Gatti-town’s all-you-can-eat buffet feeds the fires in gamers’ bellies with an unlimited downpour of more than 40 edible options. Pile tongues with aisles of entrees that include pizzas, pastas, salads, cheese sticks, cinnamon sticks, and desserts such as the dutch apple treat pizza ($3.99–$6.99 per person for buffet plus $0.99–$1.49 each for beverages). Big-screen TVs in the dining rooms begin stuffing brains with entertainment to prepare them for a smorgasbord of automated amusement.
More than nine years ago, a tiny paintbrush dipped into hunter-green paint to accentuate a leaf on a tree––one of hundreds of trees that inhabit the full-wall mural of Sinbad's private dining area. Now a star-like background of twinkling string lights watches over a buffet with never-ending portions of hummus, kebabs, and warm gyros. More than just Mediterranean, the preservative-free menu mingles with traditional Persian recipes and Indian dishes such as golden samosa. As patrons wash down steak and veggie kebabs with a cold brew, they can peek into the banquet room to plan a future get-together for up to 60 people or swing from the chandelier in hopes of a three-point landing in a spoonful of hummus.
Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant serves up south-of-the-border classics with a menu of tamales, burritos, quesadillas, and chimichangas. Diners can dig into the chile relleno?a poblano pepper stuffed with beef or chicken and cheese?or shrimp cocktails served with jalapenos, avocado, and cilantro. The menu features more than 20 specialty dishes, including Tacos Alcarbon: two flour tortillas filled with steak or chicken fajita meat, served with house-made Mexican barbecue sauce, rice, beans, and avocado.