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His published works include numerous sermons and addresses.
I include them to point out that history is discontinuous.
She'd learned to stop thinking when in the ring with him and listen to her senses, to include the mind control talent.
The ground floor consisted of formal dining and living areas, to include a hearth whose chimney stretched all the way to the top of the condo, two stories up.
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On the south-eastern frontier the French Alps, which include Mont Blanc (15,800 ft.), and, more to the south, other summits over 11,000 ft.
They include the land tax,1 the personal and habitation tax (contribution personnelle-mobihre), and door and window tax.
While Jefferson's "all men are created equal" statement was not meant by him to include slaves, we have broadened the application of the principle and should continue to do so.
Boris Drubetskoy had asked the important personage on whom he was in attendance, to include him in the suite appointed for the stay at Tilsit.
He took in the various scenes, to include the local news, which blasted photos of the black skies and mounting waves of the tropical-storm-turned-hurricane.
The day before, she'd found quite a few treasures, to include the backpack, a flashlight, the key locker for the cars in the garage, and Jake's wallet, which happened to have a credit card, which she had secretly used to book a flight from Tucson to Virginia.
All four Dawkinses joined the showing, which grew to include a widow from Texas, an Illinois couple with a sixyear-old and a handholding pair of seventy-something's with different last names.
So we have three to check in the box we identified, if we include the one in Randolph.
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There are extensive collieries, and the other industries include cotton manufactures, calico-printing, hat-making, iron-founding, engineering and the manufacture of firebricks and tiles.
The herds, which are led by females, appear in general to be family parties; and although commonly restricted to from thirty to fifty, may occasionally include as many as one hundred head.
The climate is cool and bracing, and the products of the vicinity include many of the temperate zone.
By early writers the word was generally given as an equivalent of the Linnaean Loxia, but that genus has been found to include many forms not now placed in the same family.
The principal structures include the municipal buildings, corn exchange, library, public hall, and the market cross.
The forest products of the state include fine woods, rubber, ipecacuanha, sarsaparilla, jaborandi, vanilla and copaiba.
These include the mutual distances of some of the stars in the Pleiades, a few observations of the apparent diameter of the sun, others of the distance of the moon from neighbouring stars, and a great number of measurements of the diameter of the moon.
Excellent fruits are produced in its vicinity, and its exports include cacao, coffee, sugar, hides, tobacco and sundry products in small quantities.
The industries of the town include manufactures of cotton, silk, earthenware, machinery and tobacco, with brass and iron founding; while slate and stone are quarried, and there are coal, iron and lead mines in the neighbourhood.
The industries include cotton-spinning, weaving, nail-making and oilworks, and there are frequent markets for cattle and sheep. Lanark is a place of considerable antiquity.
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Other buildings include the grammar school, founded in 1532 and rebuilt in 1893, a town hall and corn exchange, erected in 1866 in Italian style, with an assembly room.
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Selby is the centre of a rich agricultural district, and its industries include rope and twine making, flax-scutching, boatbuilding, iron-founding, tanning and brewing.
This speaks to the fabulous wealth of this country and how our expectation of material possessions has risen so fast that we have redefined poverty to include what once were deemed luxury items.
Although Miss Sullivan is still rather amused than distressed when some one, even one of her friends, makes mistakes in published articles about her and Miss Keller, still she sees that Miss Keller's book should include all the information that the teacher could at present furnish.
I have plans too, you know - and they don't include dropping out three months short of graduation.
But in communes the revenues of which exceed 120,000, the budget is always submitted to the president of the republic. The ordinary revenues include the produce of additional centimes allocated to communal purposes, the rents and profits of communal property, sums produced by municipal taxes and dues, concessions to gas, water and other companies, and by the octroi or duty on a variety of articles imported into the commune for local consumption.
She creates premium services on her site that cost just $9.95 a year that include a number of additional features and virtual goods.
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They include the local board of health and the board of jury commissioners.
Imports include woven goods, metals, ironware, machinery, tea, wines and spirits, mineral oils, opium, paper, and arms and powder.
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Besides the last two parts of the Principles of Philosophy, the physical writings of Descartes include the Dioptrics and Meteors, as well as passages in the letters.
His works include Evangelische Glaubenslehre (1759); Auszug der Kirchengeschichte (1743-1762); Primae lineae breviarii antiquitatum Christianarum (1747); Geschichte der Religionsparteien (1760); Nachricht von merkwiirdigen Biichern (1752-1757); Nachrichten von einer hallischen Bibliothek (1748-1751).
Other educational institutions include Troy Academy (1834), a non-sectarian preparatory school; La Salle Institute (conducted by the Brothers of the Christian Schools); St Joseph's Academy (Roman Catholic) and St Peter's Academy (Roman Catholic).
The reptiles include the ringed-snake, slow-worm, viper and lizard.
Under Hollywood's production code at the time, movies could not include nudity, criminal activity, or offensive language, or depict illegal drug use, venereal disease, or childbirth.
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Dishes offered include favorites such as steamed sea bass with spinach; miso tuna, served rare with red miso sauce and garnishes of asparagus, wasabi and capers; PanAsia duck and of course Korean BBQ.
The most creative dishes include pistachio crusted lamb chops with root vegetable polenta cake and day-braised beef short rib over Yukon gold mashed potatoes with butter roasted garlic.
Home-style lunchtime favorites include the chicken pot pie and a variety of special sandwiches like the ultra reuben and grilled chicken breast in the grass.
This diner is open 24 hours per day, seven days a week and serves hearty breakfast platters that include bacon, eggs and home fries.
Salads include traditional antipasto, as well as a tomato carpaccio on mesclun.
Other features include a garden patio and live Jazz on Thursday and Saturday nights.
Signature dishes include the traditional zuppa di pesce with shrimp, clams, calamari, mussels and monkfish in a tomato, garlic and white wine broth.
The menu changes seasonally but may include appetizers like salmon ceviche, iced oysters, or crispy lamb apricot and almond spring rolls.
The Mediterranean-inspired dishes include seasonal ingredients from the farmhouse gardens and greenhouses.
Recent offerings include grilled gorgonzola crusted flat-iron steak and slow-roasted Niman Ranch pork.
Desserts include South American treats such as coconut flan, passion fruit mousse and chocolate brigaderos.
At lunchtime or dinner, appetizers include a hummus plate, super lump crab cake and a freshly homemade soup of the day.
Nearby outdoor adventures include white water rafting, tours of natural landscapes and exploration of Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon, as well as Sedona itself.
Recent offerings include arctic char filets, tea-steamed duck medallions and saffron thread risotto cakes.
Vegetarian choices include Greek, wedge, cobb and caprese salads, fried eggplant and pasta.
Menu highlights include the spicy kimchi pancakes, fried butterflied shrimp, dumplings, bibimbop and Korean barbecue.
Popular dishes include bavette frites (skirt steak with French fries),
pate de campagne and potato leek soup.
The steak choices include prime rib, New York strip and filet mignon and are served with salad and a side dish.
They roll up generous-sized burritos with the typical fillings of chicken and steak, but vegan options include fillings such as grilled portobello mushrooms, fresh spinach and garlic, and chickpea with red curry.
A wide selection of sushi rolls are served that include the Whale's Tale, the Dragon's Eye and the common California roll.
As of 2009, restaurants were open in three locations that include Lulu's Pizza, the Idaho Building, and the Gelato Cafe.
Types of sushi include Nigiri, Sashimi, Traditional Japanese Maki and Temaki hand-rolled sushi.
Options include creative names such as Godzilla and Rock n Roll.
Entrees include Teriyaki beef, salmon or chicken and seared tuna.
Menu items include award-winning BBQ ribs, Italian beef, hot dogs, Southwest BBQ Chicken Salad and the char-grilled Maxwell Street Style Polish Sandwich.
Tasty dishes include the parelhada, a grilled seafood medley with a lemon garlic sauce served with Portuguese fried potatoes, and carne de porco alentejana, traditional pork and clam sauté in a spicy wine sauce.
A salad bar and steam trays of meats and side dishes such as rice, vegetables and the dishes of the day accompany your choice of a variety of skewered barbecued meats that include bacon-wrapped chicken, sausages and beef.
Facilities include a guest laundry, same-day dry cleaning, Internet service, a complimentary continental breakfast, an indoor pool and a fitness room.
Guest rooms can be reserved in "blocks." Amenities include an indoor pool and a day spa and health club.
Additional menu items include spaghetti, chicken wings with various sauces and their specialty, garlic cheese bread.
Tampa also has a varied culture complete with exotic cuisines, which include sumptuous Cuban restaurants.
Signature events include a lobster bake, wine dinner, father/daughter dance, ladies' night out, martini madness and mother's day brunch.
Specialty nights include trivia on Mondays, a jazz jam session on Tuesdays, live acoustic music Wednesdays (plus $2 beers) and a local music showcase on Thursdays.
Vegetarian dishes include falafel (made from ground garbanzo and fava beans) as well as steamed fresh pumpkin stuffed with an assortment of veggies.
A limited list of entrees include lamb shish kebabs, charbroiled fresh fish of the day and boneless/skinless chicken served over rice.
Some of the menu specialties include lean ground beef Koobideh kebabs, tender chicken thighs simmered in pomegranate sauce, golden fried eggplant with a touch of mint, and baghlava or Persian ice cream for dessert.
Common ingredients used in their recipes include saffron rice, apricots, ginger sauce and couscous.
Excellent specials include BBQ wings, ribs, thin crust pizza and sundaes.
Common menu items include Lamb Bhuna, shrimp scampi, Daal Makhani and multiple styles of curry.
Dessert offerings include Firni, Gulab Juman and Kheer.
Dinner menu items include Mulligatwany soup, Pakak Shorba, Lamb Bhuna, Keema Matar, Lamb Pasanda, Scallop Patia, Seafood Curry and Shrimp Dansik.
Vegetarian dishes offered on the Tandoor menu include Daam Aloo Kashmiri, Mata Paneer and Daal Makhani.
Dessert items include cashew and raisin ice cream, pista saffron ice cream, Kheer and Gulac Jaman.
Typical menu items include Aangara Monsters Curry, Lam chops, Tikki Masala, Tndoori steak, Mali Kabob, Jalfrex, Goan, Vindaloo and Goan.
Hotel amenities include free airport shuttle, complimentary coffee and snacks around the clock, and in-room microwaves and refrigerators.
Comfort Inn amenities include a fitness center, guest laundry facility, and in-room microwaves, refrigerators and flat-screen televisions.
Other hotel amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, a public hot tub, luxury bedding, and in-room microwaves and refrigerators.
Amenities include air conditioning, Wi-Fi, cable television, a fully stocked kitchen, and linens.
Handcrafted furnishings include stately four-poster beds, along with indigenous rugs from the Southwest, fine art and hand-woven fabrics.
Entertainment options include the Tao nightclub, the interactive Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the Grand Canal Shoppes, where you can enjoy a ride in an authentic Italian gondola.
Some menu favorites include humus, falafel, aubergines as well as mezze platter dinners.
Dishes include couscous, marinated black seas bass stuffed with garlic as well as Baklava for dessert.
Popular dishes include The Apricot, Charles Arznavour, Aram Katchatorian, Mount Ararat and Armenian Brandy.
Other options include baked potatoes, grilled chicken fajitas, and shakes and ice cream.
Appetizers include soup made of mushrooms harvested at nearby Kennett Square, stock, cream and cognac.
Other entrees include rack of lamb, filet of sirloin and seafood brodetto made with a variety of seafood items.
Pizza is also available, and dessert choices include Mamma Maria's homemade Italian cookies.
Starters include the house antipasto, bruschetta, soup of the day and various salads.
Fares, which in November 2009 ranged from $29 to $42 for lunch and $58 for dinner, include the train ride, meal, tax and service charges.
Menu offerings include the choice of an appetizer, Caesar salad and choice of entree including haddock, chicken or beef.
For guests staying at the inn, lodging packages are offered and include skiing, canoeing and mountain biking.
Manor specialties include prime rib, lamb with rosemary and veal oscar.
For dinner, choices include chicken, chops or pasta dishes.
Menu favorites include French onion soup, pork tenderloin and homemade pecan pie.
The menu can include seared scallops, Cooper Ridge Farms hanger steak and roast leg of lamb.
Some popular menu items include Portuguese caldo verde potato soup and a 22-ounce porterhouse steak.
Chef specials include spicy salmon skin hand roll, vegetable tempura maki and tropical seafood maki.
Starters include chicken rolls, chicken lettuce wraps and crab rangoon chopstix.
Some of the popular dishes served include the seafood and beef dishes.
Local favorites include the thin fried pork chops and ahi salsa, made with zesty chiles.
Chengarden.com New Number One The New Number One Chinese restaurant offers a variety of dining options that include dine-in, take- out and delivery.
Some of their most popular dishes include lobster in hot and spicy sauce and sweet and sour pork Honk Kong style.
They offer customers a variety of dining options, which include dine-in, take-out, catering, delivery, and a banquet room for parties.
Menu items include tandoori chicken, fish and shrimp, lamb dishes, seafood dishes, vegetarian items, basmati rice-based specials and chef's specials like paneer shahi korma chicken or lamb bhuna.
Items on the menu include vegetable pakoras, tandoori keema naan, tandoori chicken tikka masala and curries.
Spa Botanica serves hotel guests and the general public; the spa's services include facials, massage, reflexology and personal training.
Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa amenities include an extensive, state-of-the-art fitness center, an indoor lap pool and complimentary parking.
Hotel guest rooms also include high-definition televisions, private bathrooms and coffee makers.
Hotel amenities include complimentary wireless Internet in all hotel areas, whirlpool, complimentary breakfast buffet, take-out breakfast and an on-site convenience store.
All guestrooms include the Hampton Cloud Nine Bed, portable work desk, coffee maker, flat-screen television with cable channels, and private bathrooms that contain complimentary toiletries and curved shower heads.
Hotel suites include kitchen area with refrigerator, sink and microwave oven.
Hotel amenities include 24-hour food and beverage area, Courtyard Café, lounge, fitness center, swimming pool, whirlpool and complimentary on-site parking.
Rooms include satellite TV, coffee makers and high-speed internet.
Shared guest amenities include business services, such as copying and faxing, evening turn-down service, a concierge desk and local restaurant delivery.
On-site dining options include Orchids at Palm Court, a fine dining restaurant with a seasonal menu, The Grille at Palm Court, which serves American cuisine for both breakfast and lunch, and PC Express, which serves on the go breakfasts.
Some of its more unique specialties include boiled sturgeon, eel salad, eggplant rolled in walnuts and Georgian dumplings.
Popular Korean specialties include bi-bim-bop (rice dish) and bul-go-gi (Korean barbecue) and an excellent kim-chi soup.
Some menu items include the special egg roll, egg drop soup, shrimp black bean and vegetable egg fu young. 1400 Poplar Ave.
Most of the menu items are under $10, with some dishes that include shrimp averaging $12 to $16.
Breakfast choices include pizzas, quiches and breads. 725 E.
Although the menu does not include many seafood dishes, you won't be disappointed with the truly authentic Italian chicken, veal and beef options.
Choices include steak, shrimp, chicken and vegetarian entrees.
Other choices include seafood (crab cakes, salmon),
chops, ribs, chicken, pasta and a number of salads.
You do not have to be a hotel guest to enjoy its offerings, which include steak and seafood, plus appetizers and a full bar.
Hotel amenities include complimentary shuttle service, fitness center, spa, swimming pool, on-site parking, express check-in and complimentary breakfast.
Guest room amenities include king and double beds, microwave ovens, refrigerators, cable television with pay-per-view movies and complimentary Internet access.
Guest rooms also include cable television with pay-per-view movies, coffee maker, microwave oven, refrigerator and private bathrooms with complimentary amenities.
Hotel amenities include the Great American Grill, which serves breakfast, the Pavilion Pantry that offers ready-to-cook meals and beverages and room service from nearby Carrabba's Italian Grille.
Other nearby restaurants in this area include the moderately priced local seafood restaurant Walleye Willies (also located on Lakeshore Drive).
Options include omelets and scrambles made from organic eggs, as well as a chorizo hash and plenty of pancakes.
Breakfast platters are also available, and include baked goods like scones and bagels, along with scrambled eggs, ham and bacon.
Sandwich platters include cookies, potato chips and disposable dinnerware.
Example dishes include pan-seared duck served with butternut squash risotto, and chili made with prime rib and cheese.
Dinner specialties include Wok Jasmine Tea Smoked Duck with sun-dried tomato and Chinese eggplant and leeks.
Current offerings in its New Jersey restaurants include Pan-Seared Jumbo Scallops and Ahi Tuna Steak.
Star dishes include its mushroom napoleon, red snapper with a semolina crust, and braised lamb shank.
Popular features include Fresh Asparagus and Mushroom Soup, Pan Fried Scallion Pancake and Chinese Eggplant in Black Bean Sauce.
Some of the standard sandwiches you will find here include BLTs, tuna salads and roast beef, all of which can be served on either a bagel or bread.
Some of the creative possibilities include an apple and brie crepe, a cheesy pesto crepe or the strawberry short crepe.
Some of the signature dishes here include the "guava glaze ribs" and the "caribe red snapper".
Entrée selections include chicken, veal, fish, eggplant, or pasta prepared in your choice of five cooking styles, and range in price from $14-$23.
Lunch options include soups, salads, sandwiches, and a variety of entrees such as pasta, stir fry, steak, salmon, pot roast, and chicken, with prices ranging from $8-$22.
House specialties include Chicken Scampi and Veal Saltimbocca as entrees, and pasta, burgers, steak, and seafood are also available on the extensive menu.
Some menu items include the Calabrese Salad, Carpacio (raw fillet mignon, thin sliced, topped with capers & parmesan),
Lobster Ravioli, and Salamone al Limone.
Some choices include: Fresh Made Pancakes, Eggs Benedict-Arnold, Spinach Lasagna and Colorado Rack of Lamb.
Some popular hiking trails throughout the county include Laurel Canyon Bommer Ridge Loop, Santiago Trail and Weir Canyon Trail Loop.
Non-food draws include a seasonal patio with views of the cityscape, live music on weekends, valet parking, the "Grape Room" (a dining area simulating a vineyard) and a fireplaced ballroom for special functions.
This landmark North End Italian restaurant's specialties include lobster, steak and pizza creations, and vegetarian dishes pepper the menu.
Other entrees include seared duck breast with a sweet potato goat cheese and prosciutto puree, sea scallops in a white cheddar risotto and a wild mushroom orzo with melted Gruyere and white truffle oil.
Desserts include apple strudel and German chocolate cake (no dessert fondue, sadly),
and there is an extensive selection of German beers to complement the German-Swiss cuisine.319 Old Branch Ave.
Menu items include baked dips, pan-fried ravioli, gnocchi and antipasto platters.
Entrees include seared sea scallops as well as hot and pungent shrimp in coconut milk.
Dinner options include small plates such as crawfish cakes and duck breast.
Favorites include fried pickles and "chicken miners," which are miniature chicken sandwiches.
The barbecue is good, and choices include pulled pork, chicken and ribs.
Stand out dishes include rib eye steaks, broiled seafood, pancakes, burgers, grilled cheese, and mashed potatoes.
The menu items include dishes such as fried shrimp, mozzarella sticks and onion rings.
The menu items at this restaurant include clams on a half shell, Buffalo wings and steak.
The menu items at Saviano's include classic Italian dishes such as penne, mussel marinara and pizza.
Some of the animals that live in the park include deer, raccoons and rabbits.
Notable entrees include classic pasta and parmigiana dishes.
Some of the more distinctive dishes on the menu include escargot, grilled pizzas, and filet mignon.
Desserts include apple strudel and German chocolate cake (not really German in origin, but tasty nonetheless) and the beer list contains an impressive 80 different varieties (many of them German).8024 Max Blobs Park Rd.
German side dishes include sauerkraut, red cabbage, German potato salad and spaetzle, and the dessert menu features apple strudel and Black Forest cake.
German specialties include goulash, sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel,and breaded pork loin as well as a selection of sausages: bratwurst, knockwurst, bauernwurst and weisswurst.
Wintertime specialties may include the imperial stuffed flounder with the chef's creamy lump crab blend or the seared 8-ounce filet mignon wrapped in bacon with a mushroom demi-glace ($24).
Bedrooms include complimentary Internet access, TVs and access to the hotel's Leisure Club, which has a pool, gym and beauty spa.
The food menu offers entrees that include Sesame-Crusted Seared Ahi Tuna, Duck with Ginger-Pear Glaze and Baked Lobster Ravioli, just to name a few.
Big Girl Foo-Foos include Long Island Iced Tea, Mai-Tai, Hurricane and others.
Amenities include over-sized dressers, 32-inch plasma TV, writer's desks, leather luggage benches, wood-burning fireplaces, and exquisite artwork by local artists.
Desserts include typical buffet fare: cakes, pudding, jello and soft-serve ice cream (available in a dish or cone, with optional sprinkles).21800 North Shangri La Dr.
Specials include such items as Peking duck, roast duck Cantonese-style, and General Tso's shrimp.
Lunch specials are offered Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. through 2:30 p.m (excluding holidays),
and include an order of pork fried rice and a choice of hot and sour, egg drop or wonton soup in addition to the main entree.
Some of the main courses include the Fettuccine Alfredo, Costolette d'Agnello, Linguine alla Pescatora and Tuscan Grilled Chicken.
Entrees include Chicken Roulade, Sauteed Duck Breast, Grilled Salmon and Creole Catfish.
The entrees include Linguine Pomodoro, Crab and Shrimp Chimichanga, as well as quesadillas and burgers.
Wash it all down with a shake; flavors include vanilla bean, dark chocolate, mango, pistachio, coffee, black and white, coconut, and cola.
Menu specialties include all-you-can-eat salad bar, soup, appetizers and steak.
Other entrees include chicken piccata, veal parmigiana and eggplant rollantini.
Entrees include chicken and sausage Marsala, pan seared tilapia, portobello ravioli and seafood fra diavolo.
Dinners include shrimp, chicken tenders and buffalo wings.
Stand outs include the Saag Paneer and the Chef's Special, which includes the special of the day, lentils, cheese and vegetables.
Recommended dishes include grilled Atlantic Swordfish, complete with roasted vegetables, and the Seared Spicy Duck Breast.
Some of the favorites include the salmon and filet mignon and the Alaskan king crab with prime rib.
Entrees include Roasted Rack of Venison and Muscovy Duck.
The menu features a tapas, lunch and dinner menu whose selections include garden salads, seafood, beef and chicken tapas, and authentic entrée selections such as paella, red snapper, tuna, skirt steak, filet mignon and suckled pig.
Menu favorites include french fries with a house chive dip and meatball sliders.
Don't restrict yourself to tacos, however; other popular menu items include tamales and enchiladas.
Other choices include prime rib-eye, filet mignon, New York Strip and Hawaiian rib-eye.
Menu choices include rib-eye steaks, T-bones, chicken-fried steak, blackened catfish and Monterrey chicken breast.
Other local favorites include the Texas cheesesteak sandwich, chicken-fried steak and El Paso chicken.
Homemade salsas include a mild Pico de Gallo, smoky Roasted Tomato Chipotle, the bold Tomatillo Serrano, and the extra hot, citrus Papaya Habanero.
Other popular menu items include the T-N-A (turkey and avocado) sandwich and the steak sandwich.
Italian favorites served at Romana's include pizza, seafood fra diavolo, veal, and shrimp scampi, to name a few.
Featured dishes include kabab specials (boneless chicken or lamb, marinated and cooked in a clay oven),
biryanis (renowned Indian basmati rice cooked with meat and spices) and vegetarian and meat entrees.
His dishes include froie gras, escargots, and various meat and seafood options.
The menu items include dishes like shellfish, salads, steaks and more.
In the tradition of a steak house menu, dishes include steaks, ribs, seafood and daily specials.
Specialties on the menu include deep fried pickled chips, collard greens, and ribs.
Other choices include hot dogs, hamburgers, sausage and peppers, pulled pork sandwiches and stuffed pretzels.
This restaurant is well-known for its appetizers, which include buffalo chicken wing soup and chili con queso.
Other specialties include pork ribs and Kansas chicken.
Other outdoor activities include hiking and biking.
Some featured entrees on the menu include: barbecue pork, barbecue beef ribs, New York strip steak, and mixed shish kabob, to name a few.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, with selections that include appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches, seafood, meat, and the restaurant's signature barbecue dishes.
Choose from a seasonal menu of small plates that may include seafood, wild mushrooms, steak, beef and roasted vegetables.
Famous dishes include grilled Panamanian prawns, paella "A la Valencia" and Cuban-style rib eye stuffed with chorizo sausage.
Offerings include Wild Boar Bolognese and Honey-glazed Long Island Duck.
Local favorites include pan fried trout, chiles rellenos, enchiladas de carne and chicken enchiladas.
Appetizers include deviled eggs, smoked chicken wings, potato skins and baby greens salad.
Other popular menu items include chicken steaks, hoagies and burgers.
Other options include a prix fixe complete dinner menu, complete with soup or salad, your choice of appetizer and entree, coffee or tea, and flan, creme brulee or cheesecake for dessert, all for the price of $28.95 (as of November 2009).
Portuguese specialties on the main menu include filet mignon Portuguese in a wine and garlic sauce, pork chops a fadista sauteed in garlic, bay leaves and wine, and Portuguese pork and clams (carne alentejana) cooked with garlic and cilantro.
Beverage options include sodas and iced tea, and for dessert you may choose almond cookies or sweet pastry puffs.
Menu items include Chinese standards such as pepper steak, General Tso's chicken, pork fried rice and vegetable lo mein.
Buffet items feature not only Chinese dishes but also seafood (snow crab, mussels and shrimp),
meats such as roast beef and baked chicken, and desserts that include Hershey's ice cream.
These authentic Chinese dishes include such items as the bizarrely named, yet tasty "ants on the tree" (bean thread noodles with ground pork in a spicy red sauce),
bitter melon with jalapeno chili and kung pao yao hwa (pork kidney).
Seafood is a specialty, and standout dishes include the sweet and sour sea bass with pine nuts and the hot pots (available in meat, seafood and vegetarian varieties).
Menu highlights include stuffed mushroom appetizers, Prince Edward mussel soup, a traditional Greek salad, and homemade baked lasagna.
Menu highlights include a vegan chili, a hot reuben sandwich, Hungarian ghoulash and carne asada.
Menu highlights include bison burgers, beef and lamb club sandwiches, organic pickled hen eggs and specialty cheese platters.
Menu highlights include the roasted beet pizza, rigatoni alla bolognese, Tuscan-style boar ragu and eggplant napoletana.
Hibachi dinners include soup, salad, fried rice, vegetables and any number of seafood or meat combinations.
A heartier dinner choice might include an appetizer of classic French escargots served with a garlic butter sauce, followed by a Beef Bourguignon Crêpe made with chunks of beef simmered with mushrooms, carrots and onions in a red wine sauce.
The breakfast classics include eggs (any style),
omelets, oatmeal and yogurt, as well as breakfast sandwiches and breakfast burritos.
Breakfast highlights include the Spinach, Tomato and Goat Cheese Omelet and the Blueberry Pancakes.
Eclectic entrees include the Pan Seared Scallops with cauliflower cream, orange ginger and roasted almond.
Signature entrees include the Pacific halibut with leek and lump crabmeat risotto and the "1855" New York strip with creamed spinach and béarnaise sauce.
Vegetarian specialties include masala dosai, malai kofta, matter paneer and vegetable jalfrezi.
Buffet selections include chicken tandoori, dal makhani, tikka masala, naan and chicken wings.
Vegetarian options include paneer tikka makhani, palak paneer, yellow tarka daal and rajmah.
Local favorites include chicken kadai, shrimp vindaloo, chicken biriyani and lamb curry.
Dishes start at $9.95 and include unlimited salad bowl and bread sticks.
Their large selection of fish from around the world can include Tuna, Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Snapper, Chillean Sea Bass, and more, on any given night.
Appetizers include a variety of breads such as bhatura, poori and garlic naan.
Favorite vegan options include the chana masala, which is a dish of chickpeas simmered in tomato sauce and spices, and dal tarka, which is yellow lentils cooked with mustard and curry leaves.
House specialties and European favorites include Bratwurstplatte, Kohlrouladen (cabbage rolls),
Filetspitzen Stroganoff, and Rindsroulade (beef roulade).
Nearby attractions include Golden Gate Canyon State Park, St.
Menu highlights include six kinds of French fries, six varieties of salads and more than 25 hot and cold sandwich choices.
Unusual dishes include the Crispy Pata--mouth-watering pork knuckles fried to crisp ($8) and a family-style tray of Lechon Kawali--crispy deep fried pork belly served with Lechon sauce ($40, serves up to eight people).
Enticing entrée options include Garoupa à Tia Rita--Grilled Grouper with Shrimp and Clams in a Seafood Sauce ($19.75) and Rabos de Lagosta Recheados--Lobster Tails stuffed with Crab Meat, Shrimp and Scallops ($39.50).
Some signature dishes at Syros include: homemade pancakes, corned beef hash, beef and chicken souvlaki, gyros, open-face roast beef sandwich and various specialty salads.
They serve traditional South-Indian appetizers that include Chicken 65 (boneless chicken marinated and fried with authentic spices),
stuffed finger hot peppers and the renowned soup made of lentils and tamarind called rasam.
Outside of steak, menu items include chicken, shrimp and salad.
Appetizers include oysters baked or raw, jumbo jump crab meat cocktail, and fried calamari.
Its menu has a vast amount of options that include appetizers, pasta, baked dishes, hero sandwiches, standard and gourmet pizza, seafood and desserts.
The menu includes a myriad of authentic Italian dishes that range from an appetizer of baby eggplant to meat dishes that include veal piccata.
The house specialties include surf and turf, veal, and shrimp.
Other entrees include BBQ pulled pork and ribs, burgers, sandwiches and grilled shrimp.
Some of the signature entrees include baby back ribs, mesquite grilled shrimp, fish tacos, grilled meatloaf and pan-seared tilapia.
Local favorites include marinated Cajun rib-eye, gorgonzola crusted filet mignon and wild salmon.
Steak choices include filet mignon, Porterhouse, New York Strip and Delmonico.
Other selections include gorgonzola rib-eye, filet Oscar and New York Strip.
The restaurant's signature dishes include 7 oz. filet mignon, roast chicken, lobster tail and salmon.
On Sundays, the chef cooks various specialties such as sauerbraten and beef rouladen that include bread, salad and choice of potato.
Menu favorites include the cold fleischsalat sandwich, hot reuben, Hildegard sandwich with three types of German meats on dark bread and the schnitzel platters.
Menu items include schnitzels with a range of sauces, sausages, homemade spaetzle, potato and cucumber salads and imported Paulaner beer on tap.
Chef specialties include beef rouladen and goulash.
Popular appetizers include the sausage sampler and 12 escargot salad.
Other outdoor excursions include walking tours of the Twickenham antebellum homes and Native American sites.
Barbecue specialties include ribs, pulled pork and barbecue beef.
Steaks include fresh seasonal vegetables and choice of pottage.
Menu selections include prime rib, rib-eye steak, filet mignon, Yankee pot roast, as well as, chicken, duck and seafood selections.
Authentic Indian options include Chicken Biryani, Chicken Saag, Chicken 65 and dosas.
Authentic dishes served at Star of India include Chicken Curry, Muttar Paneer and Chicken Tikka Masala.
Your menu choices include dishes like lamb bhoona, garlic herb salmon, shrimp madras and much more.
Menu items include cakes, pizza, croissants and much more.
Amenities include early morning wake-up calls, dry cleaning and laundry services, and complimentary maps of Boston.
Favorites include the Turkey Reuben, Salmon in Dill Sauce, the "Italian Feast", a rice platter smothered in a chicken/sausage/red pepper sauce.
Signature dishes include grilled kabobs, chicken masala, goat curry, ginger fish, green lentil crepes and over 20 vegetarian entrees.
Specialties include chicken curry, lamb vindaloo cooked with potatoes in a spicy sauce, beef saagwala cooked in creamed spinach and spices, fish masala, saag paneer (homemade cheese in creamed, spiced spinach).
Appetizers include onion bhaji, vegetable samosas, aloo tikki, lentil soup and coconut tomato soup with spices.
Signature dishes include Lamb Roganjosh, morsels of lamb in a creamy onion sauce; Khuroos-E-Tursh, chicken breast stuffed with seasoned vegetables and cheese in a cashew-almond cream sauce and Aloo Ghobi, a cauliflower and potato curry.
Vegetarian options include the Sweet Potato Tempura Roll ($4.25) and the Tofu Teriaki ($10.95).
All dinner entrees include hot bread, apple sauce and a choice of two side dishes, including salads, baked potatoes, fries, onions and mushrooms.
Some of these include a seafood quesadilla with shrimp, scallops, and crab-meat, grilled swordfish with wild mushrooms and a parmesan encrusted cod.
Popular dishes include Classic Shish Kebabs and the Falafel Platter.
Common spices include pepper, allspice, paprika and cinnamon.
According to the Website, the "extensive menu has something for everyone, including whole wheat and gluten-free menus." Gourmet pizza's feature 100 percent whole wheat dough, and include toppings such as mussels, gorgonzola and eggplant.
House specialties include tasty shrimp parmigiana and a decadent lobster roll, and a nice children's menu is available.
Choices include seafood, steaks and salads, and includes Marnick's famous lobster roll, a New England staple.
German favorites served at Bavaria Hof include German potato salad, Hungarian Goulash, Jaeger Schnitzel and Spaetzle.
Main courses include breast of duck, filet mignon, broiled cod and grilled veal chop.
Other nearby areas for hiking and biking include Pocantico Lake County Park and Wildlife Park.
Other offerings include freshly-prepared salads and hero sandwiches.
Popular choices include the Twin Lakes rolls and the mermaid rolls.
Other house specialties include several varieties of burritos, enchiladas and fajitas.
From prime rib to filet mignon, El Corral adds a special Southwestern touch to their meals with sides that include Tamale Pie or Ranch Beans.
Notable menu additions include jumbo lump crab cakes with orange-ginger butter and the Barnyard burger topped with fried egg and foie gras sauce.
The organic beers include the Hopworks IPA, the Velvet ESB, the HUB Lager, the Crosstown Pale Ale and the Survival Stout.
German beers available include Lowenbrau, Paulaner, Franziskaner and Dinkel Acker.
The restaurant's specialties include kassler rippchen, a pork chop with sauerkraut and baked apples, and rindfleisch rouladen, a bacon-wrapped steak with vegetables and spaetzle noodles.
Specialty dishes at the Rathskeller include hühnerfleisch, or chicken with mushrooms and onions, and pork schnitzels served with German potato salad and vegetables.
Popular items include filet mignon, pepper steak, veal chops, Dover sole and halibut.
Favorites include filet mignon, honey-glazed pork chops and white chocolate-macadamia nut bread pudding for dessert.
Other popular entrees include pan seared sea bass, Australian cold water lobster tail, Colorado lamp chops and elk filet.
Menu highlights include Bavarian-style schnitzel and an assortment of wursts.
Local favorites include chicken souvlaki, pastitso and chicken spanakopita.
Local favorites include the falafel appetizer, the gyro platter and the chicken curry.
Main dishes include the pan-seared salt cod grilled with olive oil and roasted potatoes in the style of Lagareiro.
Favorite items from the menu include New Zealand char-grilled elk, filet mignon served with roasted shallots, and seared Ahi tuna with a side of pineapple rice.
These specialty dishes include Shrimp and Mussels Muqueca and Plaintain Muqueca. 1093 Cambridge St.
Visitors have an abundance of recreational activities that include biking and walking along Indianapolis's cultural trail or a canal walk along its Historic Central Canal--not to mention affordable restaurants for every taste.
Menu items include an appetizer of green-lipped mussels and steak dinners featuring U.
Sides are served for two and include fresh creamed spinach.
Appetizers include seafood choices like crispy calamari with chilies, tuna and crab cakes.
Appetizers include mozzarella sticks, hot wings, breadsticks and fried mushrooms.
Popular lunch and early dinner items include soups, salads, flatbreads, potpies and Apron Pockets, also known as calzones.
Dessert fondues include caramel, peanut butter and dark chocolate and are served with bananas, apples, strawberries, oranges, pound cake, chocolate wafers and marshmallows.
Entrée choices include meat, fish and chicken cooked in flavored broths or oil.
Menu options include a choice of varying chocolate fondues, such as bananas foster white chocolate, flaming turtle milk chocolate and raspberry infusion dark chocolate.
Favorites include the fried California roll, topped with crab meat, masago and spicy mayo; the crunchy tempura roll, topped with shrimp and eel sauce, and the salmon, tuna, crab meat roll with ponzu sauce.
Aside from its kebabs, house specials include garlicky fries, and other kosher treats.
Get your dogs with cheese, chili or both, but be sure to include a side of homemade onion rings with your order.
Signature entrees include the linguine with lobster, shrimp and clams, and the melt-in-your-mouth barbecue braised pork osso bucco.
Traditional soups include the hot and sour shrimp soup and a milder chicken soup with coconut milk, galangal and lime juice.
Popular Indian restaurants in Philly include Karma Fine Indian Cuisine, Tandoor India Restaurant and New Delhi Indian Restaurant.
Dishes include the Creole chicken, fresh fish sandwich or the old-fashioned Hamburg steak.
Daily specials include all-you-can-eat beef BBQ ribs with soup or salad on Tuesdays, and on Fridays, scallops tossed with vegetables and pasta with soup or salad.
Appetizers include clams on the half-shell, stuffed mushrooms and antipasto.
Menu items include Italian pork Ragu, black pepper Pappardelle, spaghetti Vongole, meatballs, goat cheese ravioli and pumpkin basted with brown butter and sage.
Menu items include personalized meals with available kitchen ingredients, eggplant rollatini, calamari, baked clams, shrimp scampi and sesame seed tuna with ginger vinaigrette.
The dessert menu items include Tiramisu, Cannoli, Tartufo, and fruit sorbet.
Specialty pizza toppings include broccoli, spinach, eggplant and black olives.
Menu items include scungilli with mussels, shrimp and octopus, grilled calamari, Gorgonzola salad, eggplant, fried calamari, antipasto and Mesclun salad with goat cheese and walnuts.
Suffolk County restaurants include casual restaurants, sidewalk cafes and fine dining establishments.
Menu highlights at this restaurant in Hohokus include shumai, tako su and salmon or tuna don.
Over the years, the restaurant has expanded its menu to include subs.
Samples of their Italian pizza flavors include ham, cheese and capicolla, and cheese, salami and capicolla.
The restaurant's facilities include a banquet room that can accommodate 20 to 50 people and a private party room.
Future additions in the menu include extra thin round, thick square crust pizza, and garlic chicken pizza.
Lunch offerings include interesting salads such as pan-fried meatballs with mesclun greens and fried chicken-cutlet salad, as well as finger-tip slice steak sandwich and potato, and homemade macaroni and cheese.
Bakery offerings include chocolate flourless cake, chiboust, mixed nut Frangipane, crème brulee, and raspberry mousse cake.
Offerings at this Tarrytown restaurant include a tasting menu, and small plate samplers.
Side dishes at this Tarrytown eatery include sautéed broccoli, Greek rice, Tzatziki, and broiled dandelions with olive oil and lemon sauce.
Appetizers include Falafel, broiled vegetable pita and grilled chicken with mushrooms and peppers.
Soup offerings include split pea, Lentil, and lobster bisque.
Menu items include chicken, pork, halibut, tuna, shrimp, and swordfish gyros.
Menu items include Blue Point oysters, shellfish, stuffed clams, crab bisque, lobster bisque, Alaskan crab legs, grilled tuna, and roasted salmon.
W. 19th Avenue RoadOcala, FL 34474(352) 291-9450logansroadhouse.com Mark's Prime Steak House Mark's Prime Steak House is known for its appetizers, which include crab bisque, coconut shrimp, escargot puffs and seared ahi tuna.
Daily specials sometimes include eggs and other breakfast offerings all day for less than $5.
Appetizers include items such as mussels and ceviche, while dinner includes steaks and popular seafood like grilled mahi mahi, tilapia, ahi and salmon.
The restaurant, sitting oceanfront near Point Loma and West Harbor Marina, is popular for its nightly food specials that include baby back ribs on Sundays, crab on Mondays and lobster on Wednesdays.
In addition to varied and fresh seafood, dinner entrees include a range of USDA approved corn-fed beef from a petit filet mignon to a massive porterhouse accompanied with your choice of special sauce.
Appetizers include seafood such as prawns, oysters and escargot.
Popular menu selections include creative dishes such as crab cake sliders, prosciutto wrapped prawns, lobster tail, kobe beef meatloaf, and a special Tom's Lighthouse seafood pot.
Any visit to San Diego should include a stop at Harbor Island for its outdoor activities, gorgeous views of Point Loma, San Diego Bay and Coronado as well as the delicious and fresh food.
Some of the restaurant's feature dishes include pan-seared jumbo shrimp wrapped in Hataifi dough served with sauteed eggplant and bell peppers, and homemade pumpkins and rosemary gnocchi with quail, wild mushroom and thyme sauce.
Some popular entrees include Pan Seared Salmon, Grilled Filet Mignon and Pepper Shredded Ahi.
You can also include items like eggs, avocados, banana and pineapple.
Desert options include a number of pies and cakes, make-your-own ice cream sundae and a Chinese buffet staple, freshly-fried donuts.
Tasty seafood offerings include crab wonton and skewered shrimp.
Signature favorites include the sumptuous Great Guinness Steak and their classic chicken Alfredo.
Appetizers include onion blossoms, tater skins and fried jalapenos known as Rattlesnake Bites.
Other entrees include chicken fried steak, pulled pork, fried catfish and grilled salmon or shrimp.
Steak selections include T-bone, rib eye, New York strip, sirloin and prime rib, all served with sides.
Other entrees include grilled salmon, fish tacos, meatloaf, hand-breaded shrimp, country fried steak and chicken pasta.
Appetizers include sushi, vegetable egg rolls, dumplings, shrimp and scallops.
All dinners include soup, salad, vegetables and fried rice.
Other Japanese favorites include tempura, teriyaki chicken or steak and meals cooked Hibachi-style.
Outdoor activities include hiking and biking Roanoke's many trails including the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The restaurant cooks all of its steaks, which include porterhouse, rib eye, New York strip and filet, in an 1100 degree F wood-burning oven.
Soups include egg drop soup, wonton soup, and hot and sour soup.
Menu selections include both Mandarin and Szechuan dishes, such as chicken with broccoli, fried crab rangoon, beef with broccoli, sesame chicken, shrimp lo mein, sweet and sour shrimp, and spring rolls for your side dish.
Services that are available include catering, private parties, a private dining room and outdoor patios.
Nearby tourist attractions include Gillette Castle State Park and the Lyman Allyn Art Museum.
Dinner selections include salads, meat dishes, fish, stir fry and sandwiches.
Unique plates include pollo rumano, roasted pork loin with demi-glaze sauce and tilapia mare chiaro.
Other menu options include lobster tails, a rack of lamb, chicken marsala and rotisserie chicken, plus different signature soups each weekday and desserts such as creme brulee and cheesecake.
Steaks include a 10-ounce filet mignon, a 16-ounce New York strip steak and the house-specialty prime rib, available in 20 and 32 ounces.
Featured aged steaks on the menu include an 8-ounce hand-cut filet, a 12-ounce New York strip sirloin and a 20-ounce bone-in ribeye.
Specials include jambalaya, osso bucco and meatloaf.
Some of the amenities available at this hotel include an extensive fitness center, indoor wellness spa, heated outdoor swimming pool, sauna, bar and full-service restaurant.
Some well-known attractions and landmarks in the city include the Lakewood Heritage Center, the Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar, and the Lakewood Cultural Center.
Desserts include chocolate mousse, apple fritters, custard and fruits.
Pastries and dessert offerings include tarts, ganache, ice cream, cake and mousse.
Specialities include beef, seafood, poultry and quiche.
Amenities include a private dining area and complimentary valet parking.
Three dining options include a country-style dining room, an outdoor garden patio with sparkly lights hanging overhead and a rustic cellar for private parties.
Award-winning favorites include the calamari and antipasto plate appetizers, filet meatballs with spaghetti, penne with jumbo prawns in vodka sauce, filet mignon, sea bass and sole.
San Diego, CA 92109(619) 531-8887sogno-divino.com Trattoria La Strada Any food lover's visit to San Diego should include a dining experience in the historic Gaslamp District.
Favorites include the "celestial" salads such as strawberry and brie salad and turkey avocado.
Risotto and pasta dishes include gnocchi with Gorgonzola cream sauce and linguine tutto mare with fresh fish, clams and shrimp in a wine broth.
Guest rooms include such amenities as Sweet Dreams luxurious plush bedding, high-speed Internet access, cable TV, work desk, granite counter tops in bathrooms, and a hair dryer and iron with ironing board.
Room amenities include a TV, mini-refrigerator, microwave and air conditioning.
Amenities include gourmet kitchen, free DVD library and free wireless Internet.
The entrees include items such as corned beef and cabbage, Mackey's ribs, Guinness-glazed chicken and shepherd's pie.
For dessert, specialties include crème brulée, crêpes suzette, chocolate mousse and warm apple tart.
Specialties include sauerbraten, wienerschnitzel, bratwurst, knockwurst and the potato pancake dinner.
Fall meals may include such unusual delicacies as lamb neck with corn and chanterelle mushrooms, black cod with clams and black garlic, and leek bread pudding with fennel.
Dinners include Japanese onion soup, salad, hibachi vegetables, fried rice and two grilled shrimp.
Cuts include filet mignon, porterhouse, prime rib, and more.
House specialties include Pad Thai, Panang Sea Bass and a wide variety of both hot and cold sake selections.
Nearby attractions within walking distance include The Fens, Fenway Park, Boston University and the Charles River.
Steak selections include filet mignon and top sirloin, and each dish comes with seasonal vegetables and potatoes.
Popular dishes include lobster enchiladas and lump crab nachos.
It is known for its fresh cuisine and favorite menu items include poblano chicken, fajitas and soft chicken tacos.
Popular rolls include the Golden Gate and the 49er.
The restaurant is most famous for its plate lunches, which have large portions and include an entree (usually some type of barbecued meat) and two side dishes (usually macaroni salad and rice).
Menu items vary, but typical items include exotic salads, several meat entrees and a couple desert choices that incorporate local fruit.
The soups are homemade, and the bread is right out of the oven, and all dinners include the salad bar.
Complementary side dishes include baked sweet potatoes, salads, fries and fresh baked yeast rolls.
The hearty steak dinners include a certified Angus beef steak, salad, bread and a side item, ensuring diners get the most bang for their buck.
In addition to a variety of steak selections, other menu options include ribs, chicken, veal, seafood and homemade soups.
Karam is vegetarian friendly, although some of the best dishes include goat and lamb, as can be expected at most Middle Eastern restaurants.
Appetizers include its famous Wisconsin beer battered onion rings, crab cakes, chicken wings, and Wisconsin cheese and sausage sampler.
Popular dishes include yellow curry with steamed jasmine rice and crispy duck.
Signature entrees include the tamarind duck, Thai orange chicken and the jumbo shrimp choo-chee in orange sauce.
The cafe's signature juices include beet, carrot, ginger, lemon, apple and garlic.
Specialties include the porterhouse steak and the double cut filet mignon.
These include a fresh tomato pizza, and a broccoli rabe pizza, available only in season.
Its historic culinary feats include signature dishes such as prime Delmonico steak, a boneless rib-eye aged at the on-site aging room, and Eggs Benedict, named after Mrs.
Some of its most notable residents include Mike Tyson, Marc Ecko and Roger Bart.
Specialties include coq au vin and boudin noir, a black sausage with sautéed apples on the side.
Entrees on Aqua's menu include albacore carpaccio, Alaskan halibut, sea vass, and coho salmon.
These include shrimp atop spicy green beans and Serrano ham and foie grass with sauteed quince.
Some of these include cauliflower soup with almonds and mint, skinned rotisserie chicken and a dark ginger cake with caramelized almonds and pears.
Its vegetarian dishes include cuisines from all around the world, like the Vietnamese yellow curry with cashew jasmine rice, and the Italian thin crust pizza with three different types of mushrooms.
Menu items also include lighter fare such as wrap sandwiches, seafood pasta dishes and salad.
Rodizio meals, skewered meats served table-side, are all-you-can eat and include beef, lamb, pork and poultry.
It serves skewered meats that include steak, lamb, ribs, pork loin, sausage and fish.
In addition to steaks, meat choices include lamb, pork, chicken and turkey.
Taking a break from any activity should certainly include a journey into one of Pennsylvania's larger cities for a protein-packed meal.
Dinner selections include pepper-rubbed fillet mignon, grilled swordfish, paella and grilled lamb chops.
Menu items include minestrone, Caesar salad, spaghetti and meatballs, chicken parmigiana, and veal scaloppine Sorrento.
Menu items include fresh salads, steaks, burgers, seafood and pasta.
Dinner entrees include shrimp, tenderloin, chicken and large Caesar salads.
The fresh fish options include Alaskan halibut, Chilean sea bass, and yellow fin tuna, among many other options.
The excellent main course dishes include squid with pickled pepper, shredded pork with sweet bean sauce, lamb with scallion and bullfrog with sichuan pickled hot pepper.
Room amenities include Internet access, cable or satellite TV, work areas with data ports and irons with ironing boards.
Sides include egg rolls, fried wonton, crab rangoon and even French fries.
Lunch options include charbroiled black angus cheeseburgers and crabcake sandwiches.
Nonchicken dinners include barbecued ribs, beer-battered halibut and Oktoberfest sauerbraten.
Entrees include steak, seafood, vegetarian pasta, salads and a full bar menu.
Specialties and favorites include the meter-long bratwurst, beer from a boot and hearty platters.
Seasonal entrees include line-caught summer flounder, or in the fall, applewood smoked yellowfin tuna salad.
Specialty pizzas include vegetarian, meat and Greek.
Appetizer highlights include butter poached kona lobster and the signature soup and sandwich--chilled tomato soup with a grilled mozzarella, foie gras and kalua pig sandwich.
Some of Fleming's most prized meals include king crab legs, bone-in-ribeye, Australian lobster tails and filet mignon.
Restaurant services include a full bar, private dining rooms, banquet rooms and wheelchair-accessible tables.
Some past features include salt-crusted beets topped with anise hyssop or lamb paired with lemon, charred cinnamon and Black Mission figs.
Egg dishes include a classic Benedict, a variety of omelets and skillet breakfasts with green chiles, spicy sausage and Spanish sauce.
Some of the standouts include its iced coffee and its Vermicelli bowls available with grilled shrimp, char-grilled or stir-fried chicken and beef, Vietnamese egg rolls and BBQ pork.
Other favorites include curry chicken and nha trang oysters.
Chef's specials include a signature lobster dish served with five different sauces.
Featured appetizers include Kobe beef "sushi" and tempura lobster blossoms.
Delectable appetizers include barbecued pork spareribs, Slanted Door spring rolls and mesquite grilled lamb sausage with oysters.
Tasty starters include firecracker shrimp, Happy Buddha dumplings, and seared scallops with coconut rice cakes.
Seafood highlights include Shanghai two-way crab with crunchy rice noodles and egg, abalone sashimi and steamed snapper.
Olympia, Washington 98506(360) 753-5700Cicadaolympia.com Dockside Bistro Chef Cedar Martin uses local, fresh ingredients in his seasonal menu items, many of which include organic ingredients.
Some available main courses include the Scottish salmon and grilled New York strip steak.
Healthy brunch menu items include warm organic barley and vanilla bean cereal, veggie burgers with pea shoots and roasted red bell peppers, and buckwheat muesli pancakes.
Other awards include Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.
Entrees include fried fish, grilled trout and barbecue salmon that will please the palate of any seafood lover.
Meat dishes include soy-braised short ribs, and lamb chops encrusted with macadamia nuts and coconut.
Its creative appetizers include tempura ahi wrapped in nori; steamed clams with kalua pig; and roasted duck nachos with homemade tapioca chips.
Salads include pan-seared salmon, and soba noodles with mahi mahi.
Breakfast choices include omelets, creamed chipped beef, and the mildman's special which includes eggs scrambled with diced ham, onions, green peppers and home fries.
The menu choices include chicken Francaise, oven roasted duck, tavern steak, veal and crab Florentine, Sugar Hill crab cakes and Atlantic salmon.
Other meaty specialties include the quite spicy lamb Madras, and chicken cooked with herbs and a delectable butter sauce.
For a good place to start, try the restaurant's recommendations, which include tandoori lamb and shrimp; tandoori boneless chicken and shrimp; and curry with hard-boiled eggs.
The appetizers are so tasty you can make a meal of them---they include samosas (crisp pastries filled with meat or veggies),
onion fritters and tandoori chicken wings (tandoori refers to clay-oven cooking).
Some cities include an array of outdoor activities.
Daily activities include talks by zookeepers, feeding the wildlife, safari school and children's zoo mornings during which children can explore the 40 exhibits in the children's zoo and experience hands-on activities in the Discovery Center.
Its features include a live coral exhibit, tropical landscape, reptile and amphibian building, butterfly garden and Wortham World of Primates.
Variations include roasted red peppers, dill and oregano.
The restaurant is characterized by an outstanding menu with entrees that include petit filet mignon and a mammoth 20-oz.
Main courses include Seared Monkfish, Blue Fin Tuna and Partridge.
Classic, dry-aged steak dishes include prime rib, sirloins up to 18 oz., and marinated rib eye.
Signature dishes include seafood pasta, oak-grilled fish or steak.
Offerings include pizza with figs, gorgonzola, caramelized onions, and truffle oil, an appetizer of grilled rabbit livers with pancetta, rosemary and trio tapenade, and several fish dishes.
Unusual offerings include dishes such as frog legs with a sauce of tomato, shallots, garlic and white wine.
Secondi include Kurobuta pork shank and whole-roasted branzino.
Seattle Magazine writes, "We still swoon over the sweet potato gnocchi with sage." Enticing primi include semolina-encrusted scallops and pappardelle with fava beans, pancetta and mint.
Specials change daily and may include roasted black cod, ricotta dumplings with wild mushrooms, and tandoori roasted poussin.
The award-winning menu offerings include classic seafood fare or signature dishes.
The appetizer and entrée selections include tuna tartare, lobster consommé, scallops, Japanese mackerel, sole and Alaskan halibut.
Popular side choices include the creamed corn and wild mushroom mac and cheese.5330 Belt Line RoadDallas, Texas 75254(972) 934-2467http://www.chamberlainsrestaurant.com/
Recommended sides include homemade mac and cheese, whipped sweet potatoes, garlic smashed potatoes and creamed spinach.4217 Oak Lawn Ave.
Popular dishes include the 19-ounce, dry-aged New York strip, the 24-ounce Cowboy Cut ribeye, and the 8-ounce filet mignon.
O Ranch has numerous other steaks like the cowboy-cut (bone-in) rib eye, chops that include elk, porterhouse and venison, and seafood that includes trout almandine, lobster tail and sea bass.
Examples of the latter include the Farmer's and the Vatican breakfast plates, which consist of a layer of the cafe's potatoes smothered in meat, mushrooms, veggies and cheese.
Other healthy dishes include the sauteed shrimp salad, potato-crusted mahi and summer tomato appetizer with red wine vinaigrette and homemade garlic croutons.
The chefs pride themselves on creating menus that include available local produce, meats and cheeses.
Sites on the 2.5-mile trail include Boston Common, the Park Street Church and the Bunker Hill Monument.
Light appetizers include the house specialty Ceviche Brasitas made of shrimp and calamari.
Local attractions include Golden Gate Park, the San Francisco Ghost Hunt Walking Tour and Pioneer's Monument. 1300 Fillmore St.
Other noteworthy menu items include the lobster bisque and seared jumbo Gulf shrimp.
The rooms also include free wireless service and cable TV.
Evans Notch The White Mountain National Forest stretches into Maine (from nearby New Hampshire) to include the Evans Notch region of Maine.
Other urban areas in the state would include Bangor, Lewiston-Auburn and Augusta, the state capital.
Overnights include adventures such as a simulated missile launch, the chance to live like a sailor and learn about the history of the battleship.
Entrees include pan steamed snapper, a huge steamed shellfish bowl, lamb chops with coconut and macadamia nuts.
Hot menu selections include king crab tempura, wasabi lobster and breast of duck.
The cold menu include lobster ceviche, oysters with three sauces and salmon tartar with caviar.
Menu highlights include Chilean sea bass, roasted goose and filet mignon of venison.
These include the giant stickleback, the speckled dace, the white sturgeon and the green sturgeon.
The restaurant of the Gratz Park Inn, the chef uses apples from the trees in the backyard to include in the salads.
These include the Old South Meeting House, numerous Colonial-era churches and chapels such as the Old North Church, and the site of the Boston Massacre.
Nightlife and dining Urban attractions include the lively club scene of Deep Ellum and the West End historic district.
Things to see include the African-American Museum, Museum of the American Railroad, Museum of Nature and Science (with IMAX theater),
the Women's Museum, Texas Discovery Gardens, and the South Dallas Cultural Center.
Breakfast items are large and consist of some form of loco moco (usually rice, hamburger patty, egg and gravy) while lunch and dinner specialties include poke, crab and sashimi.
Other additions include tomatoes, curry leaves, onions and garlic.
Breakfast options include carrot cake pancakes, Colorado peach pancakes and a surf and turf egg dish; the latter combines shrimp, tenderloin, eggs and cheddar cheese hollandaise.
Tourist attractions include natural hot springs, spas, and of course a number of restaurants.
This should include alternative lines through various parts of the rapid in case of steering errors.
Its other manufactures include machinery, pianos and other musical instruments, cotton goods, cigars, furniture, leather, paper, colours and chemicals.
Its public institutions include tribunals of first instance and of commerce, a council of tradearbitrators, a chamber of commerce and a branch of the Bank of France.
The nati-ve troops include 13 regiments and 8 independent battalions.
Its industries include quarrying and malting, and the manufacture of sugar and machinery.
Industries include ship and boat building and fitting, and motor engineering.
The other public buildings include two churches, a town hall and a hospital.
These include his so-called posthumous works.
It would include ending all non-infectious diseases as well.
The first class include such changes as the alcoholic fermentation of sugar solutions, the acetic acid fermentation of alcohol, the lactic acid fermentation of milk sugar, and the putrefaction of animal and vegetable nitrogenous matter.