The island-fare artists at Jammin Jerk BBQ season meats and stir up curries to produce a savory menu of Caribbean-style barbecue. Jerk cooks rub spice on oxtail ($12–$14) and jerk chicken ($9–$11) to fill dinner plates, and eager fingers grab at sauce-slathered wings ($8–40) spiced with flavors such as ginger mango or sweet garlic chili. Alternatively, a mountain of chicken or pork erupts through the 12-inch hero crust of a filling Jamwich ($8.99; $1.49 extra for both fillings) like a spicy, slow-cooked lava flow.
Seafood reigns supreme at Eddie's Chesapeake Bay Crabhouse. The dinners include shrimp and oyster 6-pieces, while the sandwich roster features lump crab cake and flounder. To complement their formerly swimming entrees, the staff prepares sides such as cornbread, baked beans, and potato salad.
Healing Time Coffee Cafe moves beyond the bean bounds to offer patrons a small squadron of smoothies, sandwiches, and inventive cuisine. Breakfast fans can feed on a grilled cheese sandwich with apple or tomato ($2.79+), or a belgian waffle ($2.79) to vanquish stomach voids. The noon-time meal means open season for unsuspecting sandwich combos such as smoked ham with baby swiss cheese ($7.95) or the crowd-pleasing chicken cordon bleu flatbread melt ($7.99). Coffee varieties offer roasted goodness from all five corners of the globe with eye-opening Columbian supremo, Kenya AA, and more ($1.50+), and amour waits around the corner with a strawberry-fortified Love Splash smoothie ($3.65–$4). Free WiFi allows customers to immediately blog their food reactions while simultaneously playing an online text-based role-playing game.
Each day, the cooks at Spaghetti Eddie’s Pizza Café knead fresh dough for stuffed pizzas, white pizzas, and specialty pies layered with fresh toppings. They also bake pasta dishes in a stone oven and dust crisp calamari with parmesan cheese. A children's menu offers chicken tenders, hot dogs, and other kid-friendly favorites, and a full bar caters to the tastes of the 21 and older crowd.