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Garage Bar & Grill quells meaty yearnings with plates of beefy splendor and rows of sushi, all under the hiss and roar of 50 flat-screen televisions. The eclectic menu packs more action and adventure than a world tour guided by Jean Claude Van Damme, featuring global gastronomy such as the Cuban Lime pizza, with garlic-parmesan butter, citrus-marinated chicken, and red peppers ($16.90 for a large), or the Sesame Oriental quesadilla ($7.90), exploding with gooey mozzarella cheese. Alter internal temperatures with the Cool and Spicy burger ($8.90), where crispy onions, jalapeños, avocado, pepper-jack cheese, and a slathering of spicy mayo smother Angus beef with blankets of flavor. Meanwhile, the sushi bar rolls out cylindrical delicacies such as the California roll ($6.90) and the Green Flash roll ($13.90), great for filling stomachs or crafting rice replicas of famous skyscrapers.