One of the best-kept secrets in town – who knew? It's been open for almost 20 years, serving succulent, tender pork; fabulous soup; and all of your other Tex-Mex favorites.
When the gang's hungry, take a crowd to eat in or arrange to have them cater your next outdoor fish fry.
When the gang's hungry, take a crowd to eat in, or arrange to have them cater your next outdoor fish fry.
is a comfortable family restaurant with something on the menu to please everyone. Try the fried green tomatoes.
The offerings from Jae Kim’s brick and mortar "Home of the Kimchi Fries" should be as yummy as that of the popular trucks. The menu is slightly different, sporting Kimchi fried rice balls containing rice, cheddar, Monterey Jack, nori, and gochujang, but retains plenty of crowd favorites.
If Mom's barbecue sauce doesn't bring you back, Joe Bob's Beans will. You'll also feast on ribs, brisket, sausage, turkey, ham, and even barbecued bologna.
offers all of your family's favorites at affordable prices without MSG. Flavors are based on rich stocks, and sauces contain a minimum of oil. The deep-fried items are crispy, and what lies under the thin batter are fresh ingredients.
Definitely try the General Tso's chicken, a standout with a sinus-clearing spice rating. The hot-and-sour soup also leaves a pleasant, peppery afterburn.
This quiet neighborhood restaurant has been around for quite some time and provides good, fresh, standard Chinese fare at reasonable prices.
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