The cooks at Firehouse Burger grill up scrumptious beef patties enlivened by free toppings and paired with a panoply of creamy milkshakes. Duos and quartets each select any one-patty burger from the eatery’s menu, which includes options such as the Ladder 41 bacon cheeseburger slathered in barbecue sauce and loaded with onion rings. After picking a base, patrons pile on opulent free toppings such as lettuce, tomato, and freshly minted 20-dollar bills. Hose down hearty bites of burger and crisp french fries with a 21-ounce fountain drink or an 8-ounce cherry, apple, or lemon milkshake. Diners can relax in the venue’s outdoor seating area and listen as the wind whispers winning lottery numbers into attentive ears, or they can admire the full-size fire truck that stands sentinel-like outside the eatery, lending it its name.
Hickory Kist inspires handheld architecture with its open-ended lineup of half-sandwich building blocks that layer veggies, cheeses, and up to two meats between bread bookends. Lunching duos and quartets can mix and match toppings for a crafty creation that pits tangy banana peppers against their sweet green cousins or pairs crunchy sprouts with equally crisp lettuce. Ham, salami, and turkey join up to split sating duties while american- and swiss-cheese generals hand down edicts to their provolone and pepper jack troops. Furthering the finger-food festival, Miss Vickie’s bagged crunchables run the potato-chip gauntlet from barbecue to salt and vinegar, as waves of Pepsi soft drinks crash onto satisfied stomach shores.
At each of Fat Cats' five locations, strikes and spares light up the screens of automatic scoring systems. Bowling balls roll and skip down lanes in normal conditions, against retractable bumpers, or under the fluorescent glow of Thunder Alley, when the facility transforms into a music-filled fusion of a bowling alley and dance club. Each lane's crashing pins echo the softer clacking of putters at the glow-in-the-dark miniature golf course and the ringing lightshow of the arcade. Elsewhere, the scents of pizza and deep-fried bowling balls waft through the fun haven. Each Fat Cats location partners with different restaurants, including The Pizza Factory at its Salt Lake facility and Champzz Bar at the Westminster location.
Fast, fresh and friendly!! Delicious hot dogs on a stick cooked fresh to order, refreshing ice cold lemonade made at least every two hours...it doesn't get any fresher than this!! Also serving some awesome vegetarian menu items!
After selling his Brazilian import store, Brazilian-born J.R. Lopez opened Braza Grill, a rodizio-style steak house reminiscent of the barbecue restaurants in his home country. Servers tote skewers loaded with pork sausage, garlic-infused tenderloin, and other meats from table to table, offering unlimited portions and variety to hungry diners. An open fire pit cooks the bacon-wrapped chicken and pork loins along with pineapples for a sweet sidekick. Patrons can stretch their legs and nonchalantly loosen their belts during trips to the hot and cold buffet stocked with pastas, salads, and a brazilian black-bean stew called feijoada, according to CityWeekly.
With its traditional Hawaiian plate lunches, sandwiches, and salads, Hawaiian-owned Pounder's brings a delicious whiff of the Pacific to mostly landlocked north-central Utah. Its simple menu features a carnivorous cornucopia of grilled meaty treats made fresh daily. Pundits of porcine and poultry products can savor the kalua pork, a pile of pulled pork slow-cooked to luau-worthy perfection, and four different chickeny preparations, including chicken katsu, a chicken breast lightly breaded with Japanese panko and served with delectable katsu sauce for dipping. Beefy fare includes the kalbi marinated beef short ribs and the protein-packing Loco Moco, a seasoned hamburger patty smothered in a bedlam of eggs and brown gravy, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.