I love, love, love this donut shop. The Fractured Prune is a great place to get unique, fresh donuts. They make you a sample of your choice on your first visit. You can make your own donuts with different icings and toppings. They bake them fresh while you wait! They're a little pricey, but a fabulous treat for yourself and family.
The burgers are great. I've tried some of the entrees and really like the Fish 'n Chips. I like that they have bottomless fries - cuts out the need for appetizers. However, I will never go back again because they're service is horrible. It can't be that they have too many tables, because they've only had four tables or less each time I've been there. They just don't care if you're satisfied or not. I DO NOT recommend this Red Robin restaurant.
You've got to try this place. They're pastas are delicious. The pizzas are phenomenal. I can't think of a single thing wrong with this place. Even the restrooms are cool. Definitely worth trying.
Frankie's is a fun, family/kid oriented place, but bring your credit card. You'll definitely spend money there. Nothing is cheap. In fact, I would say the arcade games are over priced. Miniature golf is around $6 per person, which is reasonable in my book. I hear there restaurant is good, but I haven't tried it.
Jersey Mike's is a decent place to get a sub. They meatball subs are good. Sandwiches are served on cheap paper plates, so something messy like a meatball sub can soak through the plates easily. Other than that, Jersey Mike's is a good place to eat when you're in the neighbor. I definitely wouldn't go out of my way to eat there.
K&W just didn't do it for me. There was a large selection of food, but it's quality and portion compared to the price just wasn't worth it. There was a nice crowd when I went, but nothing out of control. I probably wouldn't go again unless invited.
Fun, sports atmosphere. The food is fabulous - try the Chicken Club pizza. Service is good - we never had empty drinks and were served quickly. I will definitely be back to this restaurant.
Penn Station is a great place to eat a hot sub. There is a variety of sandwiches and they make they're french fries fresh. You get a free chocolate cookie with your order on Tuesdays. :) I love this place.
I've been to this Ted's Montana Grill at Triangle Towne Center a few times. The food was wonderful each time. The beer can chicken is great. This is kind of funny, but I think the buffalo burgers taste like meatloaf. :) They serve these weird, almost pickled-cucumbers that I could definitely live without. The company is environment conscious and serve straws made out of recycled paper - which can get mushy after a while. The service has ranged from okay to fabulous. I guess it depends on the time and person. This restaurant is definitely worth trying.