This is the most generous portion of the options. The house-made chips are covered in a buffalo chicken dip.
These nachos are phenomenal. They have a kick that the blue cheese cream balances incredibly well, making the dip smooth in both texture and taste.
It’s not the same as eating buffalo wings. The heat is much more subdued but blends amazingly well. The chips themselves are on the thinner side, crispy and fresh—perfect for nachos. For $11, we would order these again and again.
This is a really interesting and delicious take on popcorn. The magic doesn’t come so much from the duck. The popcorn cooked in duck fat has a subtle taste, but the best flavor comes from mixing it with nice-sized chunks of bacon.
The pork really complements the caramel well and balances out the saltiness of the dish. But beware: the caramel needed to grab the peanuts and bacon will also adhere to un-popped kernels, so bite with caution.
This is the same as the pie of the same name available at City Works, but this is a portable option. It’s a dense, rich dessert, with a thick layer of peanut butter mousse surrounded by chocolate, Snickers, and Oreo crumble.
This is a seriously heavy dessert but with an excellent taste. The peanut butter mousse has the perfect texture for peanut butter lovers. It’s thick but easier to eat than actual peanut butter.
The Limited use of chocolate and candy crumbles accentuate the peanut butter rather than overpower it. If you’re a fan of peanut butter and in the mood for a substantial dessert, this cup is for you.