Slice into the menu with a cool, cold sandwich ($3.39–$13.79) such as the veggie sub, with your choice of three cheeses and avocado, the salami-turkey-provolone, or the ham-salami-capicolla-pepperoni-provolone. Load a gastronomic cargo carrier with a medium fountain drink ($1.39) or chips ($1), or turn on the mouth heat with a stomach-warming griller, such as the 12-inch New York steak ’n’ cheese on ciabatta ($4.99–$7.99) or the 8-inch barbecue pork ($4.99–$7.99). Any sandwich can also be made into a wrap ($4.99–$6.29).
The expansive eatery boasts understated and elegant décor, with dining and banquet rooms furnished with cozy booths and plush banquettes. An outdoor patio sits atop Roberts Lake and offers respite for diners stressed from awkward first dates or unwelcome marriage proposals from sneering, haughty dukes in black neck ruffs.
The menu at Masala Jack's traditional curry house is a savory bouquet of fragrant, time-honored Indian classics supplemented by vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Diners ease into delicious culinary waters with a variety of appetizers, which include the samosa chole—a pastry-encased potato phenom flanked by garbanzo beans ($3.99)—and the classic garlic naan, which emerges hot from a clay oven before receiving a college education and sprinklings of freshly chopped garlic and cilantro ($1.99). Cool lassi (starting at $1.99), available in strawberry, mango, sweet, or salty flavors, serves as a healing balm for taste buds on a joyful return journey from the spicy, onion-laden battlegrounds of the karahi lamb ($9.99) or chicken ($8.99).
The menu at Sandpiper swims with variety, sporting succulent meats and a school of fish dishes alongside various drinks. Dive into deliciousness without filling a pool with pudding by angling the Cajun calamari, cooked until crispy and served alongside rémoulade dipping sauce ($8.99). Or forge toward landlubbing proteins such as the braised chicken marsala, scrumptiously stocked with mushrooms and a marsala reduction ($16.59).