The Steak Out Restaurant & Saloon ropes in a loyal clientele of hungry ranchers with a full menu of mesquite-grilled steaks cut in-house. Slide into a booth beneath the restaurant's rustic wagon-wheel chandeliers and warm up with homemade chips and salsa ($4.95)—or make a healthy choice with deep-fried zucchini ($5.95) sourced directly from locally grown deep-fried gardens. For the main event, savor slow-roasted prime rib ($18.95–$25.95), or test one's stomach dimensions with the T-bone ($25.95). Mesquite-grilled Back Bay pork ribs ($16.95 for a half-rack) marinated in beer leave digits dripping with tangy sauce, and a pair of lamb chops served with mint jelly ($20.95) is easy to share with first dates or sock puppets. All dinners come entouraged by a salad with secret Steak Out dressing, cowboy beans, and a choice of ranch fries, baked potatoes, or vegetables.
Fast casual, clean, consistent. Every menu item, including the hot dogs and fries are cooked to order! We offer something for every member of the family...dogs, burgers, italian beef, marinated and grilled chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers & fresh salads! We are also proudly serving Breyer's Ice Cream!!
Characterized by its simplicity and uncanny resemblance to Sophia Loren, Neapolitan pizza is made with the freshest and healthiest ingredients—including ripe tomato sauces, homemade mozzarella cheese, and your choice of high-quality toppings—and then baked in a wood-fired brick oven and served crispy and piping hot. Vero Amore is one of the few VPN-certified establishments to serve the authentic Neapolitan pie, owing to super-owner brothers Aric and Joshua Mussman’s training at the world-renowned Verace Pizza Napoletana academy in Naples in 2006. Keep it simple with the classic margherita pizza ($9.50–$10), sample a smokier savory with the pizza anima with andouille sausage ($11–$12), or dine with a Medici's opulence and order the pizza lussuria's mélange of genoa salami, garlic, and crushed red peppers ($10.50–$11). Vero Amore's menu also offers a variety of Italian appetizers and entrees. The prosciutto caprese salad ($9.50–$10) and steamed clams in a garlic white-wine sauce ($13) are sure to delight pizza cynics and college freshmen alike. Finish off your Tour de Naples with homemade panna cotta ($5.50) or a chocolate-chip cookie baked in the brick oven and served with ice cream (both $5.50).
Chefs at Jimmy's American Bistro hatch a menu of meaty entrées and crunchy fried starters slathered in homemade sauces. Dining duos kick-start patriotic feasts with the star-spangled all-American appetizer sampler, which includes sauce-slathered buffalo wings, crunchy fried green tomatoes, juicy chicken tenders, and fried provolone—half-moons of mild cheese festooned with italian breading and accompanied by dunk tanks of ranch dressing and zesty marinara sauce. Then, pairs can corral two dinner entrées in their table pen. Savor a pot roast’s melt-in-your-mouth meat morsels, who don a flowing frock of creamy gravy before making a celebrity cameo on the plate. Alternatively, herbivores can craft a personalized veggie platter by melding any five meatless sides.
The chefs at Nana's Kitchen concoct a classic menu of sizzling tacos, burritos, and desserts according to recipes the proprietor learned from her grandmother, a restaurant owner in Agua Prieta, Mexico. A juicy, grilled Angus-beef flank steak cozies up to a love-struck cheese enchilada in the tampiqueña dinner special ($14.59). Alternately, munch the fried-egg-battered green pepper of the chili relleno ($10.98), or excavate savory ground beef and potatoes from the piping-hot interior of the Nana's Special burrito wrapped in a homemade tortilla ($8.99). For dessert, the spongy pastel de las tres leches bathes in three kinds of milk to acquire a rich, creamy texture and maintain a youthful complexion ($5.59). On some weekend nights, guests can abscond to the full bar to sip several dozen varieties of tequila—not included in today's Groupon—as they groove to live mariachi music.