The palate-popular chefs at The Lobster House emphasize freshness while assembling their hearty seafood dinners, using maritime lobsters that are shipped to the restaurant multiple times a week as the focal point of their menu. Before digging into salmon and halibut entrees, diners visit the eatery’s complimentary bread, salad, and ice cream bar, where they can hide scoops of ice cream beneath beds of lettuce to flout parental embargos on pre-meal sweets. The kitchen also prepares cut-to-order steaks boasting certified Angus meat that has aged for at least four weeks. Sandy tones wash over The Lobster House’s dinning room as sturdy wooden tables hoist hefty plates of delectable sea-fruits.
Island Mix's menu flings two distinctive food personalities together in a buddy comedy of comestibility. Initiate ingestion sequences with a fried plantain ($2), fish cake ($3.50), or bowl of shrimp wonton soup (from $4.50) and relax in Island Mix's comfortable lounge environment. Entrees including duck curry ($18.75), jerk chicken fried rice ($9.50), and stewed king fish ($9.45) tempt tempestuous torsos into edible elopement. Dine on Wednesday and enjoy free pool games all day, or challenge dining companions to guess which side of your mouth the cue ball is hidden in.
A Canadian chicken depot for more than 40 years, Chick-N-Joy emphasizes fresh ingredients and a homemade approach to chicken dinners. All chicken is sourced from inspected farms, hand-processed (never frozen), lightly seasoned, tenderized with Shiatsu massage, and pressure-cooked in trans-fat-free Canola oil. The three-piece chicken dinner (a $7.90 value with tax) pairs pieces of rib, thigh, and leg with fresh-cut fries and gravy. A salad and buttermilk biscuit, both made fresh daily, complete the posse. A small soft drink (a $1.18 value including tax) seals victory over humanly hunger and thirst, freeing the sated to walk the streets without salivating on lampposts.