Take a trip to Texas, at least for dinner. The Texas Cattle Co brings the cowboy experience to your plate with juicy steaks cooked on a custom wood-burning pit. Experience the flavors of Texas and Florida as you enjoy USDA Prime, corn-fed beef and local seafood. Their large steaks are prepared on Florida citrus and oak wood, giving them the distinct flavor that they are known for. If you don’t fall in love with the tender steaks, you’ll probably fall in love with the potatoes, an option with every steak. Texas Cattle Co serves high-quality steak dinners in a relaxing nostalgic atmosphere. It is the perfect place for a family night out or a birthday treat.
Hooks Atsavinh dreamt of a sushi restaurant where friends and family could gather over great food at reasonable prices. Hook’s Sushi Bar & Thai Food became just that. The welcoming environment at Hook’s encourages visitors to ask for items they want, even if they aren’t on the menu. With a menu of International dishes, one can order anything from Kimchi Fried Rice to Red or Green Curry. Their house sauce, called “Hook’s Heavenly Sauce,” is sure to delight the taste buds, and their unique sushi menu includes everything from Mexican sushi rolls to the traditional California roll. For those who love sushi but prefer their fish cooked, there is an abundance from which to choose, from eel to octopus and tuna.
There are two menus at The Art of Sushi: one for Japanese entrees, and one for sushi. That doesn't mean that the kitchen and the sushi chefs can't collaborate, however. During dinner, they join forces to create bento boxes lined with crispy tempura, gyoza, and California rolls. The King Lobster maki roll, by the same token, pairs lobster tempura rolls with half of a fried lobster tail.
If you'd rather stick to one style, then peruse ginger stir-fries, noodle soups, and meats flavored with homemade teriyaki sauce. Alternatively, the sushi side features both raw and cooked seafood, balanced atop pads of rice without a single safety harness. Pair meals with glasses or bottles from the wine list, which also features sake options, plum wine, and imported Japanese beers.