Winner of a Golden Fork Award for Best Sandwich and runner-up for Best Gourmet Deli Dine-in from Fox Cities Magazine, New York Deli treats ravenous patrons to an impressive spread of sandwiches, subs, gourmet paninis, wraps, made-from-scratch soups, and fresh salads. New York Deli culls gourmet ingredients, local produce, and high-quality Boar’s Head meats to furnish each menu item. Sink sharpened mouth knives into the corned beef-loaded classic Reuben, New York Deli’s most popular bread-framed treat ($7.29). The BLT&A provides a tropical twist on the classic sammy, pairing it with avocado, swiss cheese, and chipotle-lime mayo ($5.99). Like the Jimmy Carter/Richard Nixon comedy hour, the turkey apple harvest wrap combines sweet and salty beltway charm of turkey, bacon, provolone cheese, and apple butter ($6.79). Herbivores and herbivoyeurs can feast on the greek salad ($6.95), or tomato and mozzarella panini ($5.79). Cap off your mealsperience with a sweet sampling of dessert such as New York–style cheesecake or german chocolate cake baked fresh daily.
Celebrating more than half a century in business, Tom's Drive-In sates speedy appetites with a multifarious menu of quality eats and prompt, courteous service. Swing by for the signature Tominator combo and have the flame-broiled quarter-pound burger patty with a slew of toppings saunter into the stomach alongside french fries and a regular soda ($4.59). Feed a whole household or a gaggle of orphaned condor hatchlings with a family pack, which includes six Works cheeseburgers topped with a choice of four unique sauces and paired with a box of fries ($9.19). While relaxing in a sleek, space-pod¬–styled booth and soaking in the retro décor, treat taste buds to an arctic blast of ice cream and chewy sweets ($2.50+) before driving off into the dim sunset or groping forward into a beaming eclipse.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has smoked beef brisket in-house nearly every night since 1941, painting each morsel with a tangy house-made sauce. Pulled pork, turkey breast, and polish sausage round out the menu with meals that are heartier than a burrito wrapped in Paul Bunyan’s plaid shirt. Boxed lunches and catered buffets brim with homestyle sides such as coleslaw, mac 'n' cheese, and jalapeño beans. Once the last pickle has been crunched and the last finger has been licked, guests can savor one of the restaurant’s most cherished traditions: a vanilla cone, on the house.
Pretzelmaker draws its inspiration from fifth-century German monks, who are credited with inventing the first pretzels to reward children’s good deeds. Today, freshly baked pretzels and pretzel bites, seasoned with flavors ranging from iced cinnamon-swirl to barbecue chipotle, along with the old standby salt, reward any craving. To enhance the scrumptious experience, Pretzelmaker offers a selection of dipping sauces, including cheddar and caramel.
The cuisine served at The Country Club would fit right in at a fancy club couched along a rolling golf course. Prime rib, broiled sea scallops, and lobster tails with drawn butter are a few of the chef's specialties. However, the atmosphere here is laid-back and welcoming rather than ritzy or exclusive. Friends gather at the family-run supper club for dinner Wednesday–Saturday. Afterward, many patrons enjoy sipping cocktails on the outdoor deck.
The variety on the menu at B.J. Clancy's is enough to make even the most decisive diner hesitate, debating the choice of fried Icelandic haddock over teriyaki chicken or a flame-broiled california burger. Nacho Bar, pretzels, and popcorn are served free at the pub, and all-you-can-eat fish fry events each Friday keep even the hungriest seafood-lovers satisfied.