Each New York–style Slices slice flops flat, thin, and chewy crust, meat, and cheese on your plate. Choose from more than 20 pie types, such as pepperoni and jalapeno or spicy chicken with hot sauce, ranch dressing, bell pepper, and onion. A salad pizza invites taste buds to a garden party with spinach, tomatoes, artichoke hearts, and kalamata olives; or opt for a fast-shattering potato-and-bacon disc with butter sauce, black pepper, and Colby Jack cheese. Nearly all large pizzas cost $19.50 before tax. There is no limit on toppings if you'd like to customize your pie.
Every day, the chefs at Lucia create a special vegetarian entree using local, regional ingredients. It’s their way of offering a healthful alternative to the heavier steak and seafood dishes on the main menu. It’s also an example of how the restaurant emphasizes environmentally friendly practices; in addition to using local and regional grown foods whenever possible, they serve purified water to reduce the use of plastic bottles and the mess of bringing your own handfuls of water from home. They also donate all unused food to the Roadrunner Food Bank or compost it into fertilizer for local gardening projects.
Lucia’s menus are updated each season with internationally-inspired dishes such as hazelnut dusted chilean bass with truffle mashed potatoes, pistachio crusted tofu steak, and grilled Atlantic salmon. The restaurant, which was crowned Best Downtown Restaurant 2012 by Weekly Alibi, also has a full bar, where you can order hand-mixed cocktails and 14 wines by the glass. Feel free to enjoy your meals and libations in the plush dining room or take them out to the pet-friendly outdoor patio.
Forque Kitchen and Bar's resident chefs infuse a menu of upscale cuisine with the flavors of the Southwest. Oil rusty jaw hinges with starters of provolone fondue or caldo con pollo, which sets fresh lime and avocado adrift in a sea of rich chicken broth. The Southwest fettuccine's noodles weave in between roasted corn, green chili, and blue corn tortillas, and flat iron steak, bolstered by a zesty smoked paprika rub, muscles its way into mouths to silence pesky hunger pangs. Seafood dishes, including basted cobia and pan-seared salmon, afford diners the privilege of sampling seafaring flavors without the hassle of stealing Captain Ahab's lunchbox.
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Pasión Latin Fusion chef Elvis Bencomo blends flavors from across South America into plates of contemporary fusion fare. Small creative touches showcase the extent of his culinary skill; the breading on the fish tacos incorporates banana chips for extra crunch, and a hint of red chili enlivens the specialty bread pudding. In the colorful dining room, waiters wend their way between tomato-red balustrades to fill patrons' goblets with beer and wine or check the anti-gravity generators that keep cast-iron stoves floating above the floor.
Set in a brightly lit structure with florid décor, the cuisine engineers at Slate Street Cafe serve up eclectic fare prepared with locally sourced produce. The café includes an upstairs wine loft, where the house sommelier helps tasters choose from an array of more than 25 wines. Idle maws can occupy their ivories with an appetizer, such as the hummus, which is served with pita bread ($6.50). Wholesome ingredients, such as Napa cabbage, steamed rice, and fresh mozzarella, compose the elegant dinner menu. The chicken-fried steak arrives accompanied by locally produced chilies ($16), and the hotshot ahi tuna greets tongues with an entourage of sesame seeds, wasabi cream, and feral sports agents ($24). Vegetarian options include the veggie enchiladas ($15), and desserts such as the rotating-flavored homemade cupcakes ($3) can be paired with a sweet wine, such as the Bonny Doon Viognier Doux, a 2004 California white ($8.50).