Black tapioca pearls bob at the bottom of Boba Suite's drinks, their flavors of sweet potato, cassava root, and brown sugar lending a chewy contrast to the fruit and tea swirling above. These drinks begin, as they usually do, with liquids: teas in flavors such as passion-fruit oolong and yogurt green tea occupy menu space alongside lemonades, smoothies, and juices. Aside from the traditional black pearls, add-ons ranging from herb-infused jellies to fruit-flavor-packed pop bobas complete each drink, eventually settling at the bottom where they're sucked up by oversized straws or unusually strong lips. In addition to serving up its signature sips, Boba Suite also offers food options such as ramen bowls, homemade pastries, and an array of sandwiches.
The Burger Joint satiates carnivorous cravings with a savory selection of half-pound burgers and other toothsome edibles. While do-it-yourselfers craft a Diva Burger with toppings such as bacon, jalapeños, onions, and pickles ($6.94), others can opt for a specialty protein patty such as the Empire Burger, which is built up with apples, brie cheese, lettuce, and tomato ($6.94). To accommodate herbivores and those toting cow spirit animals, beefy patties can shape-shift into veggie patties, turkey meat, or grilled chicken breasts.
Peer up at the menu, and jump-start your morning with a breakfast pita, such as the morning glory, comprised of avocado, eggs, tomatoes, home fries, grilled green peppers, onions, and your choice of cheese and zesty sauces ($5.95). Don't feel ashamed if your morning happens to be what other people call the afternoon, since breakfast pitas are served all day.
The chefs at Fisher Bay Restaurant curate a classic menu of sandwiches, grilled fare, and seafood at their serene, lakeside eatery. Sink fangs into the chicken parmesan ($13.99) or test taste buds' fortitude for piquant flavors with the spicy steamed shrimp, lightly dusted with Southern spices ($13.99). Share a mozzarella-laden, 16-inch one-topping pizza ($11.99) or scarf down a 12-ounce rib-eye steak forged by grill-savvy ironsmiths ($14.99). Outdoor diners can enjoy tranquil lakeside views and gather on brisk evenings around the fireplace to swap ghost stories and tales of twice-baked potatoes.