Fiery red paint splashes the walls of Casa Tequila Authentic Mexican Grill, creating the illusion of heat. Sizzling plates of fajitas emerge from the kitchen, fanning the flames with soft tortillas and hot strips of chicken. Nearby, grilled T-bones and rib eyes amplify the warmth with spicy jalapeños and ranchero sauce. Like most of the menu’s selections, these dishes are made from scratch using super-fresh ingredients. To lower the temperature, barkeeps craft margaritas that are cooler than an iceberg wearing an Elvis wig. Available in a variety of flavors and sizes, these drinks showcase a lineup of more than 50 tequilas. Diners can also enjoy their meals at outdoor tables, amid refreshing breezes and the shade of patio umbrellas.
Jo's Roadhouse’s chefs serve a menu of colossal burgers, hand-cut steaks, and hearty sandwiches inside the comfortable confines of its deep-red and brown walls, adorned with racing memorabilia. A choice of seven savory sauces such as teriyaki, sweet barbecue, or hot buffalo slicks down a dozen traditional wings ($7.99) like chocolate ganache slicks down a pastry chef’s slip 'n’ slide. Entrees include a hand-cut, 12-ounce new york strip steak ($13.99), and breaded North Atlantic cod, gripped by a tenacious french roll and served with homemade tartar sauce ($8.49). The spicy Cajun burger weighs down wayward taste buds with a half pound of meat and hefty slabs of pepper jack cheese ($8.99). On select nights, one corner of the bustling biker bar hosts live musicians, who entertain the crowd with high-spirited tunes and tales of tooth-fairy visits set to “Born to be Wild.”
Sundown Bar & Grill attracts hungry stomachs with a menu full of tasty chewables, grilling up its signature ribs on Wednesdays and much-loved burger baskets all week. Redden thankful fingers and occasional noses with a half-rack of Sundown’s barbecue ribs ($11.50) on hump day, or stop in anytime to feast on burger, bacon-cheeseburger, and mushroom-and-swiss-burger baskets ($6 each) weighed down with fries. The burger averse can aim teeth at the breaded tenderloin ($6) or grilled-cheese ($4.50) baskets while scrawling plans on a nearby napkin for ridding the world of burgers.
Wielding a wooden spoon, copper kettle, and century-old recipes, The Chocolate Haus handcrafts an array of tasty goodies from natural, preservative-free ingredients. Visitors gaze through a wide glass partition as the chocolaterie’s signature fudge, in flavors such as old-fashioned chocolate, rocky road, or vanilla pecan, is mixed from scratch. Patrons can lend these three together in a custom box ($23) or explore other realms of temptation with a half-pound of ganache-filled cappuccino truffles ($12) or chocolate-coated s’mores ($21). The shop's well-known walking sticks, featuring a pretzel rolled in caramel, coated in pecans, and dipped in milk chocolate, call to adventure-seeking taste buds ($21). For dentists who practice what they preach, The Chocolate Haus boasts a hefty collection of sugar-free treats, ranging from almond butter crunch ($11) to milk chocolate-, pecan-, and caramel-filled turtles ($11).
We serve freshly prepared food from as many local resources as possible. We cook your meal when you order it, and feature fresh baked bread, hand cut steaks, fresh ground beef, hand cut fries and chips, homemade pickles, mayonnaise, salad dressings, homemade pickles, fresh baked pies, and nightly specials. New Orleans Style
In Throttle Down Sports Bar & Grill's unpretentious confines, friends gather around the bar, TVs, and pool tables to enjoy relaxed company, cold drinks, and comfort food. While watching the game or flinging darts, they chow down on food such as Angus burgers and freshly hand-cut ribeye steaks. Pizzas are prepared with fresh dough and a signature sauce. A family-friendly venue, Throttle Down also has a kids' menu with mac and cheese complimented by a sophisticated selection of the finest bubbly pop. Guests also frequent the friendly eatery for the live-music acts and karaoke nights and the fancy-footed dance moves that follow each.