Chefs use grass-fed beef, cage-free chicken, and steroid-free pulled pork that hail from sustainable sources to craft a bounty of tortilla-wrapped treats that take their names from the likes of Caddyshack, Fletch, and Seinfeld. It's this dual mindset of serious food and irreverent attitude that tinges every one of the eatery's southwestern morsels, from the Art Vandalay burrito to the John Coctostan quesadilla. As the kitchen staff crafts their daily batch of guacamole to join the lineup of six zesty salsas, diners choose from a list of more than 20 ingredients to fill out the entree that will soon be conjured before their eyes. Because dishes are made to order, each finds easy customization for vegetarian, gluten free, and low-calorie diets, and the absence of microwaves, trans-fats, and MSG keep eats wholesome. Meanwhile, a complimentary accompaniment of chips and salsa turns portions into full meals faster than an industry-grade blow-up ray.
The flaming, hollering wing-eater painted across the front window at Wings To Go serves as a fair warning to guests: some of the sauces are spicy. Such sauces are listed on the menu under fitting monikers like "suicide", "homicide", and "bar-b-cide" with cheeky captions such as "only on a dare" or "seriously guys, this is not to be used as a substitute for contact lens solution—not even in an emergency." There is, however, an array of milder varieties—including a buttery golden garlic, a sweet honey mustard, and a tangy teriyaki—in the eatery's lineup of 18 signature sauces. Cooks shower these flavorful concoctions onto boneless and traditional buffalo wings, or serve them as dipping sauces alongside crispy tenders and shrimp. They can also whip up seven varieties of chicken sandwiches, as well as philly cheesesteaks with onions and peppers.
Diners can enjoy meals perched on stools in the bright, cozy eatery, or opt for takeout to enjoy wings in the comfort of their home or office via online ordering.
At Hollin Hall Pastry Shop, master saccharin sculptors craft a bevy of baked delights, from European pastries to carefully composed cakes and hand-rolled truffles, which have earned them a slew of accolades. Quell sweet teeth with layered cake slices ($3.50) such as the vanilla bavarian, layered with seasonal fruit; the german chocolate, filled with coconut and pecan filling; or the raspberry chocolate marquis, infused with pixie tears and friendship. Those seeking to mix snacks with sips can pick from an expansive selection of pastries, tarts, and truffles ($2.50+) to pair with coffees, lattes, and cappuccinos ($1.40–$4). The shop also offers an array of breakfasty treats, such as fresh muffins ($1.85) and warm, flaky croissants ($1.65–$1.95) who can never remember a birthday.
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