MoMak's, voted 19th best burger in Texas in 2009 by Texas Monthly magazine, quells carnivorous cravings with its bucket of mini burgers and other selections from its extensive menu. The Mo mushroom swiss burger nestles under a blanket of ranch, melty swiss cheese, and sautéed mushrooms ($6.99), and Mo's ground turkey burger, dressed with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, and creamy cranberry mayo dressing, delivers a taste of Thanksgiving in burger format ($6.49). Pay homage to the eponymous earl with the philly steak sub ($8.99), or buffalo chicken kaiser sandwich ($7.99), or douse hunger fires with bucketfuls of fries and onion rings ($3.99–$8.99).
The Blue Bull is a new spot that serves up savory American fare and cocktails in a lively atmosphere. Lavish taste buds with signature burgers like the Blue Bull Burger, its fresh hand-pattied ground beef draped in blue cheese and topped off with crispy smoked bacon and onion tanglers ($8.99). Or take on the Kansas City strip steak, served with Texas Toast and a half-pound of fries ($7.99). Their martini list bursts with tasty concoctions like Bubblegum and Jungle Boogie for sipping at their comfy outdoor patio, or while various foreign and domestic beers act as thoughtful gifts to recently undammed mouths.
At Icon Nightclub, droves of partygoers dance to pumping tunes on one of the city's most expansive dance floors. Revelers can energize themselves for late-night shimmying with drinks or sharpen multi-tasking skills by simultaneously dancing the funky chicken and the Harlem shake. Premium sips help foster an air of refinement, and imported beers help drinkers cultivate a sense of worldliness through hoppy osmosis. On Thursday and Saturday nights, Cadence lights up the club stage with rhythmic jams that earned the group a top 10 spot on America's Got Talent and vehement shushes from the nation's librarians.