Roulette's Pizza’s talented sauce slingers craft made-to-order pies, the foundations of which come in regular, thin-crust, and gluten-free dough, upon which the staff piles combinations of 15 toppings. Large 14-inch pizzas patiently await topping trios, such as pepperoni, green olives, and pineapple. Feel free to forgo the rigors of building and priming a pie by choosing a specialty pizza worth up to the value of this Groupon, such as a 12-inch taco pizza packed with beef and a three-cheese blend. Or, enjoy a 12-inch bacon-cheeseburger pizza, which, like a house of cards or a writ of certiorari, is exactly what it sounds like. For those with special dietary needs, the kitchen team animates its dedication to gluten-free crusts by keeping and preparing their fixings in a separate and gluten-safe area.
Familiar, brightly colored prints—from Rosie the Riveter to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers—line the sunny walls of Scotty B’s Restaurant, where families and friends pull up to spacious tables or sink into plush booths. The cozy décor reflects the equally comforting menu of American classics, which offers homestyle favorites from burgers and pastas to hand-dipped shakes and breakfast omelets. Open at 6:30 a.m. each morning, the family-friendly restaurant’s cooks sizzle homemade breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and load up a heaping Sunday brunch buffet, which beckons families to dig in and try to build the world’s tallest french-toast-stick tower.
Pinatas dangle from the ceiling at Chaska My Love, giving them a perfect view of the restaurant's orange and red walls adorned with murals of iconic Mexican images and landscapes. Below, diners nestle into bright blue booths before tucking into plates heaped high with flavorful dishes, such as carne asada, sizzling fajitas, and guacamole made with fresh avocados. The menu offers a variety of authentic Mexican appetizers, entrees, and desserts, as well as antojitos, which translates to "little cravings" and refers to Mexican street food such as tacos and tamales.
Herradura's kitchen hums with the sounds of simmering Mexican sauces and sizzling meats. Chef Rita Castro fries up fresh shrimp, crab, and scallops for seafood fajitas, stuffs taquitos with beef or chicken, and adorns cheese enchiladas with pork, onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers. Bartenders blend natural juices into pitchers of mango, cactus fruit, and guava margaritas, drawing from an 18-year-old recipe formulated by brothers Raul and Oscar.
Tommy's Malt Shop induces nostalgia with a menu of malted milk shakes, hamburgers, and other classic comfort fare. With 16 different ice cream toppings that can be mixed and matched, made-to-order malts ($3.75–$4.75) arrive mouthside in unlimited flavor combinations that sippers can sprinkle with a variety of candy or fruit toppings, like most judicial summons. The pina colada malt combines strawberry, pineapple, and banana, while Emily's Favorite entreats sweet teeth with an avalanche of hot fudge and butterscotch. Chefs forge fresh burgers to order and with creative twists, such as the Pig Out burger made with a blend of bacon and ground beef ($8.50), or the Cowboy burger ($6.25), slathered in cheddar, barbecue sauce, and caramelized spurs. A garden salad ($7.25), homemade onion rings ($3.95) and a variety of classic sandwiches help round out memorable meals.
With a fire burning in a stone hearth and a porch overlooking the iridescent lake, the main dining room at Lord Fletcher's Old Lake Lodge recreates a classic lodge setting. The aromas of Chef Thomas Pivec’s gourmet steak-house cuisine fill the space year-round, ranging from grilled boneless rib eyes to cold-water lobster tails broiled with clarified butter. Private feasts are held in five banquet dining rooms, including a pub decorated with English house brass and a nautical room full of sailing artifacts and shelves full of murmuring squid.
Over in Lord Fletcher's newly remodeled Oar House, barkeeps pour more than 50 local, craft, and international beers that complement upscale bar snacks. Ten flat-screen TVs keep viewers up-to-date on sports, and sliding glass doors open onto the Wharf, Lord Fletcher's lakeside deck, which is the size of one football field or 100 one-yard models of football fields. There, chefs whip up casual dishes, bartenders man three full bars, and live musicians keep toes tapping every summer weekend. Competitors serve and spike volleyballs at three lakeside sand courts in warmer months, and broomball leagues kick off each winter when the lake freezes over.