The hospitable Chef Kong adds joy to lunch and dinner hours with lengthy menus of authentic Chinese delicacies. Afternoon diners can bisect the day with a plate of accessorized shredded pork or gently singe taste buds with a fiery octet of chicken dumplings in hot sauce. Savory meats and seafoods star in dinner dishes, including spicy, sizzling brisket in hot szechuan sauce and chinese zucchini with crabmeat sauce. Meat-averse eaters can sink bicuspids into veggie-laden dishes, such as Little Szechuan's popular stir-fried string beans or deep-fried tofu with sizzling mixed vegetables.
Little Szechuan invites escapist eating with classic Chinese décor and framed artworks that hide secret portals to North Dakota. Diners trade bites and clash chopsticks over last bites amid plush booths and warm red tones, and a nearby wall brims with cards and birth announcements from Chef Kong's loyal customers.
Since 1976, Old Brick Pit Barbeque has lured diners in with the aroma of its old-school Georgia barbecue sauce, which can be delectably doused on a menu's worth of tender meats. Hickory wood and a brick pit conspire to slow-smoke succulent pork for 12–14 hours while serenading it with old Barry White hits before it's slathered in house-made vinegar-based sauce and placed between bread. Sides of coleslaw, like pranks destined for an ornery teacher, are lovingly concocted every day, and they add a cabbage-packed punch to savory pork packages.
Pizza Patron has a wide selection of menu items such as Specialty pizzas that take on Spanish names, including La Mexicana, packed with chorizo, ground beef, bell peppers, and jalapeños, and the Spinach Clásico, which gets layered with alfredo sauce, baby spinach, and cheese. Crispy pies pair with sauce-drenched wings and churros for dessert.
Alvarado's Mexican Food's menu boasts over 24 combination plates of authentic Mexican fare prepared fresh daily. Pairs or quartets of diners can charter cheese dip and salsa from plate to mouth with an order of chips, then dive fork-first into a pair of stuffed chilies doused in red sauce or a mixed-fajita trio with chicken, beef, and shrimp. Tacos can scarcely contain the wealth of beef, chicken, or fish they envelop, and a pair of burritos hides precious beef from the eyes of hungry tablemates and government satellites. Diners can order through the drive-thru 24 hours a day or sidle up to the dining area to down comestibles with a soft drink and watch TV or enjoy free WiFi.