Though The Frisco Bar initially opened to provide the people of Frisco with a neighborhood hangout, the eatery is far from a typical bar. Sure, the menu is dotted with traditional bar food, such as burgers, pizza, and fish and chips, but these hearty meals also share page-space with more upscale feasts, including fish and tenderloin tacos, sweet-potato fries, and lumpia rolls packed with ground pork, carrots, and sprouts. To complement meals, bartenders pour glasses of cabernet, sauvignon blanc, and pinot grigio, and concoct nine unconventionally flavored martinis, from chocolate-covered raspberry to cinnamon apple pie. During their visit, patrons can sink into the eatery’s soft leather and velvet seating, play shuffleboard and darts, or test new pick-up lines on sports announcers broadcasted across the bar's collection 50-inch HD TVs.
Pool tables, 12 televisions, weekly poker nights, and a menu compiled of traditional Irish fare make this establishment a neighborhood institution. Start the evening with an order of Rover Nuts, breaded and fried orbs of mashed potatoes, onions, cheese, bacon bits, and jalapeños ($6 for six). A Rover Rueben piles sauerkraut, thousand-island dressing, melted swiss, and corned beef or turkey on marbled rye ($9), and the shepherd's pie tucks away seasoned ground beef and vegetables in a savory gravy-topped crust suitcase ($12). Though beverages are not included in this Groupon, Irish Rover also boasts 39 draft beers and additional bottled options.
Sigree Bar & Grill's name may refer to a traditional style of slow cooking over charcoal in an iron stove, but the atmosphere trades the classic for the contemporary. A sleek ebony bar, high-backed booths with gold accents characterize the dining room, immersing guests in a modern style echoed in fusion-influenced Indian dishes and servers who only dress in next year's fashions. Chef Mohammed Saleem Miah, who specializes in Indian cuisine, satisfies both meat eaters and vegetarians with dishes such as grilled rack of lamb over green herb sauce or bhagara baingan?eggplants stuffed with freshly saut?ed and ground spices.
But Sigree doesn't neglect guests looking for a more familiar Indian dining experience. The menu also features samosas, tandoori chicken kebabs, saag paneer, and biryani. If the lamb vindaloo gets too hot for diners, they can pause to sip a glass of wine, an imported beer, or an exotic cocktail. And its high-end appearance doesn't stop Sigree from offering $8 lunch specials that help hungry locals power through the rest of the day.
Name something you don't like about going to the gym, and chances are good that Brickhouse Cardio Club has done something to fix it. For one, members build a personal connection with their instructors, since every instructor is full-time and leads classes at the same time every week. Even before they join, members engage with the staff in a preliminary one-on-one session to go over their health history and determine their fitness goals. Even the studios have been meticulously designed to give women their best workout ever: the specialized hardwood floors are easy on the joints, and powerful sound systems help energize students and drown out the tiny cries of calories burning. The formula has worked well, as the club has established locations in nearly two dozen US states, plus one in Ontario.
Find delicious sandwiches at other American favorites at Chili's.
Both low-fat and gluten-free options are available here.
Don't go thirsty during dinner! Chili's also offers a splendid drink list featuring wine, beer, and more.
Head to Chili's for a happy hour that aims to please.
The large dining space at Chili's provides quick and easy seating options for large groups.
Volume at this restaurant can reach upper decibels, so come prepared to raise your voice to be heard.
Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Chili's' cooking from the comfort of their own home.
Call Chili's for catering if you have a big event coming up.
Menu items at Chili's tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
It's likely that plenty of people visit Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill wanting nothing more than a burger and a beer. However, they'll find a lot more than a meal. 50 televisions fill the bar, including a 3D widescreen number, and each booth has a television all to itself. When guests tear their eyes away from baseball or bowling, they can take part in some good old competition themselves, throwing darts, playing shuffleboard, or Jenga-ing with a giant Jenga. A covered patio offers fresh air, which comes in handy: patrons can fill their lungs before heading into karaoke and belting out the latest high-pitched Mariah Carey sounds.