Old Town Burger's culinary crew slings thick Angus beef burgers, gyros, sandwiches, and more. Select two regular cheeseburger baskets featuring 1/4 Angus beef patties, special house sauce, American cheese, and other toppings on a bun ($13.98), coupled with a choice of fries, house salad, onion rings, or tater tots (up to $2), and a 16-ounce soft drink. Or opt for two original gyro baskets featuring onion, tomato, peppers, Feta cheese, tzatzki sauce, and gyro meat cuddled in warm pita bread ($17.98), and served with a choice of fries, house salad, onion rings, or tater tots (up to $2), and a 16-ounce soft drink.
A Cajun oasis in the Pacific Northwest, Roscoe's publicans serve a rotating, craftsman-forged selection of beers and a simmering kettle of Southern cuisine. Dining duos can plunk themselves down before two Happy Hour–size bowls of homemade chicken and andouille-sausage gumbo at even the most melancholy times and wash them down with a pint of masterfully brewed beer. Although constantly shifting, the beer menu may include such sip collections as the friskily hoppy, pineapple-accented RPM IPA from Boneyard or Pike Brewing's Dry Wit, a summery wheat named for the cutting remarks it makes about noses as it flows into mouths beneath them. Curious thirsts can be quenched with the ineffably tart yet buttery Ichtegem's Grand Cru, and Roscoe's authentic Southern-fare menu lays a sturdy foundation for all-night pool tournaments.
Suki’s Bar & Grill‘s menu sates famished diners into the wee hours of the morning with doors that stay open from 7 a.m. until 2:30 a.m. daily. The amaretto french toast ($8) kicks off the day with a syrupy start, and a handful of meats, caramelized onion, and swiss cheese are carefully folded into the meat lover’s omelette ($9). Ward off the postwork blues with a prescription of pork tacos with mandarin salsa ($5) or sweet and tangy chicken teriyaki ($6). The beefy Korean bulgogi ($6) is a tasty choice for barbecue lovers, and diners looking for a vegetarian meal can fork up the fresh greens, mandarin oranges, and sugared walnuts of the mandarin-orange salad ($7). To prepare for a midnight shift as a mall Santa, opt for late-night treats such as tater tots ($4.50) or a pile of wings ($7) slathered in a slew of sauces, including classic buffalo, sesame ginger lime, and honey Cajun.