Not only does Pizza My Heart have free Wi-Fi, comfortable booth seating and pretty good "Super Veggie" thin-crust pizza for $4 a slice...but they are also open till midnight Sunday to Thursday and 2:00am on Friday and Saturday.
I didn't eat at Pizz'a Chicago, but I had their pizza delivery and I thoroughly enjoyed it! My favorite pizza had fresh sliced tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic and fresh basil and if I ate that first, I wouldn't have tried anything else...it was THAT good!
I absolutely LOVE the Malaysian food at Coconut Grove, especially the Penang Sizzling Scallops!!! They also have a delicious beverage called the ABC (Ais Batu Campur) that's way better any boba tea or even halo-halo. The coconut milk rice is a must to go along with the sizzling scallops dish. Great service, too!
Ku Day Ta Tea Lounge is located near the Century Theatres at the Great Mall, next door to the Glow In The Dark Mini Golf place. They have every single tea beverage you can think of and the ambiance is really soothing...it's a great retreat after fighting mall madness!
If you like sake, go to Washiku on Monday to Thursday nights...they have 99-cent sake! They also have a pretty good "Ocean's Trio" roll. The Lion's Roll was okay and their California Rolls are a little salty. Good service.
This is the Starbucks in the Lucky Shopping Center behind the ARCO Gas Station. They close early...we were there on a Friday night and were surprised to see that they close at 8pm! It's an older Starbucks...not as nice as most Starbucks I've been to, but their drinks taste as good as any other Starbucks!
Paradise Grill was previously known as Paradiso at Willow Park. They have a delicious meatloaf dinner that comes with peas and mashed potatoes, but it's only available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Their flatiron steak is also really good and so is their peach/blackberry cobbler...it's a dessert big enough to share!
This Starbucks near the Regal Cinemas in Dublin is open until midnight Monday to Thursday and 1:00am on Friday and Saturday...they're open the latest in the Tri-Valley, but they do not have a drive-thru. Typical Starbucks service, coffee and lots of outdoor tables.
We ordered a variety of items during our first visit here: fried artichoke hearts, fried calamari, BBQ oysters, fried oysters and Dungeness crab. The artichoke was good, but we found a hair in the batter...so this dish got taken away and off the bill. The calamari was okay, although I expected better from a restaurant in HMB. The BBQ oysters came 4 to a plate, but one was missing and another one was really, really small...we asked for the fried oysters instead and those were pretty good. The crab was overpriced ($15.95 for a tiny half crab).
Although the service was friendly and our server was apologetic about everything that happened tonight, we would not eat here again.
I love their wor won ton soup they serve here...it's filled with so many different veggies and meats (way more than any other wor won ton soup I've had anywhere else) and even the broth is so good! They also have good pork buns here, so although you'll be full after the soup, get one to go!