With an NFL champion like Tony "The Goose" Siragusa as co-owner, one might expect Tiffany's Restaurant and Bar to show only football. But the eatery's 20-some high-definition flatscreens—extending all the way onto a heated outdoor patio—display everything from basketball and hockey to UFC. The entertainment at Tiffany's isn't all onscreen—throughout the week, events include sets by local DJs, karaoke nights, and Texas hold 'em tournaments.
Founded over 30 years ago, Tiffany's chefs still baste the eatery's award-winning ribs in house-made barbecue sauce, and make meatballs by hand before tossing them with imported Italian pasta. The restaurant has also updated the menu with new, creative twists on bar food and 25 varieties of wings and sauces, such as buffalo wings coated in wasabi sauce. To pair with it all, there are plenty of beers poured from the tap, served in a bottle, or sprayed directly into your mouth from a Super Soaker.
Tortellini. Strawberries. Chicken marsala. You'd normally find these foods on porcelain dishware, not on top of pizzas. At Pizza Oven Mamma Mia, however, they're essential toppings to some of the eatery's most popular pies. In fact, at their glassed-in display counter, you might even see these unorthodox toppings all mingling on the same tray?a slice of penne-vodka pizza next to a slice with broccoli and onions. The rest of the menu is a bit more traditional (eggplant panini at lunch, veal parmigiana at dinner), but you can always end your meal with another of Mamma Mia's unique slices: Nutella dessert pizza with those aforementioned strawberries. Other favorites include Sicilian rice balls, fresh meatballs, breaded chicken cutlets, fresh-made sauce, stuffed peppers, stuffed eggplant, ravioli and Italian sausage, and more.
Peek inside the kitchen of The Dugout Cafe' Bagels & Deli, and you might find chefs handcrafting fresh batches of mozzarella, brewing up savory pots of chicken noodle soup, or whipping up hearty breakfasts of French toast, bagels, and pastries. The specials on the lunch menu change daily, with gyros and pastichio on Wednesdays, tilapia wraps on Friday, and cheesy chicken parm sandwiches on Monday. At breakfast, patrons belly up to the counter for rich cups of coffee and award-winning bagels, while off-site dinner parties and banquets chow down on catered feasts of heroes, pastas, and wraps.
The Great Wazu churns out dozens of hot and cold sandwiches using ingredients such as roast beef, turkey, ham, salami, cheese, and more. In addition to all the handheld edibles, the shop also silences growling stomaches with salads, soups, cookies, and housemade sides such as potato and macaroni salad. Additionally, the eatery provides hot and cold catering services.