The OiNKs! menu modernizes classic barbecue with five original sauce recipes, produce from sustainable farms, and meat that’s always antibiotic free and usually from free-range livestock. Before being pulled apart by your mouth's masticators, each meat slab is rubbed in OiNKs! special rub and slow-smoked over pecan wood. Palatable proteins, including brisket, chicken, pork, and tofu ($3.99 1/4 lb., $6.49 1/2 lb., $12.49 full lb.), relax in a barbecue bubble bath of your choice: sweet traditional, tangy mustard, peppery vinegar, hot three-pepper blend, or a brand-new Kansas City-style sauce. Or opt for a St. Louis–style rack of spare ribs ($5.49 1/4 rack, $10.49 1/2 rack, $19.99 full rack). Specialty sandwiches, such as the Blue Brisket with bacon and blue cheese ($8.49), fill up hungry hands and are served with your choice of side, including hearty fried okra or the lighter nutty coleslaw or spicy green-bean salad. Soul-soothing desserts, such as a cinnamon-pecan tartlet ($2.49), are baked each morning.
The choices are nearly endless at It's All Peachy Frozen Yogurt. Staffers switch out 14 dispensers with different flavors frequently, so regulars can try yogurts as varied as cake batter, root-beer float, and strawberry-lemonade sorbet. For those who desire a healthy treat, look no further. Frozen yogurt is loaded with probiotics that may aid in digestion, and they make sure to offer options that are fat-free, sugar-free, and perched just out of reach on a moving treadmill. These flavors can be further enhanced with any combination of 70 toppings, which include fresh fruits, chunks of cheesecake, chocolate candies, and sauces.
Each day, the diligent staff at NY Bagel Cafe & Deli fill their shop with scents of freshly brewed coffee and warm bagels straight from the oven. Seventeen varieties of the baked circles anchor an all-day breakfast menu, causing tongues to smack in approval of flavors such as plain, asiago cheese, and cinnamon raisin. Additions of meats, eggs, and cheeses transform the bagels into breakfast sandwiches, which complement stacks of pancakes drenched in sweet maple syrup. Alternatively, customers can sidestep breakfast fare and sink into a selection of salads and deli sandwiches, including turkey melts and cubans. Gooey swiss cheese melts over classic reubens, which pile sauerkraut atop either hot turkey or pastrami. NY Bagel Cafe & Deli can also cater events or deliver their eats directly to their customers' human-size terrarium.
Shedding its former Fatburger brand, Epic Grill hosts a revamped menu that includes a new lineup of never-frozen burgers, sandwiches, and sides. Weighing in at 3 ounces, The Little E burger ($3.50) fills smaller appetites but struggles to follow in the belly-stretching footsteps of its 6-ounce brother, The E burger ($4.99)—both of which can be topped with add-ons including chili ($0.79) and grilled mushrooms ($0.69). Cooks slow-cook the pulled-pork sandwich's Carolina-style pork ($5.25), which comes smothered in a smoky barbecue sauce. Patrons can also orally explore nonbunned eats with Epic Burger's salads ($6.95–$7.95) or wrap their jowls around the popular honey-hawaiian sliders (4 for $5.95), great for sharing with friends or imitating how yetis would eat The E burger.
Honey Bee Asian Bistro draws influences from Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisines to forge a toothsome menu of Pan-Asian favorites. Their cooks toss morsels of beef, chicken, or pork with sweet 'n' sour, sesame, or coconut-milk-infused sauces before nestling the protein-packed bites into bowls of pad thai, fried rice, or curry. They also serves up tofu and imitation chicken and beef for any vegetarian diners or disoriented water buffalos that wander into the restaurant. To quench the flames of their signature spicy dishes, such as sriracha chicken and hunan pork, chefs whip up glasses of boba milk tea or thai iced tea from scratch.