Il Ponte Cafe’s chefs bake a bridge between Italian classics and the flavors of the greater Mediterranean. Herb-crusted salmon basks in rich lobster sauce, seared atop a grill until patterned with perfect lines or a cross-hatched portrait of the chef. The spears of kebabs thrust through both land and sea meats, accompanied to the table by freshly made hummus, and a lively fattoush salad casts off parsley, tomatoes, onions, pickles, olives, pita crisps, and feta cheese into a leafy lagoon of romaine and iceberg lettuce.
Olives, tahini, feta cheese, and herbs accent Mediterranean Grill's recipes, lending their signature flavors to schawarmas, hummus, and fattoush salad. In addition to lamb shanks, seasoned roasted chicken, and other classic Mediterranean meats, the kitchen whips up pastas and grains that include a four-cheese penne rigate and vegetable curry served over a bed of rice. More than 20 wines from around the world color-coordinate with each dish, and Turkish coffee paired with desserts such as baklava top off each meal.
Jimmy's Egg achieves a delicate balance of good food and friendly service, dishing out breakfast and lunch with flawless table manners. Celebrate another successful sunrise by creating your own omelette or choosing one of Jimmy's own eggy envelope creations. A Popeye's revenge omelet ($6.99) bestows superhuman strength on sailors with bacon, mushroom, monterey jack cheese, and spinach. Eating Jimmy’s garbage breakfast (5.99) seems to slow down the rotation of the Earth as patrons dig out an escape route through the enormous pile of hash browns, grilled onions, bell pepper, and sausage. Strawberry waffles ($5.49) and french toast ($4.29) dusted with powdered sugar inspire ski vacations to the Alps with every bite, while lunchtime ushers forth classic sandwiches such as the BLT ($5.99) and grilled ham and cheese ($5.79). Or try the diner’s home-style entrees, such as pot roast ($7.99) and chicken-fried steak ($7.99). The Jimmy's Egg burger ($7.99), like Switzerland, is topped with shaved ham and one fried egg, refusing to take sides in the winner-take-all battle between breakfast and lunch.
The cozy café’s sweet aromas of freshly baked breads and pastries satisfy sniffers without even making them scratch the menu of morning and midday delights. Quiche Lorraine and quiche Florentine ($4), which are new additions to The Palette's bill of breakfast fare, whisper savory complements to sweet stacks of waffles ($4). For lunch, nosh a handheld pineapple-, grape-, and cashew-clad chicken-salad sandwich or a grilled meatloaf sandwich, both served on homemade bread ($6). Cleanse your esophagus with barista beverages such as chocolate café au lait ($3), tropical paradise iced tea ($1.50), citrus smoothies ($4), or raspberry or apple Hot Lips sodas ($3), and complete the sweet with a warm slice of apple pie with ice cream ($4) or carrot cake with cream-cheese frosting ($4).
Lil Joe's Dyne Quik is an old fashion valentine diner built in the 1950's with a 10 seat counter and 9 booths. We serve breakfast, lunch and always a daily special Monday - Friday. Here at Lil Joe's you can always get breakfast anytime. We are open from 6-2 Monday - Friday and 7-2 Saturday and Sunday.
Dairy Queen's iconic Blizzard treat—a concoction of soft-serve ice cream blended with special ingredients such as candy, fruit or cookies—turns 25 years old this year. In honor of the creamy delight's silver anniversary, Dairy Queen is highlighting 25 fetching flavors for Blizzard lovers. Unleash Maui in your mouth with the pineapple and banana slices of the Hawaiian Blizzard, or satisfy a thirst for theobromine with the Chocolate Xtreme Blizzard. Other flavors in the spotlight include Oreo, Raspberry Truffle, Cappuccino Heath, and French Silk Pie.