The restaurant row eatery serves up a healthy menu of treats made with fresh ingredients and low-fat meats and cheeses. Fuel a day of watching horse ballet with breakfast items such as an order of Grandpa’s papas ($4.95), fresh hash browns or potatoes smothered with red or green chili and cheese, or pigs in a blanket ($4.75), three sausage links rolled up in a pancake. The lunch menu boasts garden-fresh salads, soups, and loaded baked potatoes, plus a wide variety of wrap sandwiches and subs. Herbivores can satisfy hand-held lunch cravings with a guiltless wrap ($6.99), loaded with avocado, low-fat mozzarella, and veggies and drizzled with ranch dressing, while Polish literary scholars who happen to also like corned beef will enjoy the sauerkraut- and swiss-stuffed corned beef reuben ($7.69). For the vitamin D deficient, the jalapeno-covered fiesta burger ($5.99) will boost the body’s level of the vitamin, as will the heart-healthy Sorry Charlie ($6.99), a house-made, fat-free tuna-salad sandwich served on your choice of bread. Potato-hungry palates can be pleased with the enchilada spud ($4.99), a red-chili-, onion-, and cheese-covered baked potato, and mini mouths can keep entertained with Jack’s kids' menu ($2.49 and up).