House for Beer boasts a rotating selection of more than 150 rare, specialty bottled beers from around the world, plus 50 beers on tap. Affectionately known as H4B, this locally owned and operated venue presents suds connoisseurs and greenhorns alike with an upscale, yet casual atmosphere, free of liquor and smoking. When visitors want to combine sips with bites of food, they can order from any of the neighboring restaurants in the Pavilion, from pizza and burgers to sushi and ice cream. Entertainment during the week rounds out the H4B experience with live performances by local musicians and bands, trivia nights on Tuesdays, TVs equipped with NFL packages, and NFL jersey raffles on Mondays and Thursdays. Additionally, the bar is near the Hollywood movie theater.
Lined with mahogany-colored shelves, Wine Bank's walls display bottles upon bottles of wines, suggesting that its name is no misrepresentation. But unlike most wine shops, Wine Bank isn't just about wine. Here, beers, fine wines, and cigars complement an in-house menu of upscale starters and gourmet entrees, ranging from pork filet mignon to shrimp mac 'n' cheese. And for those who would rather drink wine than spend thousands building vineyards in their basement, Wine Bank offers memberships with discounts and invitations to private tastings and events.
Guests are never far from the sand or surf at Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill, where American cuisine meets ocean views. Fittingly, the menu is stuffed to the gills with seafood, from wild gator-tail and crab-cake appetizers to entrees of Maine lobster, stuffed shrimp, and sea scallops. Diners can also chow down on burgers, pasta, and barbecued pork chops. The laid-back spot combines these eats with on-the-water fun by renting out hydrobikes.
The chefs at The Windy City Bar & Grill draw inspiration from that town about a thousand miles northwest known for its hot dogs and butcher-cut steaks. The all-beef hot dogs here are true to form, served up on a poppy seed roll with yellow mustard, relish garnishments, and a dash of celery salt, and the black and blue burger pays tribute to the Chicago Bears. Italian beef sandwiches may be ordered wet, dry, or thrown into Lake Michigan, whereas chefs salads and cobb salads may be adorned with your choice of dressing.
The chefs at Big Daddy's Bar & Grill treats guests to hearty feasts of American food and good times over glasses of beer and games on the TV. Diners chow down on plates of wings, sirloin steak, and fried fish, or they sink their teeth into specialties like the Buddha Burger, comprising two half-pound beef patties spiced with an A-1 dry rub. Chicken wings and entrees arrive garnished with made-from-scratch sauces such as zesty Carolina-style mustard?not to be confused with ho-hum honey mustard or bland South Dakota?style mustard. Dishes are paired with a selection of drinks from a full-service bar. After dinner, patrons socialize on the open-air patio or sip cocktails as they challenge friends to games of pool.
The word "chucherias" roughly translates to ?finger food,? and it also sums up the dining experience at Chucherias Hondure?as. Handheld steak sandwiches and fried plantains are made fresh daily, along with such desserts as caramel flan and guava pastries. However, some of the menu's dishes do require cutlery, including sirloin steak dishes and a Honduran chicken and vegetable soup.