Jake’s: Coffee, Tea & Sandwiches slakes the cravings of passers-by with a menu of freshly ground coffee and sandwiches. After spending a night dreaming of steel children and living motorcycles guests can coax eyelids open by sipping on an espresso ($1.50 for medium) or a seasonal/specialty mocha ($3.75 for medium)–available in flavors such as caramel apple and chocolate éclair. Jake’s also quells thirsts with a variety of tea steeped in handcrafted silken bags ($1.95 for medium) and satisfies sweet teeth with made-from-scratch scones ($1.85) and cookies ($1.50). Meanwhile, the lunch crowd can munch on turkey paninis painted with homemade pesto spread, creamy havarti cheese, and bacon, or the hearty mushroom and sundried tomato pesto spread slathered inside portobello mushroom paninis ($7.25 each).
Mountain Mike’s Pizza keeps belly bearings well lubricated with its selection of topping-laden pizzas, oven-kissed sandwiches, and more. Like a fleet-footed yeti, Mountain Mike’s Pizza's menu deftly scales rocky heights with its selection of mountain-themed specialty pizzas, such as the 12-inch Everest and Snowy Alps pizzas, each stacked with a savory selection of Old World pepperoni, onion, olives, and more ($17.99). With two types of crust, four sauces, and 26 toppings, diners can craft their own perfect pies.
Bleacher’s Grill offers up American classics in a family-friendly, sports-themed setting. Use contrasting appetizers such as jalapeno poppers ($6.25) or buffalo wings ($6.50) to plan out your tabletop football strategy chalkboard-free. Watch your favorite cricket match, curling invitational, or rock-paper-scissors tournament on one of Bleacher’s six TVs as you chow down on the Bleacher burger, a 1/3 lb. of angus beef with lettuce, tomato, onion, and burger sauce accompanied by fries ($7). Carbohydrate-shunners can sample the Trevino's fajita salad with green peppers, onions, shredded cheddar, lettuce, and tomatoes in a salsa-ranch dressing with your choice of chicken, steak, or pork ($9.50). Other athletic sandwich options include the tour de French dip ($8) or the 49’er turkey pesto sandwich with melted jack cheese on focaccia ($8.50), each accompanied with your choice of fries, chips, soup, salad, or an alfalfa sprout reproduction of Mike Ditka’s mustache.
The skilled sandwich makers at Piccadilly Deli forge customer-created sandwiches with a menu of amply stacked ingredients such as tender roast beef and chicken salad. Patrons can partner up to ascend a regal mountain of egg or tuna salad or mine for smoked ham or turkey under strata of crisp lettuce and a choice of cheese. Mortadella, dry salami, and danish ham all loaf in between a choice of bready borders, including wheat rolls, multigrain, or sourdough bread. After polishing off handheld morsels, tables of two can divine the future by reading the fizzy remnants of two medium sodas.
The sprawling 8-acre family-friendly amusement park dubbed Funworks initially began as a miniature-golf course, Putt-Putt Golf, before expanding to include a coin-operated-game room in 1989, which first bore the Funworks moniker. Today, its current incarnation helmed by Freddy Foreman, the facility's foreman of fun, showcases multiple family-friendly attractions at two locations. The grounds house remote-controlled racing tracks, batting cages, and an expansive mini-golf course that weaves across 54 holes. Additionally, patrons will discover other curios of entertainment such as a teddy-bear factory where children can customize stuffed animals to fulfill carpool-lane requirements.
In the fresh breeze of the outdoor patio, guests savor Harvest Moon Restaurant’s full breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes, which draw inspiration from the sea’s multitude of flavors, mixed with classic Southern influences. The restaurant’s bright, cheery walls create an energizing atmosphere for meals, inspiring guests to seize the day or the potted plant that’s taking up the last patio table.