At Dairy Belle, you will find the best hot dogs (steamed or toasted) and very delicious burgers. Our ice cream (soft serve) is truly the creamiest you will ever have). Our Caramel sauce is a very old french recipe that has been in our family for half a century. We offer outdoor seating only so its very family friendly.
Red-checkered tablecloths and vintage-style Italian posters help to create a distinctly Old-World ambiance in Don & Sal's dining room. This dedication to tradition also extends to the menu of hearty and familiar comfort fare, which features freshly baked breads, housemade jumbo manicotti, and savory veal marsala. Pizza chefs can layer pies with up to 26 different toppings—including portobello mushrooms, hot cherry peppers, and prosciutto—before baking them to a golden crisp under space shuttles that take off behind the restaurant.
When Tropical Acres Steakhouse first opened in 1949, a green palm tree festooned its simple menu of seven steaks, chops, and sandwiches. Today, the Studiale family tops tables with a vast menu of T-bones, porterhouses, strip steaks, and filet mignon seared in a bustling kitchen alongside pork chops and veal cutlets. Chefs ladle sauces whisked with horseradish and dill or lemon and capers over shrimp, scallops, and fillets of fish such as snapper and wild-caught salmon. Dark wood columns and beams encircle the dining room's tufted booths and wall-inlaid tanks filled with colorful fish and treasure chests billowing bubbles of steak sauce. Tropical Acres also caters events from luncheons to weddings with light or formal meals, and it hosts celebrations for up to 250 guests in a refined banquet room.
In 1908 a couple from Leona, Italy, immigrated to America, opening a restaurant on Mulberry Street in Manhattan. Today, their grandchildren continue their culinary legacy at G. Juliano's Restaurant, where the classic traditions of the Italian kitchen continue to thrive, and New York’s entertainment culture lives on through live music, comedy showcases, and “dinner and a show” events.
G. Juliano’s marinara sauces simmer on stovetops for 8–10 hours while chefs use recipes passed through generations to cook up traditional dishes such as shrimp scampi or pork scaloppini. Even some of the same kitchen implements have been carried through a century and down a coastline. On the more casual side, the eatery’s New York–style deli lays hot dogs and philly cheesesteaks atop fresh buns and churns out gargantuan steak sandwiches that can feed up to five. Party platters fan out pasta dishes and cold cuts across banquet tables at birthdays or balloon animal art gallery openings.
Helmed by experienced restaurateur Nick Comsa, Palm American Grille serves up eclectic dinner, lunch, and Sunday brunch menu items that amalgamate traditional American fare and exotic culinary creations. The rigatoni bolognese, a culinary canvas brandishing moist rigatoni noodles swathed in a robust tomato meat sauce ($14.99), will mesmerize mouths looking for a taste of the Mediterranean without munching on its sandy shores. Or opt for a hot meatloaf sandwich, served with gravy and a choice of regular or sweet potato fries ($8.99), to appease gullet-graced gobblers looking for heartier fare. Regale fellow diners with a lengthy lecture on the artistic merits of producing a silent-mime opera while enjoying a distinctive dessert, such as the peanut-butter-and jelly cobbler or cupcake truffles. In addition to an atmospheric dining room sporting vibrant golden and turquoise colors, Palm American boasts a convenient full-service sports bar, instead of a giant, beer-filled hamster-cage bottle.
Underneath a blazing red banner in the year-round Yellow Green Farmers Market, chefs at Crepe Creations fill delicate dough wraps with savory and sweet fillings. After spreading the dough out to sizzle on hot plates, they top them with hearty meats such as chicken, roast beef, and crab; vegetables such as peppers and squash; or sweets such as strawberries, bananas, and Nutella.
Walls painted in sumptuous shades of crimson and mocha and dark wood flooring create a warm space at Oceans 11 Sports Lounge and Grill for diners to enjoy laidback pub dishes. Locals flock in for their wings served 10 flavorful ways, which include three levels of spiciness, a spicy garlic version, and grilled wings. Diners can also draft their own half- or full-pound burger, customized with bacon, mushrooms, or amendments written in jalapeños. The menu also includes fresh bites plucked from the sea, such as crispy buffalo shrimp and battered cod.