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A low-profile restaurant that you'd normally see in the movies, Freeman's offers a gastronomic delight to its loyal patrons and newcomers both! With extended space and intimate dining rooms, the restaurant is designed to look like some sort of hunting cabin and presents awesome flavors of American, Irish and English cuisines. Professional and expedient staff at this wonderful eatery won't disappoint or give you a reason to complain. In addition to this, the well-cooked food items are enough to keep guests coming here without any encouragement! So, go ahead and enjoy!
This is a Tex-Mex restaurant with a theme that also doubles up as a sort of metropolitan museum of cowgirl memorabilia. There are pictures and mementos of cowgirls, rodeo stars and country singers everywhere, and a popular gift shop. This is a fun-filled family spot, but it gets rather noisy. The food is made up of fajitas, nachos, catfish, ribs, chicken fried steaks, Chuck Wagon Chili, Texas onion loaf, enchiladas and chops, margaritas and "pearly gates" (pina coladas).
Are you possessed with the nagging urge for chocolate that you just can not get over? Well, this dessert house will bail you out with its notorious cocoa concoctions. Sip hot, dark or white chocolate, or a creamy, fragrant cappuccino. To break your fast in the morning there are strawberry-topped waffles, peanut butter brioche French toast, or bagels and pastries. Then crepes, lasagna, sausages, salmon quiche, salads and soups are up for grabs for lunch. Let your kids squeal over the specialties crafted for them in the menu. If you are prone to piling on the pounds, avail of the reduced calories menu that cuts back the flab while you take the choco ride!
For a taste of old school New York, come to this former apothecary, now the Brooklyn Farmacy. The Farmacy now is a classic soda fountain, where guests can come get a taste of delicious ice cream and nostalgia. Monster sundaes, milkshakes, egg creams and sparkling sodas are what the place is really known for. However, they also offer up a solid menu of classic American dishes like grilled cheese or meatloaf sandwiches. Kids and adults alike can enjoy the tasty offerings in this delightfully old timey soda fountain.
Mari Vanna is a delightful Russian eatery named after a fictional Russian babushka. The restaurant's owners have attempted to recreate the ambiance of a typical old-world Russian grandma's home. Even the restroom at Mari Vanna sports old world fittings and walls that are papered with pages from old Russian newspapers. The food and beverage menu at Mari Vanna includes 78 brands of premium vodka and several homemade infused brews, which have flavors like watermelon, horseradish, apricot and more. They also offer traditional Russian fares, like herring under a fur coat (herring and vegetable salad), pelmeni (Veal Dumplings) and borscht with pompushka (beet soup with beef). This place offers a prix-fixe lunch menu all week and a brunch menu on the weekends.
Visitors can experience the mysteries of being aboard a sunken boat while also enjoying fresh seafood onboard the Frying Pan. The Frying Pan was a former lightship, but eventually fell into disrepair and sunk due to a broken engine. It was bought by its current owners and repaired in the 1980s and now serves as a popular bar and grill. However, the ship still retains its sunken look in the lower levels in order to acknowledge the Frying Pan's long history.
Hofbrau Bierhaus is a German beer hall serving a rotation of German beers on tap in hefty full liter glasses. The waitresses wear typical Bavarian barmaid garb for the full-on Munich effect. The service is chipper and they even serve a boot of beer. The food selection includes all things starchy, meaty and Deutsche, like different wursts and schnitzels. However, the main reason to go is for the easy beer-drinking vibe rooted in the German-ness of the place. You can even join the Stein Club, here you can store your stein at the bar.
Sit down with a fantastic margarita, and become mesmerized with the waitress who saunters over to the table to take your order. The waitresses are actually guys, as this place is staffed by drag queens. Naturally, they create an interesting ambiance. Guests soak up the scene while dining on American cuisine like fresh pasta, chicken and nachos, which can all be washed down with a strong cocktail.
This old-time diner oozes nostalgia with its carefully preserved 1950s-diner decor, which includes several vintage Coca Cola bottles, sourced from all over the world, that line its storefront. The menu at the Lexington Candy Shop includes several old-time favorites like egg creams, frosted malts, floats, sundaes and drinks like root beer, which are made the old fashioned way with syrup and carbonated water. The diner’s menu also features a wide array of sandwiches, salads and burgers, along with desserts like cheesecakes and jelly doughnuts.