Mozart Cafe’s chefs draw culinary inspiration from modern Israeli cuisine, and the result is an eclectic mix of made-from-scratch kosher dishes ranging from pizza and salad to breakfast salmon platters. The Balkan pizza blends Israeli and Italian flavors with olives chunks of smoky eggplant sitting atop a bed of sauce, mozzarella, and feta cheese. Though the café is decidedly health-focused, plates arrive piled high with portions as generous as what you’d find in a neighborhood diner or your mom’s kitchen.
Vegeterian Seafood Restaurant with 5 star Dishes at Affordable every day prices. We use only the freshest ingridients and all dishes are prepared to order. From our famous hand tossed pizza to our incredible seafood dishes quality and patience is used to produce a top dining experience. We offer Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
A stylish, pitch-black façade with crimson accents beckons passersby into Asia, where they can indulge in hot-off-the-wok chicken and steak entrees, or revel in the rawness of sushi and hand-rolled maki. Like a mashed-potato sculpture of the United Nations headquarters, each feast is an edible testament to a peaceful blend of cultures, with Chinese dishes of crispy duck sharing table space with South American tuna ceviche and Japanese salmon sashimi. Chefs carefully prepare all dishes according to kosher dietary rules.
Amidst the restaurant's funky zebra-print chairs and flat-screen TVs showing the game, guests end meals of pan-seared gyoza or grilled Atlantic salmon with decadent desserts such as chocolate ganache cake or fried gelato. On Saturday nights, diners pair sushi with potent tropical cocktails including minty mojitos or the signature Pineapple Express.
Boca Muse serves up pub fare with hearty sides of nightly entertainment. The menu includes chicken tenders, spinach dip, and mahi mahi sandwiches, all of which pair nicely with drinks from the full bar. Open mic night is every Wednesday, trivia contests take place every Thursday, and Jesse Young and Shauna Sweeney play live acoustic music every Saturday.
Mootz's Italian Ice scoops homemade, health-conscious frozen treats in a spectrum of classic and inventive flavors. Bright-colored scoops of water-based and cream-based italian ices ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) fill dainty white cups with robust flavors such as pink lemonade, java crunch, birthday cake, and Red Bull. Ice cream and frozen yogurt ($2.49 for a small / $4.49 for a large) await a mosaic of cookies, candies, cheesecake pieces, and other toppings arranged in American Gothic replicas. Hot philly pretzels ($1.99) warm ice-numbed tongues with a salty embrace within their twisted bread arms.