Seasoned staffers wheel a small cart directly up to dining room tables, where they smash avocados into a palatable paste of fresh guacamole right before guests' eyes. This appetizer fuels treks through Cinco de Mayo Amigos Cantina's lengthy menu, which spotlights Mexican favorites infused with authentic ingredients such as pork carnitas, carne asada, and spicy mole sauce. The restaurant's exposed brick walls house weeknight karaoke, as well as other weekly events including Salsa Night on Saturday, Ladies' Night on Thursday, and Day Planner Appreciation Night on Tuesday. On the outdoor patio, guests can get their fill of fresh air and sunshine as they sample 20 varieties of margaritas.
From a booth in the Franklin Park Mall, Jonny Almond Nut Company coats pecans, cashews, almonds, and peanuts in more than 15 candy flavors in small batches made by hand. A conical bag of cinnamon-roasted almonds or honey-roasted cashews ($6 each) wards off the mall munchies, as the sound of their satisfying crunch wards off mall bears. More exotic coatings include english toffee, maple, and blueberry ($6 each). The stand also vends caramel- and candy-apples ($6 each) and a selection of frosty fruit smoothies ($5) in flavors such as strawberry, lemon lime, and wild berry—a rowdy amalgamation of raspberry, blueberry, grape, and liquefied teenage rebellion.
Chick-fil-A seasons and hand breads boneless cuts of breast meat before pressure-cooking morsels in 100% refined peanut oil to tender crispiness. Toasted, buttered buns flank each golden patty along with an entourage of dill-pickle chips that escort meals into mouths to the ecstasy of thousands of screaming taste-bud fans. Although this Groupon is valid for original sandwiches only, Chick-fil-A diners can also enjoy a variety of other delicious menu items in the Westfield Franklin Park location’s spacious, plant-accented dining room.
Schmucker's has cooked up traditional American comfort food in a casual setting ever since Grandpa Schmucker opened the doors more than 60 years ago. Served all day long, age-old breakfast and dinner classics, such as the steak and eggs ($6.99) and the hot meatloaf platter ($5.99), allow for tummy time travel, and sandwiches such as the grilled ham and cheese ($3.59) muffle midday munchies anytime by stuffing human breadbaskets.
Vito's great pizza and subs has 16 locations We make great specialty pizzas. Try our award winning Sweet Baby Rays BBQ pizza, or the Pizza Pallooza award winning Chicken Bacon Ranch pizza, or our Tony Packo pizza. My favorite is the Mediterranean, which won the Miller lite pizza challenge.