At La Fonda Restaurant, orders of adventurous Latin cuisine such as ranchero steak with fried egg, creole beef tongue, and fried red snapper arrive artfully plated on white serving ware. By night, the restaurant turns into a nightclub with streamers hanging from the ceiling and live entertainment gracing a purple glowing stage. Past events include performances by live DJs and throwback dance parties featuring hits of ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s.
At Pasha Restaurant & Hookah Lounge, guests puff wisps of sweetly flavored smoke from bubbling hookahs, marveling at live performances of Middle Eastern music and dance. DJs spin futuristic tunes as singers croon and belly dancers twist and shimmy, making for a captivating performance to complement a feast of Mediterranean food, juices, and relaxing smoke.
Seated at booths or on an outdoor patio with brick floors, patrons of Pizza Stop and Pasta bite into New York-style pizzas with toppings such as baby spinach, roasted garlic, and sweet Italian sausage. Chefs also pile hero sandwiches with cold cuts and, bake pasta dishes, and toss chicken wings with tangy sauces.
Each of Thai Star Hoshi’s fried-rice, curry, stir-fried, and noodle dishes are flavored with chicken, shrimp, duck, or a medley of veggies. In the kitchen, a chef slowly stirs red curry simmering in a pot as pineapple fried rice browns in a nearby pan. Another chef slathers garlic sauce over broccoli and stir-fries noodles in a sweet brown sauce.
Taco Vida’s chefs pride themselves on using fresh ingredients in their dishes, each one made to order. They supersize burritos, with 14 inches of tortilla wrapped around shredded pork, ground beef, and chipotle chicken. They also tuck grilled mahi mahi into tacos and veggies between quesadillas' tortillas. To top off Mexican meals, guests can sample complimentary salsa from the salsa bar.