American Food at Papa C's Eastside Café (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Classic and expansive American–style menu includes half-pound sirloin burgers, hearty pasta platters, and pizzas made with handmade dough

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Reservations required. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid with any other offers. Not valid for breakfast. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of food for two people
  • $17 for $35 worth of food for four or more people

Choose from pizzas such as a philly steak pie with homemade sweet-and-sour sauce ($18.99 for a large), burgers, or hot or cold grinders, as well as dinner entrees such as a full rack of slow-roasted barbecue ribs with a choice of two sides ($15.99).

Papa C's Eastside Café

Pizza for breakfast? Papa C's Eastside Café's Chef Sal Cimino can make it happen. He and his crew are up early anyway, crafting daily batches of dough that become buns for grinders, crusts for gourmet pizzas, including a Loaded Potato Pie with bacon bits and cheddar cheese, and calzones served with homemade dipping sauce. During dessert, their handiwork is fried and transformed into signature cinnamon pillows, tossed with butter, cinnamon, and sugar, providing an airier alternative to the signature sallyoos––battered, deep-fried Oreos dusted with powdered sugar, topped with whipped cream, and sprinkled with the remnants of shredded New Year's resolutions.

The Papa C's Eastside Café team also raises another kind of dough to combine its support of local artists with a passion for helping those in need. In 2010, the crew hosted an art exhibition in which artists were invited to create pieces on site using watercolors, pencils, and other media. The works were then displayed on the walls and raffled off to benefit a charitable organization that helps children in Haiti.

Eastside Café

Pizza for breakfast? Eastside Café's Chef Sal Cimino can make it happen. He and his crew are up early anyway, crafting daily batches of dough that become buns for grinders, crusts for gourmet pizzas, including a Loaded Potato Pie with bacon bits and cheddar cheese, and calzones served with homemade dipping sauce. During dessert, their handiwork is fried and transformed into signature cinnamon pillows, tossed with butter, cinnamon, and sugar, providing an airier alternative to the signature sallyoos––battered, deep-fried Oreos dusted with powdered sugar, topped with whipped cream, and sprinkled with the remnants of shredded New Year's resolutions.

The Eastside Café team also raises another kind of dough to combine its support of local artists with a passion for helping those in need. In 2010, the crew hosted an art exhibition in which artists were invited to create pieces on site using watercolors, pencils, and other media. The works were then displayed on the walls and raffled off to benefit a charitable organization that helps children in Haiti.


Tips

  • “Things were good, items were fresh, service was great would return.”

  • “Good service-ordered at counter and dined-in--kid who served me was great!”

  • “Great”

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