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Central Café offers Lebanese cuisine in a fast-casual setting. The menu includes appetizers such as hummus, tabbouleh, fatoush, falafel and kibbe (beef, onions and almonds served with a yogurt sauce.) For heftier meals, Central Café offers sandwiches and entrées, including kebabs (available with chicken, beef or kafta - ground beef with spices, parsley, onions and garlic) and shawarma. The "rotisserie" chicken is a standout, spicy and flavorful. Guests can sit inside or enjoy the small patio. Central Café also offers hookahs.
Sonny's Saloon is the kind of place where patrons show up in paint-splattered jeans or offer high fives with hands slick from mechanics' grease - and where you're likely to be greeted with free shots just for being female. Happy hour seemingly never ends; it's from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. every day, with $10 buckets, $2 wells and $1.50 drafts. Sonny's is a small neighborhood sports bar where the drink is Budweiser, the jokes are blue and the collars are too.
A bright, attractive café that specializes in Lebanese and other Middle Eastern fare. The meat shawarma - beef and lamb slowly roasted on a vertical spit - might be the best in town, as tender as braised beef, its rich, pot roast-like flavor kept lively on the palate by lamb's gaminess. Other dishes include kebabs (beef, lamb, chicken, shrimp) and gargantuan lamb chops served with delicious, tart fattoush sauce. Many vegetarian and vegan options are available, and the falafel and hummus far exceed the status of reliable classics.
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