Towne Square anchors appetites with a menu of classic American eats served from early morning to suppertime. Rev internal engines in the wee hours with a dozen silver dollar pancakes ($5.60), or the 2 + 2 + 2, a savory sum of french toast, eggs, and sausage or bacon ($6.40). Towne Square’s house-made baked french onion soup ($3.75) transitions tongues for lunch fare such as the Maui Mountain Salad, a flavorful eruption of grilled chicken breast, diced avocado, pineapple, and walnuts on iceberg lettuce, smothered in raspberry vinaigrette ($7.50). Like an eccentric millionaire’s feathered hat collection, dinner offerings are eclectic, ranging from Italian dishes and seafood to steaks, such as the broiled new york strip ($14.95), and the barbecue ribs and broasted chicken combo, which mixes finger-licking etiquette with the restaurant’s beloved poultry dish ($13.95).
True collaborators, husband-and-wife team Deanna and Phil Watkins keep their brainchild, Sweet Dream Desserts, running smoothly from the early hours of the day until closing time. Each morning, Deanna gets kitchens hopping and flings open the doors to usher customers in for a Continental-style breakfast complete with scones and sweet breads. Meanwhile, Phil prepares homemade soups, and sandwiches for the deli-style station and salad bar. The two also work together to offer a catering menu and custom cakes for a variety of occasions, from simple sheet cakes to elaborately designed wedding cakes.
Licensed chiropractor Dr. Nathan Stewart, of the eponymous Stewart Family Chiropractic, realigns corpuses and alleviates ailments including back pain, sleep trouble, and headaches. A 60-minute therapeutic massage kneads rigid muscles into lithe, limber appendage movers as stress beats a hasty retreat and tense tissues relax. During a chiropractic exam, the friendly physician runs a slew of tests to get a feel for which kinds of spine-refurbishing techniques would best get bodies into straighter shape or would help to relieve migraines, sciatica, or sleeping problems. If necessary, x-rays get a sneak peak into the spine's inner workings and assess skeletons for future careers as dancing skeletons.
The sandwich engineers at Rammy's Sub Contractors infuse savory breadstacks with house-made chipotle mayo and horseradish mayo. Meat mavens slow-roast Italian beef to lay the foundation for sandwiches including the Rammy's Radical, which houses a potent triumvirate of pesto, garlic spread, and provolone cheese. Guests can order at a counter backed with orange and black construction stripes, then settle into booths to dig into gargantuan oven-baked sandwiches with the help of tableside forklifts.
Mediterraneo has filled its DeKalb kitchen with Greek, Syrian, Lebanese, and Turkish recipes since 2009. Dates stuffed with feta and baba ganouj with pita wedges help kick off each meal, before waiters ferry over pies stuffed with savory pumpkin, kebabs of skewered lamb, and burgers topped with tahini and feta. In addition to serving BYOB lunches and dinners in its dining room, Mediterraneo also packs up entrees for carry-out and delivery orders, and caters celebrations such as birthdays and successful jury duty evasion.
Abraham's Bar & Grille hosts casual gatherings fueled by burgers and steaks. Whether dunking chips into spinach-artichoke dip, sipping beers, or tucking into a plate of shrimp scampi, guests at Abraham's have a slew of weekly events to choose from. Those who work late can conclude a long shift at 7 a.m. when Abraham’s opens just for third shifters, welcoming nighttime employees and billiards-loving lions with a full bar, hot food, darts, and karaoke. A DJ spins tunes on Fri-Tini Nights, when the bar becomes a dance club facilitated by discounted martinis and free appetizers. The restaurant is connected to the Hickory Grove Banquet & Convention Center, which houses five rentable halls.