Using fine Boar's Head ingredients, the sandwich mavens at Fat Boy's fashion massive portions of handheld nourishment. Sink into the soft-breaded benevolence of a Super BLT with cream cheese and avocado ($7.99) or a Hot Poppa sandwich’s strata of oven-gold turkey and monterey jack enlivened by jalapeño peppers and Flamin' Hot Cheetos ($7.49). Fat Boy's tests the tensile strength of a french roll with the Manwich, a medley of turkey, hot dogs, and Andy Capp’s chili-cheese fries ($7.99), as well as with the Rocky, which boasts corned beef, pastrami, and swiss and cheddar ($8.49). The eatery builds a quarter-pound of meats into almost all of its sandwiches, constructing cold deli favorites out of tuna, egg salad, and italian meats. Complimented by the salty crackle of chips and the sweet slurp of 20-ounce soft drinks, a midday meal at Fat Boys' leaves hunger pangs down for a standing eight count.
Today's rich and milky Groupon is bursting with the flavor of $20 worth of cheese and its accompaniments for $10 at Taste Artisan Cheese & Gourmet Shop. Taste Artisan is a full-flavored cheese store with nearly 100 varieties of specially selected handcrafted cheeses from around the world. In addition to cheese, Taste stocks an eclectic array of gourmet cheese-friends such as rare spices, imported oils, aged balsamico, rustic pates, foie gras, and duck and truffle mousses. Click here to discuss Groupon the Cat.
Cafe Paris offers its patrons a taste of France, a place where people step into charmingly uncluttered neighborhood bistros to share plates and wine with friends, dining in an unrushed manner. French native Loris Compiano re-creates that vibe at Cafe Paris, crafting dishes such as toasted, open-faced baguettes with ingredients such as spicy tuna and curry shrimp, bruschetta topped with goat cheese, and roasted herbed potato with three homemade dipping sauces. He also helps complement meals with a list focused on organic, unsulfured wines from California and France.
By picking fish caught from the Chesapeake Bay, the Pacific, and the tropics, Edge of the Ranch, formerly known as Nugent’s Firegrille, gives its menu the depth and variety it needs to reflect classic American culinary sensibilities without growing stale or predictable. The chef mixes up the menu with choices such as line-caught swordfish, organic-fed salmon, and baked Maine lobster. Edge of the Ranch supports sustainable-fishing methods while offering guests the healthiest seafood possible. Alongside the fresh fish, the staff also fire grills Angus steaks—such as filet mignon and flat iron—and all of the eatery’s fare can be paired with draft beers, signature martinis, fine wines, and sea shanties.