More than 40 years ago, Harry J. Hoenselaar chose individual hams, cured them in his secret marinade, and smoked them over hardwood chips before offsetting the earthy flavor with a crisp, sweet glaze. To this day, the staff still makes the signature bone-in hams one at a time and glazes them in the shop. In addition to the eponymous victuals, the ham denizens turn their braising prowess on similarly delightful platter toppers, including turkey and barbecued pork.
The hammery's kitchens also whip up classic side dishes and desserts, such as the sweet-potato soufflé. For less formal feasting, party trays and packed lunch boxes fuel business meetings, backyard grad parties, and lengthy end-zone celebrations.
Taco John's swiftly serves an assortment of tangy Mexican fare and bold-flavored innovative snacks. The edible oeuvre includes the eatery's signature super potato olés: black olives, beef, beans, tomatoes, guacamole, sour cream, and melted cheese smothering a helping of golden-brown tater nuggets ($4.99). Those who create Venn diagrams to decide between soft or crunchy tortillas can choose the middle ground and get both with the taco bravo ($2.29). Taste another victory for American and Mexican relations with the taco burger, featuring tacos' usual contents nestled between two fresh buns ($1.99). The fajita chicken quesadilla melt ($6.29) awakens groggy taste buds with fire roasted bell peppers and onions.
Mixed Restaurant is a fun and unique restaurant that specializes in fast made-to-order Salads. Mixed also offers fresh and fast wraps, soups, and paninis. Stop in and enjoy almost 50 toppings and 30 dressings, each very flavorful and fresh! Mixed is green on what we make and how we work-we operate on an eco-friendly plan!
Whisk and Chop Cafe serves up generous portions of fresh breakfast, lunch, and dinner fare in a comfortable and family-friendly environment. Sample unusual breakfast dishes, such as the hybrid adventure of a pancake omelette, with your choice of cheese and two toppings, cooked and wrapped within the cozy confines of a pancake ($8.95). Traditionalists can opt to order a home-style breakfast such as the biscuits and gravy served with country potatoes (half order $5.95, full order $7.95) or wait for afternoon hunger pangs and sate their grumbles with an appetizer of pulled-pork sliders ($6.99). Entree choices for post-meridian dining include flame-broiled apple-glazed pork chops topped with fire-roasted apple chutney and side-kicked by a seasonal vegetable and garlic mashed potatoes ($10.95) and the aquatic sea-meat adventure of mango tilapia ($9.95). An organic coffee and smoothie bar offers liquid sustenance for harried passersby and leisurely diners alike.
The blender operators at Juice Stop power bodies and please taste buds with a menu of smoothies and juices made from real fruits and vegetables. Blades slice through pineapple bits, blending in sherbet, yogurt, and coconut to create the Double Dribble smoothie, and the 4x8 smoothie combines skim milk, yogurt, honey, peanut butter, and bananas for liquid sustenance ($3.44–$4.44). Each thick beverage includes a free nutrient boost such as the daily blend, with 51 vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that supplement nutrition, or the intensity blend, with creatine, potassium, and phosphates to power trips to Europe via row boat. Drinkable salads in the form of veggie-combo juices combine carrots with other healthy options such as parsley, apples, and spinach ($3.69–$4.91), and just-crushed oranges tickle tongues with a sweet juicy tang ($3.97–$5.14). Hands grip hot drinks, warming fingers with the Top Shelf—apple and cranberry juice brewed with cloves and cinnamon—or the Alpine Slide, a cascade of mint and hot chocolate pouring over a scoop of vanilla yogurt ($2.80–$2.95).
Bosco's Bar & Grill delivers a menu bursting with classic bar fare to diners in need of savory satisfaction. Delve into a starter of chili-cheese waffle fries sided with sour cream ($5.99 for a double order), or play a game of pick-up baseball with cheese-filled Bosco sticks ($5.79) and battered white-cheddar cheeseballs ($5.99). Water your taste buds with any of nine appetizer sauce options, such as sweet chili, hot sauce, and honey garlic, and watch as they blossom into taste flowers. Bosco's chefs top bald 1/3-pound burgers with a tasty toupee of lettuce, onion, tomato, and pickle, then punch up the flavor with additional mouthwatering edibles. Beef-buffs tuck in with the mushroom swiss Bosco ($7.79), or celebrate third breakfast with the fried-egg-crowned egg 'n' bacon Bosco ($7.79). For those looking to impress dates with utensil-twirling skills, selections such as the house chili ($3.99 for a bowl) and the gardeny house dinner salad ($2.99) provide a tasty staging area.