Más Mexicali Cantina's authentic south-of-the-border menu blazes with spicy morsels tucked into classic fare, including fajitas, enchiladas, and chimichangas. Endless chips and salsa offer a fitting introduction to the questionably finite Kitchen Sink burrito stuffed with a long list of fillings including chorizo, salsa roja, fire roasted chilis, and your choice of meats ($9.99+). Rival meat- and veggie-lovers can compromise with a table stocked with both pasilla braised short ribs ($12.99) and well-seasoned tofu tacos ($5.99–$8.49). Más Mexicali completes its collection of authentic eats with the unexpected flavorings of its house specialties, such as char-grilled honey chipotle salmon accompanied by grilled-pineapple pico de gallo ($14.99).
Duffer’s Pub appeases appetites with delectable bites from an eclectic menu of hearty comfort-food favorites. A lengthy list of sandwiches occupy fingers with bread-bound meat novellas such as the pretzel sandwich loaded with thinly sliced ham and bacon ($7.99) or the chicken avocado, featuring cool salsa avocado and pepper-jack cheese ($8.99). Carnivores can sate cravings with one of five different burgers or a full-size entree of dry-rubbed barbecue ribs that dole out a dollop of plate-bound comfort akin to freshly roasted footie pajamas ($15.99). Starters tempt tastebuds with promises of the town’s meatiest hot wings ($7.99 for a full order) and shareable tapas such as breaded green beans served with a wasabi-infused ranch sauce for dipping ($6.99).
• For $12, you get two games of bowling for two people (up to a $19 value) and two shoe rentals (up to a $5 value; up to a $24 total value). • For $24, you get two games of bowling for four people (up to a $38 value) and four shoe rentals (up to a $10 value; up to a $48 total value). • For $30, you get five admissions to Rock-N-Bowl (up to a $60 value), which takes place on Fridays from midnight to 3 a.m. and Saturdays from 10:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Rock-N-Bowl is open only to guests 18 and older.
Brandywine Ballet is something of a pas de trois. The Brandywine Ballet Theatre is the professional arm of the organization, and the troupe responsible for most of the traditional dance pieces in the company's annual repertoire. The Brandywine Ballet Company is the student branch, twirling proof of the school's rigorous and effective program. And then there's the Brandywine Contemporary, a daring outfit that specializes in new and emerging styles. The whole operation is an offshoot of the Dance Center, an educational program that prepares children for a pre-professional position by age 12.