Restaurant critics, neighborhood regulars, and first time visitors always agree about Island Bar And Grill: the atmosphere is great, the food is superb, and the service is outstanding. The restaurant offers a casual atmosphere that is perfect for dining with friends, co-workers, and family members. The creative menu feature
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Manhattan's Bar & Lounge pairs savory personal pizzas with cold pours in a lively sports-bar atmosphere. Dining duos square off with a house salad, testing plate-to-mouth speed with crisp bites of romaine adorned by shredded cheese and bacon, then dappled with crunchy sunflower seeds. Chefs induce jealousy in stick figures with a pair of 9-inch classic-crusted pies or ultra-thin-crust pizzas gussied up with two meats or veggies such as italian sausage and artichokes. Meals are escorted to gastrointestinal glory with two draft beers or sodas before patrons saunter over to a pool table or the Wii for friendly competition. Diners can also sharpen their vocal skills at the karaoke mike. The bar's assortment of TVs regularly shows football games, whose scores multiply into the millions after being reflected through the tiny mirrors on the centrally located disco ball.
The English-style eatery boasts an attentive staff feting familial units and fans of comfort cuisine with a menu full of delectable sandwiches, burgers, salads, and more at three distinct and lively establishments. Devour a quintessential across-the-pond dish in portable form with the fish 'n' chips sandwich ($10.95) or shake hands with The Stranger ($6.99), which is actually just a Reuben you haven't met yet, packed with oven-roasted turkey breast, sauerkraut, melted swiss, and thousand-island dressing. The Sir Loin VIII ($9.49) dons a regal coat of sautéed onions across his 8-ounce center-cut meaty torso as he arrives on an open-faced chariot of texas toast. Herbivores hankering for historically delicious grub will delight in the Trojan Horse ($6.99)—a wrap designed to conceal an army of grilled seasonal vegetables and cheeses in a honey-garlic sauce—and adults in need of belly baby-sitting can dig into the D&D Daycare ($13.95), a medley of savory samples including boneless chicken bites, mini corn dogs, and mini cheeseburgers designed to elicit oversized grins of appreciation.