your pizza without the hassle of assigning it a Social Security number by decking the crust out in any of 15 regular toppings, which include minced garlic, pineapple, or zesty italian sausage.