Homemade cakes, cookies, and cinnamon rolls emerge from ovens at Mary’s Morsels, tag-teaming taste buds with a menu of breakfast and lunch fare in an intimate bakery and café. Mollify petulant sweet teeth with slices of old-fashion cheesecake ($3.99/small, $6.99/large) and giant cinnamon rolls ($2.49), which diners can affix to ears as an edible ode to Princess Leia. Fifteen cookie varieties ($3.99/dozen) provide an appetizing epilogue to an ample spread of lunch fare, including classic sandwiches, honey cornbread, and, on Thursday, home-style chicken and dumplings ($4.29/small, $5.29/large). Gobs of rich gravy ooze over fresh-baked biscuits ($3.99/small, $4.99/large), appeasing early-morning appetites alongside open-face croissants crowned with fluffy scrambled eggs ($6.99).
Drawing on his Thai heritage and more than 20 years of experience behind the grill, Executive Chef Manop Vasant showcases the flavors and traditions of Southeast Asia while sizzling up morsels of meat and veggies behind tableside hibachi grills. Chefs showboat as they slice, dice, and sizzle up patrons' meals and incriminating photographs across the hot iron griddles. Kitchen cooks whip up rice noodles and curry, and sushi chefs coil thin, sashimi-style slices of tuna, avocado, and cucumber in edible rice and seaweed cylinders.
Chef Daljit Singh enjoys playing with the conventions of traditional Indian cuisine, infusing elements of Chinese cooking to create new dishes and flavors. With more than 10 years of experience, chef Singh traffics in avant-garde Indian cuisine, which he serves with elegant, balanced plating. At Copper Chimney, the flavors of curry and chutney can be complemented by beer or wine from the bar or salty and sweet lassi drinks safe for those who still have to commute home via their Power Wheels.
Installed in the food industry for 25 years, chef Moe brings his culinary prowess to the inviting atmosphere of his very own Pasta Bowl. This welcoming Italian eatery provides a home away from home, with room to spread out and catch up with friends, free WiFi, and chimneys carved from tiramisu. Moe's signature spaghetti bolognese tops a plate with heaps of pasta and a choice of marinara or meat sauce. Five types of cheese layer into the well-loved meat lasagna, and the flat noodles of fettuccine alfredo swim amid the garlic, nutmeg, and parmesan of the titular cream sauce. A fresh, green house salad accompanies each entree, and meals are drawn to a close by the grand finale of Gabe's Famous Chocolate Cake, a velvety dessert that delights taste buds and makes neighborhood pies jealous of the attention.
The chefs at Lucky Sushi House reach beyond the borders of their eatery's name by serving a menu that not only features sushi, but also Japanese teriyaki dishes and Chinese staples such as orange chicken. Behind the sushi bar, chefs stack morsels of eel nigiri and roll combinations of crab, avocado, and tuna into cozy cocoons of rice. While admiring the decorative fans on the walls or peering into the restaurant's aquarium to check for messages in bottles, patrons can also crunch into squid-tempura rolls, split a plate of pot stickers, and swig Harbin Lager imported from China.