In addition to the sandwiches on fresh bread, daily soups, and hand-tossed salads, you'll find tasty pastries.
It's in the airport. Are you in the airport? Are you going to the airport? You'll find this there.
This 24-hour chain founded in 1934 is still serving those sirloin burgers and hand-dipped shakes that everyone loves. Don't forget onion rings and the little crock of beans.
A fast-casual taco concept from the folks behind P. Terry's.
Mexican breakfasts, sweet horchata, and the sunny red and white interior could whisk the fog out of anyone's morning brain.
Great location, conjunto on the jukebox, and some of the best enchiladas rojas around.
This Union version of the popular Drag-Kingdom of the Cheesesteak (and non-chain!) opened up last year to great rejoicing. Also serves a decent selection of beer for the somewhat sparse over-21 bowling and pool patrons.
The crowds gathering at all hours attest to the loyal following Torchy's has developed. Look for crowdpleasers like their fried avocado taco or inventive takes like the ahi-tuna-filled Mr. Pink. Make sure to try the breakfast menu too.
This tiny hole-in-the-wall tortilla factory churns out fresh corn and flour tortillas throughout the day. But they also serve simple Mexican home cooking – like nopales con puerco, carne deshebrada, and picadillo – in tacos, gorditas, or plates with beans and rice. Don't leave without a container of one of their splendid salsas.
The famous round waffle, the crushed ice – you can have that and more 24 hours a day here.
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