The Food Rock Café restaurant offers "a little bit of everything" - from salads and daily home-made soups (a combo is $8.95 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.), hamburgers with fries, tacos, gyros, even a Philly cheesesteak. Many of the dishes have an island twist, evident in the hints of spices, mélange of flavors and influences from Chef JD’s Haitian homeland and the Columbian heritage of his wife and co-owner Jennifer Verbel Damas.
The café also features beef empanadas and Hawaiian ham and pineapple empanadas fried to crispy perfection in a cornmeal crust, deep-fried plantains with pulled pork, whole snapper, and cornmeal-crusted arepa con queso with a melty center of tropical cheeses. There's even a shepherd's pie appetizer – aka papa rellena - which is a play on the traditional British dish; it's encased in flaky pastry and fried. The café also offers plenty of nonfried foods such as buffalo chicken quinoa or tuna kale bowls, a variety of salads and steaks.