by Lynlee Smith, ASU Student Intern
If your looking for a great bite to eat around lunch time head to House of Tricks located on third street a brisk walk from the Mill Avenue Lightrail stop. Named after the owners, Robert and Robin Trick, this restaurant is a favorite of mine with multiple delights on the menu and a wide range of wines and beverages available.
A favorite beverage and a must try, is the raspberry iced tea. This is a great thirst quencher, a refreshing iced tea filled with raspberries to give a unique taste. This is a non-alcoholic beverage however House of Tricks offers a great selection of American as well as international wines from around the globe.
House of Tricks serves exquisite salads and sandwiches on their lunch menu. An all time favorite from the menu is the Corned Beef Reuben on Marble Rye with Russian dressing, Gruyere and Sauerkraut. I highly recommend this. House of Tricks is also known for its homemade quiches. This is also another tasty dish served with seasonal fruit, a mixed side salad or homemade soup.
If you’re a sweet tooth, House of Tricks also offers a desert menu that changes regularly. I highly recommend these treat’s as they are a unique tasty bite to top off a great meal.