Embodying the spirit of the frontier, Pioneer Pub embarks on a culinary tour of classic American eats with its menu of homemade pizzas and half-pound Angus burgers. Accessorizing cooks ready dough disks for the gustatory ball with a variety of pizzas, including the Pub Special festooned with sausage, pepperoni, and a smattering of veggies ($13 for 12", $18 for 16"). Salsa-verde flurries and southwestern seasonings dust the Santa Fe burger's half-pound of meaty terrain ($6.99), and avalanches of coleslaw and shoestring fries bury the deep-fried walleye pike ($12.99). Taste buds pack the Philly cheese steak ($7.99) before trekking through sudsy Guinness rivers or navigating the fruity billows of the eatery's ever-changing wine list, or sample local brews at upcoming beer tastings.
Plovers Drive Thru treats visitors to quick, delicious offerings of classic American eats, from juicy burgers topped with cheese and bacon, to tasty snacks of fried jalapenos and zucchini. Guests chow down on crispy crinkle-cut fries and onion rings and sip on creamy mint and sweet berry shakes.
After visitors to Habibi’s Gyros and Kabob House pass under the striped awning, they'll likely be greeted by the rich aromas of Mediterranean spices. Specializing in the dishes of Turkey, Greece, and North Africa, the cooks prepare steaming gyros as well as spicy Moroccan chicken and masala curries. A wall of booths draped with curtains and ornate decor lend the space a seductive feel. On some nights, belly dancers sashay across the tiled floor.