Surprise Hookah Lounge’s menu of more than 50 shisha flavors ignites olfactory senses with the tastes of sweet fruits and savory chocolate. Designed with relaxation in mind, the lounge lets visitors kick back under plumes of hookah smoke or try their hands at games of pool. Music, movies, and belly dancing serve as weekly entertainment. During karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays, singers belt out their favorite tunes or hum along to the constant buzzing sounds in their ears.
Located inside the Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium, Tiburón serves deep-sea treats with courtside views to a 60,000-gallon shark tank. Tiburón's menu features succulent seafood creations made with sustainably harvested fish. The New Orleans shrimp ($12.95) comes sautéed in Cajun spices in a beer-butter sauce, while the firecracker calamari ($9.50) sizzles in a spicy tomato coulis and roasted-poblano aioli. The East Coast is well represented with rich, creamy lobster bisque simmered with jumbo crab meat ($6 cup, $8.50 bowl). The entree choices are equally aqueous and ambrosial—a grilled Arizona pecan-crusted trout ($20) is served with wild-rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables in a lemon-butter sauce, while the shrimp tortellini ($22) comes with fresh asparagus and a choice of alfredo or marinara sauce. Diners who suffer from acute cases of crustacean commiseration can opt for land-based dishes such as the chef's famous roasted-duck tacos ($12.95) or a steak option ($28–$29) with a choice of sides. Each menu selection is paired with a wine or beverage recommendation.
McFadden's Restaurant & Saloon, which now has locations from coast to coast, first opened its doors just a few blocks from Times Square in New York City in 1977. The founder, Steve McFadden, drew upon his Irish heritage when creating the menu and even incorporated his family's own shepherd’s pie recipe. Diners will also find international pub grub such as burgers, sandwiches, and hand-cut top sirloin to accompany the bar’s full selection of beers and cocktails. The atmosphere gets lively after dark here, as groups cheer on their favorite sports teams, shimmy to DJ-spun music, and perform round-off back-handsprings.
Avalon appetizes eyes and tempts taste buds with a rich collection of confectionary canvases showcasing seafood sculptures, meaty steak-based masterpieces, and palate-enhancing sides. The scrumptiously streamlined lunch menu offers gourmet takes on culinary classics such as the steak sandwich crafted from aged prime beef, forest mushrooms, and cippolini onions ($13), and a salad featuring organic petite field greens arrayed in a dressing of goat cheese, candied walnuts, and poached pears, custom-tailored to suit its demure leaves ($8). Amidst the dining room's sleek symmetry, dinner guests sample standout seafood servings such as the butter-poached maine lobster served on a cushion of ricotta gnocchi alongside tomato confit and a rich saffron lobster demi-glace ($29). A grilled prime filet mignon is made all the more indulgent by the addition of foie gras, glazed root vegetables, and belgian salsify ($34), while the bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin makes good on the pig's own admission that even he tastes better when wrapped in himself ($22).
The Napoleon is a 5,000 square foot indoor/outdoor upscale luxury lounge and cigar/Jazz club. As the first exclusive high end cigar club to offer indoor smoking, alongside a luxurious space for members to relax, imbibe and listen to live jazz on Thur. Fri. & S