Owner George Wade wants Steve's Cue and Grill to be a place where regulars and newbies mingle, knock back a few, and clink pool balls on one of the bar's 14 pool tables. As another stripe drives into the corner pocket, bar tables populate with 1/3-pound burgers, chili-slathered hot dogs, and platefuls of nachos and crispy fried appetizers. Guests can savor a philly steak sub or a spicy buffalo-chicken sandwich on the enclosed outdoor patio, peruse the eatery's retail billiards supplies, or surf the free WiFi for variations on the spelling of Steve, such as Stefan, Stephen, and Earl.
Over 20,000 items in our inventory including: LP's, 45's, 78's, CD's, DVD's, Local & Independent Music, Comics, Graphic Novels, Clothing, Turntables, Stereo Equipment & more. We also do special orders, so if there is anything you are trying to get ahold of please let us know!
Whether training to become professional dancers or exploring ballet as a hobby, students at Huntsville Ballet School hone their craft under the guidance of seasoned dance experts. Artistic director Phillip Otto taught master classes in ballet at Yale and Vassar College, and school director Rachel Butler danced and taught across the world in places like China, Australia, and Turkey. The school operates in tandem with the Huntsville Ballet, giving dancers an opportunity to audition for performances alongside the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Former students have gone on to study at prestigious dance schools across the nation, while others have become mirror models for bedroom danceoffs.
The cooks at Suck Creek Bar and Grill crowd a grill with sizzling patties and load hearty sandwiches with fried chicken, thick-cut bologna, and bacon. Patrons crack open a Budweiser ($2) while perusing a menu that promises starters of fried mushrooms ($4.25). Hearty specialty burgers ($3.75) romp on fluffy buns loaded with american, pepper jack, or colby queso. In a cozy dining room with crimson trim, a hamburger-steak dinner ($6.75) prepares diners for revelry like a save-the-date note from Bacchus. Fried-fish sandwiches ($3) arrive on a tidal wave of tartar sauce, and the crispy bacon and tomato slices of a time-tested BLT ($3.50) fuel karaoke performances and air-guitar smashing on Friday and Saturday nights.
Knuckleheads fuels sports fans' pumping fists with burgers and grill fare and lubricates their cheering tubes with more than 15 draft beers and more than 25 bottles of suds. The handcrafted, mellow Shiner bock and the crisp and spicy Olde Towne hefe swirl happily in the boozy hot tubs of Knuckleheads' microbrew vats. Activate beef teeth for combat against the Knucklehead Biker burger, a half pound of ground chuck painted in shades of barbecue and topped with an onion ring nestled in mushrooms and pepper jack ($8.99). The Knuckle sandwich ($11.99) strikes the mouth with a deep-fried chicken breast dipped in Knucklehead sauce and draped in jalapeño and bacon. Put the plant world on warning with a veggie wrap, stuffed with steamed spinach, avocado, and caramelized onions ($7.99). For a heartier helping of beef, head to the grill for a Cajun-blackened rib eye ($14.99).
More than 50 flat screen TVs spill their soft glow over Chips & Salsa Sports Bar, with NFL battles and UFC brawls scoring hearty cheers from sports fans who steal glances at a menu of casual bar fare. Traditional American favorites, including catfish and New York strip steak, headline the menu alongside succulent carne asada and red sauce-smothered burritos, facilitating a seamless fusion of American and Southwestern fare with a marked lack of deep-fried bolo ties. Soaring darts sail over spiraling pool balls as they clack across 10 billiards tables, neighboring a full-service bar where goggle-wearing mixologists concoct more than 1,000 specialty drinks while levitating limes with their mind.Chips & Salsa Sports Bar is an all-smoking establishment.