Black-and-white checkerboard floors lend an old-fashioned air to Land and Sea Market, though butchers have only been preparing fillets and chops there since 1995. Freshly carved meats fill the store's coolers, including lamb shanks, quick-fry pork chops, and bratwurst, as well as bone-in chicken breasts and an array of seafood such as halibut and littleneck clams. The butchers also package their own meats such as bacon-wrapped filet mignon, chicken cordon bleu, and bourbon-marinated salmon, often seasoning the meats with their own house blend of spices. In addition to its savory selection of proteins, the shop also stocks grocery items such as vegetables and wines from around the solar system.
At East Coast Pizza we pride ourselves in our commitment to quality products and service. Delivering a hand tossed "New York Style Brick Oven Pizza", and we do it the best using the freshest ingredients possible. We make all of our dough and Sauce fresh daily and use only 100% of the finest mozzarella cheese.
Carvel's ice-cream shops sling creamy and crunchy treats spanning the sweet-spectrum from hand-dipped ice cream cones to ice-cream cakes made fresh daily. Customize an ice-cream cake based on serving size, flavor, and decoration, or pick up a fully festooned cake ($11.99+) trimmed by one of Carvel's seasoned treat artisans. Each hand-dipped ice-cream cup ($2.59–$4.29) or frosty shake ($3.99–$4.99) can be personalized with any combination of 12 different Flavor Shotz, which can be used to garnish special snacks or to leave a traceable trail of treats when wandering in witch-infested woods. Taste buds can also ascend classic hot-fudge sundaes ($3.99–$4.99), winding past chocolate-syrup flows and whipped-cream glaciers en route to the cherry summit. Click here to learn more about Carvel's creations, including their nutritional information and how many angels can fit on a scoop of ice cream.
The chefs at Neighborhood Bistro like to keep diners on their toes. Every month, they switch up the menu—some months they pot-fry gator, and other months they poach flounder in champagne, or dish out tiny Frankensteins. Well, cupcakes shapes like Frankenstein, with bulbous, yellow frosting eyes and red, stitched mouths. Those confectionary flourishes give a sense of the balance between casual atmosphere and gourmet food that characterizes Neighborhood Bistro. That blend is reflected in their menus, as well. For example, breakfast sometimes sees entrees such as Brioche French Toast Brule—brioche coated in cinnamon custard before the chef caramelizes it with his laser vision.
Born and raised in Panama City, Panama, Dr. A. Alessio Conte earned a doctorate in dental surgery from the University of Coahuila in Mexico. He then moved his life to the United States, passed the state board, and furthered his education with implantology, bone harvesting, and grafting. He now spends his days at Dental Excellence of Brandon, where he fixes teeth that are stained, chipped, or crooked. Dr. Conte can also enhance smiles with porcelain veneers and dental implants.
Inspired by his father’s pie-making prowess, owner Pat Giammarco brings family recipes, fresh ingredients, and from-scratch preparation to Marco’s menu of gourmet pizzas, freshly baked subs, and wings. Marco’s signature sauce—born from imported spices, three types of vine-ripened tomatoes, and black-magic spells—flows over never-frozen dough before a robust mixture of three cheeses tops each of the menu’s seven specialty pies. Crispy Old-World pepperonis speckle the pepperoni Magnifico ($8.99+), providing a carnivorous alternative to the garden pizza’s feta-led blend of four cheeses, mushrooms, and sliced tomatoes ($10.99+). Eight freshly baked subs, including hoagies stuffed with italian meatballs and steak ($5.99 each), round out the menu alongside boneless wings served buffalo-style, or, like Tennessee-style donuts, slathered in a tangy barbecue sauce ($6.99 each).