Following Baja Fresh’s ethos set in 1990 as a healthy take on fast food, never-frozen meats sizzle atop the grill before they're tucked into made-to-order tacos and burritos. Grilled corn and flour tortillas embrace fish, carnitas, chicken, and steak, and smoky queso fundido sidles onto nachos and into burritos. Between bites, chips scoop up salsa made from farm-fresh produce rather than poured out of a can or fabricated in a space-age replicator. A complimentary salsa bar ensures no mouthful goes unspiced, and guests can scoop up their favorites as they await their dine-in, takeout, or catering orders.
Each morning, the chefs at North Forty Saloon and BBQ slow smoke chicken, pork, and brisket until they're tender and full of rich hickory flavor. These barbecue staples are served along with thick burgers and steaks hot off the grill. Family-style platters are piled high with enough ribs, pulled pork, and chicken to feed groups of up to six, or one and a half Paul Bunyans. Come evening, the saloon livens up as country bands occasionally jam and bartenders pour cold brews and cocktails.
Classic and contemporary Italian dishes fill the menu at Pizza Company. Diners can opt for thin New York-style, original crusts, or double-crust styles of hawaiian, margherita, veggie, and other pizzas. Pizza Company also assembles its own specialty pizzas, like its chicken-marsala pie and I Love Meats pizza, topped with meatballs, pepperoni, sausage, ham, and salami. Italian subs, salads, eggplant parmesan, and baked ziti round out the menu, along with homemade tiramisu for dessert.
New Day Cafe treats its patrons to good old-fashioned American diner food. Kick off your day with made-to-order omelets, short-stack pancakes, or a hearty two-egg breakfast to prepare for another round of meetings about adding more meetings to the day. For lunch, there's bacon cheeseburgers, tuna melts, and homemade chicken tortilla soup.
Xtreme Sushi rolls Japanese cuisine into tightly wrapped dishes bursting with flavor at the seams of their sticky-rice prisons. Pull a chair up to the sushi bar to gawk at experienced chefs as they skillfully prepare lush sushi rolls such as Yoshi's dynamite roll ($14.95), the tiger roll ($10.95), and the grilled salmon and cali roll ($16.95). The comfy booths and modern décor of the more-private dining room tables allow families and friends to relish in Japanese fare with palatable plates such as the tender, 16-ounce signature prime rib-eye steak on the bone ($26.90) and the succulent, juicy Kobe burger ($9.95). The restaurant also contains a fully stocked bar where customers can sip on a premium sake or one of Xtreme's specialty drinks while the HD widescreen televisions play a relevant professional sporting match, such as basketball or competitive grandmothering.
Rosemary's infuses French-inspired new-American cuisine with a cornucopia of flavors from Creole, Southern, and Midwestern culinary traditions. Stick your tongue's toe into a steaming-hot bowl of sweet- corn soup ($8) before diving face-first into a principle plate of seared sea scallops with parsnip-potato purée ($36) or a grilled pork chop with Hoppin' John ($34). Patrons seeking surprise can order the ever-changing three-course prix-fixe menu ($55), for which chefs Michael and Wendy Jordan whip up whatever their entwined hearts desire that day. A seasonally focused Friday lunch menu changes weekly, ensuring that luncheoners' tongues never wear white after Labor Day, and a list of small plates—featuring such delectable comestibles as prosciutto-wrapped jumbo asparagus and chocolate cream pies—provides a tasty sponge to soak up the lounge's alcoholic offerings.