CiCi’s Pizza combines the variety of a buffet with the thrill of bottomless pizza. Each pie is crafted with dough made from scratch daily and then slathered with homemade marinara and showered with toppings ranging from traditional pepperoni and Italian-style sausage to creative combinations including buffalo chicken and mac 'n' cheese. The buffet is stocked with a plethora of fresh pastas, as well as signature salads with the option to put tossing talents to the test at the salad bar. After they've feasted on savory options, diners can revisit the buffet for dessert including freshly baked brownies, slices of apple pizza, and cinnamon rolls drizzled with icing—or they can eat dessert first, thereby tearing an irreparable hole in the space-time continuum.
Tykes carom to their heart's content in Puzzles' felicity-inducing indoor playscape, full of things on which to bounce, slide, and merry-make. The center's bounce-house arena hosts a bevy of bounding delights, including the World of Disney, decorated with popular animated characters such as Tigger and Mickey Mouse, and the dodgeball arena, where combatants can face off like the Aztecs of legend: in a bounce house. For less rigorous physical activity, little 'uns can give lower limbs a break while enhancing coordination skills and strengthening digits in the arcade area, or visit the concessions to fill empty tummies with pizza (not included in this Groupon).
Serving everything from steamed crawfish to snow crab legs, Seafood Heaven smites appetites with a menu of delights dredged up from the ocean depths and cooked to order. Feast your eyes on a bevy of blue ($8.99–$35.99), snow ($7.99–$48.99), and dungeness ($7.99–$48.99) crab helpings, augmented by the addition of shrimp, if desired. Diners can settle a stomach bet with a pound of steamed, garlic, lemon, or fried crawfish ($4.99), a dozen jumbo shrimps ($11.99), or 50 chicken wings sauced up in a mild, hot, or specialty flavors ($30.79).
Greek Flame Taverna’s serves up a menu of rustic Greek favorites in an upscale setting. Starters such as saganaki, a flaming kefalograviera cheese finished with a homemade ouzo sauce and fresh-squeezed lemon ($8), or a large horiatiki village salad with plum tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, red onions, scallions, parsley, Dodonis feta, kalamata olives, Greek herbs, and a red wine vinaigrette ($12) appeal to an array of palates. Upscale entrees such as the arnisio fourno, a slow-roasted sliced leg of lamb served with a medley of rice and pine nuts ($17) or the omada fileto, a wild-caught grouper baked in a creamy white-wine sauce ($18) satisfy solo eaters. The Greek Flame platter allows diners to share a feast of gyro meat, grilled chicken, veggie and meat dolmades, spanakopita, hummus, tzatziki, pita, and a Greek salad ($45) with a loved one, coworker, or eating contest rival.
With more than 50 saliva-stimulating menu items, Aashirwad treats diners to a diverse range of taste traditions from India's myriad cultures and climates. Dive into deep-fried subcontinental goodness with homemade cheese fritters ($9.95) before locking lips with a veggie-friendly dish of classic chana masala ($10.95), containing garbanzo beans with onions, tomatoes, and spices. The tandoori mixed grill plate ($17.95) provides a skewered sampling of clay-oven-baked treats, while the butter chicken ($13.95) injects a bed of shredded tandoori chicken with decadent butter-tomato gravy, just like the 1970s did to Marlon Brando. Heat-seeking tongue missiles, such as the fiery lamb vindaloo ($14.95), co-exist alongside milder plates, like the creamy chicken shahi korma ($13.95), and guests can sop up stragglers with a flavorful mop of whole-wheat paratha bread ($2.95) before washing them down with a mango lassi ($3.25). Step into the glowing embers of Aashirwad's interiors and enjoy an authentic Indian meal, made by a staff with years of cooking experience in India.
Drawing on as many local and sustainable ingredients as they can find, Harmoni Market's chefs create Mediterranean-inspired lunch and dinner menus that take taste buds on an island tour of the wine-dark sea. At the sound of the city's unnerving dinner siren, preface your feast with a heaping plate of Mediterranean nachos, which swap the tortilla chips with crispy pita and buries them in red-pepper hummus, spicy tzatziki, Harmoni salsa, kalamata olives, and feta ($10). Market mussels swimming in white-wine garlic butter sauce ($12) will similarly prepare you to follow the meat rainbow to pots of diverse flavors, such as pan-seared scallops with roasted tomato couscous ($18) or flat-iron steak served with garlic mashed potatoes and a fig balsamic ($16.50). Lunchers, on the other hand, can forget the office's acidic coffee and nudity-filled PowerPoints over a caprese panini made with mozzarella, basil, and locally grown tomatoes ($8.50) or the salty and sweet Harmoni Signature, which loads figs, bacon, tomato, and blue cheese onto a fresh-baked flatbread ($9).