This manly haven in the heart of Chicago offers men the chance to sweat out impurities in authentic Old World saunas, then indulge in Eastern European delicacies made from traditional family recipes. Popular items include the beef borscht and the chicken soup (which comes with a whole drumstick).
Indulge in tasty eats while letting your imagination soar at this extraterrestrial-themed restaurant. A standout is the Space Cowboy Burger, which stars 10 ounces of meaty goodness topped with Swiss cheese, mushrooms, bacon, onion rings and a special sauce. Old-school arcade games add to the fun.
Rachael enjoys a beer at this spy-themed spot serving bites and drinks. Prefer a cocktail? Order the Great Spytini, which is served James Bond style: shaken, not stirred. Another must-try is the Squeak-Easy Cheese Curds, golden fried nuggets of cheesy goodness topped with parsley and Parmesan.
Selling about 1,000 pounds of beef each day, this restaurant is fit for hungry cowboys. Here you can feast on steaks, fried mushrooms, burgers and ribs. Finish the 72-ounce sirloin steak — plus a salad, a baked potato, shrimp cocktail and a buttered dinner roll — in under an hour and the meal is free.
Fuel up on both eats and excitement at Lumberjack Feud. Watch competitors tear through timber with chainsaws, shimmy up a 60-foot pole and more while you chow down on dinner. A succulent half-chicken, red potatoes, corn and a buttermilk biscuit form a hearty meal fit for a lumberjack, of course.
This Mexican-themed restaurant takes atmospheric dining to new heights, as it’s tricked out with everything from a 30-foot waterfall to a festive town square. Before exploring the sights, dig into the all-you-can-eat dinner. Don’t miss the sopaipillas: delectable fried pastries drizzled with honey.
For a side of adventure with your meal, head to this saloon carved out of a stunning rock ledge. Take in the cowboy sights while dining on eats with plenty of bold flavor and Southern spice, like the Snake Eyes and Tails appetizer (don’t be fooled — these are fried veggies) and Wild Bill Cody Wings.
There is nothing subtle about this eatery that takes indulgence to insane heights — even by Sin City standards. The hospital-themed joint serves up monstrous portions of meat with items like its Quadruple Bypass Burger. This beast of a meal comes topped with chili and clocks in at 9,982 calories.
For a secluded dining experience, head to this remote eatery that can be reached only by boat, helicopter or seaplane. The menu features a mix of classic American eats and regional favorites, so you can order everything from a cheeseburger to a hogfish (served whole with a fresh mango salsa).
Relive the glamour of the 1920s at Cuchi Cuchi, which features vintage decor and a menu with an international flair. One standout is the seafood avocado. For this dish, a peeled avocado is stuffed with a bright, fresh mixture of shrimp, scallops, tomatoes, onions and jalapenos, then served with slices of poached octopus and grilled lobster meat. Pair it with a muddled cocktail and let the party begin!
Experience the cowboy life — and hearty eats to boot — with a trip to this replica of an 1880s frontier town. Chow down on hand-cut steaks, which are grilled with mesquite wood for smokiness and come complete with a branded R. Attractions like a blacksmith and a mechanical bull add to the fun.
Want to spice up your dinner with some action-packed excitement? Head to this replica of a 1920s speakeasy, where a cast of flappers, tap dancers and gangsters will entertain while you indulge in a three-course meal. Order Frankie’s Feast for two 7-ounce pork chops served with mushroom sauce.
At Mai-Kai, the delicious cuisine and spectacular sights make for an extraordinary dining experience. Try the Peking duck cooked in an authentic Chinese wood-burning oven. Savor your meal while watching Polynesian dance performances, then stroll through the lush gardens dotted with waterfalls.
This eatery serves up spine-tingling thrills alongside its comfort food dishes with a twist. Dig into tasty eats like the Jekyll & Hyde Steakhouse Burger (it’s loaded with blue cheese, crispy bacon and a housemade steak sauce) while soaking up the spooky ambiance complete with creepy animatronics.
In the mood for a side of ghostly spirits with your soul food? Then swing by this intimate eatery that draws diners with its Southern Cajun Creole cuisine — and reported paranormal activity. Keep an eye out for apparitions while dining on delicacies like crawfish pie and Plantation Puppies.