High-quality food, all-day breakfast, and a huge outdoor patio make The Boardwalk a great place to take in a game and enjoy some sunny, flavorsome fare. No matter how late you slept off your long night of ventriloquism, snag an a.m. meal such as The Boardwalk’s most popular item, the Short on Cash ($6.95), with two eggs, two pieces of bacon or sausage, and your choice of two pancakes or toast with potatoes. Or try the healthy bestseller, the Acai Bowl ($8.25), served with fresh bananas, berries, and granola. Beach bums can interrupt their skiing fantasies with a selection from the lunch menu, including the Baja Mex-style snapper tacos ($4.25) with rice and beans ($2), and meat masticators can hang a fang on a Boardwalk Burger ($8.95), a ground-on-site sirloin-and-chuck patty topped with tomatoes, grilled onions, and American cheese.
We are best known for our crazy huge 1/2 lb cinnamon rolls and lattes. We are a full service bakery which means that we make it all right here from scratch including breads, pastries, cakes, bread puddings, quiche, bagels, granola, cookies, foccacia bread for our paninis..and a ton more.
Within the casual confines of Ocean’s Pizzeria, ripples of cheese cascade across New York–style pies, mimicking the ocean waves lapping the coastline just beyond the eatery’s doors. The sunny seaside serves as a backdrop for an alfresco dining on the patio, while inside, sunlight pushes through windows whirling around vibrant orange and red walls. Amid the colorful environs, staffers sling crispy, thin-crust pizzas topped with ingredients such as mushrooms, canadian bacon, and white sauce, and assemble hearty sandwiches and subs. To keep the merriment and soapbox derbies going, servers tap into their full arsenal of libations, pouring beer, wine, and cocktails.
Something old mixed with something new. That's one way to describe the nostalgic, down-home recipes with inventive touches that The Truckstop is known for. Barbecue, sprawling brunch buffets, and hearty lunches of Southern fare anchor the menu, though they're not usually the plain-old classics you might be used to. Chefs dress the tri-tip benedict in a sriracha hollandaise for one, and house potatoes earn flavor points as they're tossed with fragrant rosemary. The d?cor too has a way of balancing modern touches and the charmingly rustic. Beneath the dark ceiling, bright sunlight exposes a mash-up of speckled, repurposed two-by-fours and industrial rope that add character amid the dining room's slick black countertops and flooring.
The stylists at Grand Creation Salon cut, color, and coif tresses using products from Redken, Pureology, Moroccanoil, and other top-quality lines. Services skew toward the whole family, with guys stopping by for buzz cuts, neck trims, and speedy gray-blending color treatments and kids settling in for quick bang trims or party-ready french braids. To keep women's tresses on trend, stylists leave them looking sleek and chic with Brazilian blowouts and also weave in feather extensions, hair tinsels, and crystals to keep heads from being one-upped by their neighbor's holiday decorations.