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For a gluttonous dining experience of meat fiesta, Texas de Brazil leaves no stone unturned. This restaurant chain inspired by traditional Brazilian Churrascaria is renowned for their all-you-can-eat fare and salad bar. With over 50 items on their seasonal salad counter, make sure you are diligent enough to keep room for your feast later. Once your place card is set to green, a bevy of carvers will throng at your table-side to carve a variety of top quality cuts. These include the likes of beef, pork, Brazilian sausage and chicken. Accompaniments feature Brazilian cheese bread that is baked on-site and other traditional sides. Complement your meal with wine from their wide wine list. Round off with decadent desserts if there is room for more. The rustic, elegant decor complements the cuisine served at this place.
Hockeytown Cafe is garish and gaudy, with the one of the brightest video screen and ticker scroll outside, along with a gigantic hockey puck and images of Wings legends. The inside is massive, memorabilia-choked and always crowded. The beer is cooled by a seven-inch-wide "ring of ice" and the food is more varied than the usual sports bar fare.
Look for the giant horse on the roof and you'll know you've found Green Dot Stables. This horse-racing themed restaurant is a true delight to see with its brick walls and equestrian paraphernalia adorning the walls. Nowhere else will you find such an extensive selection of sliders of all kinds. Green Dot Stables also serves up six different types of fries and a good number of salads. The full bar offers any number of cheap and delicious cocktails and beers.
A rewarding dining adventure, the Blue Nile offers ample portions of traditional Ethiopian food. Guests sit on small chairs a foot and a half above the ground and eat from a common platter formed by a large flat loaf of injera bread. Try the yebeg alecha (lamb cooked in herbal butter with onions and green peppers), doro wat (chicken simmered in a thick, zesty sauce) or any of a large number of vegetable dishes.
An upscale establishment, the Melting Pot prides itself on presenting a fun and communal atmosphere. Fondue is the theme of choice, and few meals are as flavourful and delicious as dipping all sorts of food concoctions into cheese, or other types of warm melted delights. Kids 12 and under eat for free on Sundays. Open daily starting at 11:30am.
If you're looking for a truly whimsical dining experience, head to the Mad Hatter. This bistro, bar and tea room features an Alice in Wonderland theme that can be seen everywhere, from the crazy clocks to the doorknobs, Alice illustrations and other special touches that make a trip to Mad Hatter truly wonderful. Visitors can opt for a full bistro meal of internationally-inspired dishes, or for afternoon tea (by reservation only,) complete with tea sandwiches and scones. Alice lovers will delight in a trip to the Mad Hatter.