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With its origins strongly rooted in St. Louis' former top-flight Japanese restaurant, Robata, Ariake Japanese Steakhouse combines a teppanyaki steak house, where your meal is cooked at your table, with a full sushi bar and a Thai restaurant. While the Japanese menu focuses mostly on the various meats and seafood that will be sizzled right where you sit, such as their filet mignon or lobster, the Thai side turns its culinary attention more toward the sauces and curries that flavor your dish. In addition to the usual pad Thai and stir-fried items, Ariake's Thai menu includes a crispy catfish and garlic frog legs with a spicy sauce. Their sushi menu offers sashimi, rolled sushi and a variety of specialty rolls.
This bookstore giant is faboo for browsing fiction and leafing through magazines while sipping on Starbucks in the quiet café. Sigh. The only thing better is when B&N brings in local acoustic acts to provide a soothing soundtrack.
The Bellacino's in the Hampton Village shopping center is part of the grinder chain started in 1998, with each location locally owned and operated. Its menu focuses on salads, pizza and grinders (natch), with a section devoted to lighter options that use fat-free mozzarella and fat-free mayonnaise. Not interested in the lighter side of life? Go for the "Bomber" -- thin-sliced rib-eye steak with mushrooms, green peppers, cheese, lettuce, tomato and "thick and hearty sauce" or the Italian grinder which is stuffed with ham, salami, sausage, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
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