Carefully balancing starter platters stacked with housemade cornbread and frozen margaritas, the servers at Casa del Sol wind their way through the tables on the outdoor deck overlooking the water. As diners dig into burritos, the flavors of chicken or carnitas meld with garnishes of mango and pineapple or with ingredients from one of four other unique burritos. Meat dishes span many styles, from pork-loin medallions with garlic-adobo sauce to enchiladas verdes with a choice of meat or cheese filling. The inside dining area's bright yellow and purple walls adorned with paintings of whirling dancers complement the bright flavors of the dishes, often delicately evoked by cilantro, poblano chili pepper, or guacamole.
At The Right Step, instructors Dakota Windancer and Gwen Engel school steppers of all levels during private and group dance lessons. Combined, Dakota and Gwen boast nearly a half-century's worth of dancing and training experience, and over that time, they've developed their own unique curriculum for teaching others how to move. The pair does so atop The Right Step's 3,000-square-foot dance floor, where they guide students during beginner through intermediate sessions, as well as specialty styles including ballroom and Latin.
At Naples 15, chef Salvatore Di Scala shares the experience of his travels with guests?not through photos, or souvenirs, but through his food. A native of Naples, Italy, Chef Di Scala has built his menu around true Neapolitan cuisine. It includes pizzas named after beloved Italian songs, as well as dishes recommended by Chef Di Scala himself, such as the aragosta alla don Salvatore: fresh lobster tail baked in a wood oven and served with cherry tomatoes, garlic, and parsley.
Slide Food Cart parks in front of the University Bookstore Monday–Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to prepare gourmet sliders using ingredients from local spots like Weber's Bakery. Patrons can choose fillings such as mozzarella-stuffed meatballs with housemade marinara, buffalo chicken with blue cheese crumbles and carrot-celery tapenade, or slow-cooked beets with creamy dressing, and can pair meals with sides such as housemade potato chips with dip.
We Offer Hunan, Szechuan and traditional Style cooking, we hand picks only the finest meats and freshest vegetables, cooked in pure vegetable oil to bring out the true flavors of authentic Chinese cooking. Our extensive menu offers a wide selection of dishes ranging from traditional to modern recipes.
Copper Gable Cafe's cooks sate daylight diners with fresh-baked goods and savory, meaty fare. The breakfast menu brims with egg-based eats, ranging from a standard egg sandwich ($4.25) to a tummy-settling Hangover burrito packed with eggs, cheese, seasoned potatoes, breakfast meats, salsa, and two additional hours of sleep ($5.92). A variety of fresh-baked bagels ($0.80–$1.20), croissants ($1.50), and muffins ($2) pair with fresh-brewed cups of Alterra-brand coffee ($1.55–$1.95). The crafty nutrition wranglers also lasso lunch eats into wraps and paninis ($5–$6) and the build-your-own salads allow artistic expression in a medium tastier than acrylics ($4.50–$6).