Family owned and operated for more than half a century, Di Cicco's pampers palates with a traditional menu of hearty Italian fare served in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Diners can start their gastronomic adventure with an order of aromatic garlic-cheese bread ($4.10–$4.75) or fresh, crisp bruschetta ($5.25). Once taste buds have been thoroughly primed, introduce them to the flaky coating of the veal parmigiana enrobed in mozzarella and tomato sauce ($15.45) or dive into a pasta dish such as the scarface, in which a manic blend of chicken, mushrooms, and rigatoni rises to the top of a cream sauce before being undone by its own deliciousness ($11.85–$12.95). Di Cicco's ever-changing lineup of drinkable all-stars features weekly specials and pairings, giving toasters plenty of ways to raise a glass and celebrate friendly family dining.
For over 20 years, Austin’s Sanger menu has inspired mouths to stop talking about their screenplay and dive into a hearty waffle breakfast with bacon or sausage and an egg ($6.65), Austin’s classic half-pound burger ($7.45), or an ultra-tender pot-roast platter smothered in gravy and roasted iron cauldrons and served with carrots, onions, and mashed potatoes ($10.45). Hopelessly lost University of Texas students, meanwhile, can find solace in Austin’s Downtown Grill and Sports Bar's menu, starting with the black-bean chili cheese fries ($6.99) or the bacon-, cheese-, and spinach-stuffed mushroom caps ($7.99). After appetizers, carnivorous customers can try out a slow-roasted half chicken ($12.99) or a 12-ounce coffee-rubbed rib-eye steak ($17.99) while seated on a large coffee beanbag chair. In Sanger, slake a terrible thirst with domestic and imported beers along with wines from the local Fresno State, Gibson, and Cedar View wineries. The downtown pub, on the other tentacle, boasts 17 beers on tap and in gilded spittoons scattered throughout the spacious interior.
Camino Real Restaurant treats its patrons to traditional Mexican meals of chicken stew, grilled pork chops, and tortas, as well as fresh seafood in the form of fish fillets, spicy shrimp cocktails, and garlic-smothered lobster. Diners feast on Dungeness-crab rellena, fried perch, and breaded milanesa sandwiches in the large, sun-filled main dining area, or hold private banquets with up to 30 guests in the separate party room. Like an apple pie smothered in chile verde sauce, the bill of fare brings Mexican and American cuisine together, with patty melts, fries, and grilled cheese sandwiches served alongside plates of huevos rancheros and bowls of menudo.
Photographs of trains cover the burnt-red walls of this family-friendly establishment, which cooks up all-American cuisine with a creative twist. From the Red Caboose's outdoor patio, patrons can enjoy a view of the saloon's surrounding pastures while dining on down-home evening eats, such as the pot-roast dinner served with mashed potatoes, gravy, caramelized carrots, and onions ($13.95). On Friday and Saturday nights, waitresses sidle swiftly through a maze of red checkered four tops, carrying the current evening specialty: prime-rib dinner accompanied by mashed potatoes and an unruly band of steamed vegetables ($18.85).
Port of Subs' slice-savvy deli artisans shave meats and cheeses to assemble each sub on the menu, assembling eats before the customers' eyes. White, wheat, and sourdough rolls sliced into 5-, 8-, 12-, and 24-inch portions encapsulate cold sandwiches such as the No. 9—peppered pastrami layered with swiss and topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and purple onions before being seasoned with oil, vinegar, and spices ($3.79–$13.79). Salads delight taste buds year-round, and seasonal hot-pressed pilgrim grillers in 5-, 8-, or 12-inch incarnations hoard a cornucopia's worth of sliced turkey breast, moist stuffing, and cranberry sauce between a ruffled collar of ciabatta bread ($4.99–$7.99). A tortilla's embrace enfolds turkey and bacon-ranch wraps ($5.99), and all grillers and cold subs can also be turned into wraps. This deal can also be used toward catering, enabling hosts of game-day soirees or 10-year reunions for imaginary high-school friends to set forth stress-free cheese platters and party subs.
Under one roof, Sunnyside has all the tools its members need to get fit and enjoy themselves in the process. Group fitness classes give participants a way to try a variety of workout styles, and personal trainers are on hand to help members maximize their time, whether they're running on a treadmill or using it as a napping bench. The cardio theater supplies a variety of sweat-inducing options, and saunas provide a place to recuperate and let your muscles cry after a good workout.