It's pretty impressive that, as impatient as hunger makes people, a dish that takes an hour or more to prepare is still a restaurant's most popular. That's the case at Fletcher's, where their baked wings more than make up for the wait. They come in a choice of sauces, sweet heat being the perennial favorite. Those who don't have time to wait that long for food needn't worry, though. The fried variety of wings cut way down on the prep time.
The diverse menu also includes specialty pizzas, turkey lasagna, and shrimp and grits, all of which pair nicely with a drink from the full bar or working faucets. The entertainment is similarly diverse, taking the form of anything from poker games to live DJs.
The Ultimate Bar & Grill’s chefs break free from the shackles of pub-grub conventions with a revamped menu of bar starters and full-grown entrees. Platter pamperers steep 24 wings in a sauna of spices, such as lemon pepper and sweet chili ($17.99), before massaging rémoulade and marinara into fried green tomatoes ($6.99). Cloak Vienna beef dogs in an ensemble of Chicago-style duds, including mustard, relish, veggies, celery salt, and Prohibition-era fedoras ($6.99). Twinkle-toed clusters of snow crab legs quickstep through Cajun seasonings ($19.99), and chicken ($13.99), steak ($14.99), or shrimp ($15.99) cascade across the teriyaki stir-fry's mound of peppers, onions, and garlic. Taste buds plunge into the drink menu's wines, suds, and creative cocktails, such as the vodka-laced Electric Lemonade.
George C. Wolfe's richly satirical study of the African American experience spans two centuries, investigating cultural preconceptions through a panoply of narratives brought to life by True Colors' skilled company of actors. Jasmine Guy directs the program, which draws on America's rich, conflicted history like a group of crayon-wielding toddlers set loose in Howard Zinn's library. Theatergoers will nestle into the intimate, 500-seat Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center, which boasts top-quality digital audio and lighting equipment to craft a high-caliber dramatic experience.
O’Riley’s Food & Spirits’ cooks top tables with homemade burgers and wings as their guests listen to live music from local artists or absorb sports action from the large projection screen stretched across an entire wall. On select nights, the sound system quiets and spotlights focus on the stage to highlight the fast-paced observations of local comedians. A suite of six of felt-lined tables provide an outlet for skill-based contests, whether it need be a round of pool or competitive juggling of said tables.
The Conservatory of Dance is a positive place where children and adults have been discovering the joy of dance since 1995. We offer high quality instruction in ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical, stiletto class, hip hop aerobics, liturgical dance (praise dance) , and. piano classes. Classes for students 2 years through adults
The chefs behind Cravings American Bistro please palates and eyes with elegant arrangements of hearty American and seafood fare, escorted to tables atop simple china. Begin a night of lively discussion and synchronized digestion with a choice of six appetizers, including lobster mac 'n' cheese smothered in truffle oil, jumbo broiled crab cakes swimming in sweet-chili aioli, and house-rubbed ribs glazed with a mango barbecue sauce. Seafaring entrees such as the tropical, pan-seared Island grouper and the spicy, fettuccine-laced shrimp Diablo occupy tables with sunken-treasure-finding tips before succumbing to the white noise of chewing. Ravenous carnivores can opt for a 12-ounce new york strip steak—a choice cut of Montana strip loin accented with fingerling potatoes and asparagus stalks that double as stylish stirring sticks for a date's martini.