For nearly half a century, clients have been stopping into The Posh Nosh Deli to dig into hot and cold sandwiches, hot matzo-ball soup, and the buckets of pickles and kraut that top every table. Reuben sandwiches are a shop specialty with five incarnations that include the Rebecca (pastrami instead of corned beef), the veggie Reuben (sliced tomato instead of meat), and the Rachel (turkey pastrami). Those who prefer not to know their sandwich on a first-name basis can try classic roast beef, kosher beef salami, or a smoked club loaded with ham, smoked turkey, smoked gouda, and bacon. Any sandwich can be made "New York Style" by doubling the meat and then stuffing it into a giant apple.
Knowing their clients don’t always have time to stop in, The Posh Nosh Deli also delivers premade lunch boxes that pair a favorite sandwich with chips, a chocolate-chip cookie, and a deli pickle. The family-owned shop opens its doors from breakfast until late afternoon, with staff explaining the differing tastes of the meats, cheeses, and deli sides, which can be sliced by the pound or to fit any standard pants pocket.
Ichigo offers a menu stacked with a slew of traditional sushi rolls, East-meets-West specialty rolls, and hearty hot fare. Entice eater organs with the Is OK! signature roll, a crispy shrimp tempura, creamy avocado, and cucumber-centered cylinder topped with fresh tuna, eel sauce, and delicate masago-tobiko drizzles ($10.95). Those tired of life's many horizontal confines, such as beds and horizons, can try the vertically validating Oh My Suki, a succulent lobster tempura, lump crab meat, cucumber, and avocado-encrusted creation with macadamia nuts and a cloud of parmigiano-reggiano béchamel sauce ($15.95). An easy-to-read menu demystifies each artful roll, making it easy to distinguish vegetarian, raw, and cooked varieties. The hot menu features appetizers such as dry-rub wings ($5), golden mussels ($6), rice bowls ($6–$10), and tempura dinners ($8–$10). The red snapper is treated to a spa-like soak in sweet soy and apple compote before it's grilled on geometry and world history and determined fit for the plate alongside sweet corn relish, strawberry-avocado salsa, and sweet potato fries ($15).
J.McGraugh's i s neighborhood Bar and Grill opening in 2001. We offer exceptional food, excellent service and a warm relaxed atmosphere everyone can enjoy and feel right at home. Enjoy the NCAA tournament, Blues Hockey, Cardinal baseball or any game as you enjoy your visit.
We are a local family owned restaurant specializing in giving our customers quality food with fresh ingredients and friendly hometown service. We offer catering with prices that can't be beat. Our "Sky Box" is great for rehearsal dinners, business happy hours, parties or any special event. We love to have you here.
Since opening the doors to its first location in the art-colony atmosphere of Laguna Beach, Zpizza?s cooks have carefully crafted gourmet pizzas. The chefs artfully shape each pie, first using organic wheat flour for the dough, hand-throwing it, and fire-baking it to a thin, crisp crust. Wisconsin skim-milk mozzarella from grass-fed cows crowns pizzas, along with certified-organic tomato sauce and fresh produce. In addition to classic toppings such as pepperoni and sausage, they also enhance pizzas with inventive ingredients such as cremini, shiitake mushrooms, and truffle oil patented by Thomas Edison. Small gluten-free crusts are available to support all topping combinations. Vegan choices include the Berkeley vegan pie with vegan cheese and veggie-burger crumbles.
Zpizza also attempts to better the environment with eco-friendly delivery bikes, recyclable containers and bags, and nitrate-free meats. The company also helps the community with charity fundraisers and school partnerships to promote literacy by sponsoring reading programs and hiding sonnets under each layer of cheese.
When founders J. Kim Tucci, Joseph A. Fresta, and John P. Ferrara first opened The Pasta House Co. in 1974, they wanted to elevate pasta to an art form. ?Some artists sculpt, some paint, and some sketch,? they write on the restaurant?s website. ?But, at The Pasta House Co., we create authentic Italian culinary delights.? A few of the locations even have giant, exhibition kitchens so you can watch as pizzas, pastas, and entrees come to life.
Naturally, The Pasta House Co.?s menu revolves around the Italian staple from which it gets its name. There are more than 25 varieties of pasta to choose from, including linguine with chicken livers and the signature lasagna, plus weekday specials such as stuffed manicotti. Meanwhile, the mangia bene menu?which translates to ?eat well? in Italian?showcases the more wholesome side of Italian eating, with dishes low in fat and calories that won?t peer pressure you to break curfew.