Nick’s Deli & Pizza sates southwestern stomachs with a home-cooked, East Coast–inspired menu stuffed full of scrumptious deli sandwiches and slices of New York–style pizza and cheesecake. Decorate your table with a crispy, cheese pizza ($8.50–$11), which can be appetizingly adorned with toppings ($1.25–$1.50 each) such as pepperoni, mushrooms, bacon, spinach, and barbeque sauce.
Crazy Earl's perfectly safe restaurant seduces patrons with the occasional nylon timbres of mariachi bands and a globally inspired menu. The Chimichanga Special piques and sates hearty hankerings with beef or chicken enchiladas joined by sour cream and guacamole ($10.49), while 9'' hand-tossed pizzas feature the Greek Combo with feta, gyro, and black olives in a sea of marinara and mozzarella cheese ($9.29). Breakfast-minded eaters are privy to the home-style flavors of biscuits and gravy ($3.29), and bread stuffers can follow a trail of bread crumbs to the 100%-Angus-beef South of the Border Burger with bacon, cheese, and guacamole ($8.99), as well as fried fish filet sandwiches ($8.99).
Fitness guru Shane Arcadia has dedicated himself to delivering personalized fitness guidance with a range of boot camps, training, and other services at Task Fitness. Shane’s weekly classes and fitness outings include 45-minute boot camps designed to burn 1,000 calories, group runs and hikes, and team-sports sessions. He also leads one-on-one grocery-store tours, sharing tips on how to pick out healthy foods and maintain a balanced diet.
Since 1998, FuNuGyz Sports Grill has been known in Peoria as a popular hangout and exciting sports tavern with quality pub cuisine and Mexican dishes. Featuring live musical sets, televised sporting events like UFC matches, and hosting an ongoing poker tournament, the bar strives to keep patrons entertained and connected while satisfying their bellies and elevating their spirits.
Carvers Steaks & Chops prepares a menu of certified Angus beef in a traditional, friendly American steak-house atmosphere. Dive into an 8-ounce stuffed fillet, brimming with blue-cheese mushroom duxelle and tucked into a sleeping bag of bacon ($31), or wrap tongues around a 14-ounce whiskey-peppercorn pork chop crowned with mushrooms ($22). Nonbovine entrees include the parmesan-crusted sea bass, swiftly swimming through béarnaise sauce ($26). Specialty beverages from Carvers' full-service bar make excellent escorts for the upscale fare.