Meatball Comedy Stop travels to a variety of venues presenting standup sets during the night. But regardless of its latest resident bar, restaurant, or whoopee-cushion factory, it always brings along a brick-wall façade. It's served as the backdrop for a variety of national headliners. Audiences lounging in cabaret-style seating sip cocktails and munch snacks between chuckles.
Though there’s a colorful mural running the length of the booths on one of Oasis Market & Grill’s walls, it’s probably not the widest thing in the restaurant. That honor goes to the menu, whose blend of American and Middle Eastern food doesn’t skimp on either culinary tradition. From the appetizer selection encapsulating wings, hummus, fried kibbeh, and much more to the lunch portion of the menu that situates pizzas and calzones right next to beef gyros and hummus tabbouleh sandwiches, the menu boldly brings together dishes from all over. Even the individual selections might blend different culinary influences. Take the Istanbuli pizza; it features soujok, peppers, and onions and a national identity that has to be triangulated between Turkey, the United States, and Italy. There are also the menu’s pasta dishes, which meld chicken kebabs and noodles or feature zesty Cajun shrimp and noodles. Conveniently, the bold and expansive menu still has room for younger palates with its equally diverse, if shorter, kids’ menu.
Independent full-service pharmacy, neighborhood convenience store with an eclectic selection of value priced wines from all over the globe. Prescription drugs, including compounding services, o.t.c. drugs, notions, household goods, groceries, beer, wine & spirits. Kosher wine selection also. Friendly staff with great tenure
The Fish Market Restaurant and Bar’s talented chefs plate an array of seafood menu offerings alongside succulent steaks and bountiful pastas to complete a scenic waterfront-dining experience. Lunchtime cravings meet their match against the lobster roll—a freshly shucked lobster bathed in tarragon mayo and served on a grilled roll ($14). Pescetarians can their sink fangs into the linguine and clam sauce’s locally sourced littleneck clams sautéed in house-made marinara ($17). The catch of the day sends a baked filet sailing toward tables toting house stuffing and a copy of the day’s newspaper to prove its freshness ($19). The seafood fra diavola unrolls a veritable red carpet fit for oceanic celebrities such as shrimp, sea scallops, muscles, and lobster doused in spicy marinara and served over linguine or penne pasta ($29).