Springfield Butcher has been filling bellies and empty barbecue pits with fresh, hand-cut steaks and seafood for more than 30 years. Prime cuts of beef range from filet mignon and Prime rib roast to flank steak, cube steak, and fun-size steaks perfect for trick-or-treaters. Other protein options run the gamut from Danish-style pork ribs to game meats including buffalo, venison leg steaks, and wild boar.
Sausages made in-house are available smoked or un-smoked, and bacon wraps its smoky flavor around scallops, which—like the rest of the shop's seafood offerings—are delivered fresh every day, except Sunday. Those looking to go from stove to table as quickly as possible can also opt for oven-ready entrees such as chicken cordon bleu or pork chops with onion stuffing.
Bozzelli's Italian Deli has been churning out hearty bread-and-meat combos for more than 30 years. Over the years, the menu has blossomed to include palate-pleasing subs such as the classic steak and cheese, honey ham, and various seafood creations ($6.55+ for 8''; $7.55+ for 12''). Transition to flatter eats with a hand-tossed pizza in a predesigned house flavor, or build your own pie from the bottom up ($5.99 and up). In addition to being a peak day for UFO sightings, Wednesdays are also lasagna days at Bozzelli's, when heaping layers of noodle-y, tomato-y goodness give pasta fans the strength to finish out the week.
The menu at Austin Grill represents more than 20 years worth of authentic, time-tested Tex-Mex favorites seasoned with 15 different homemade salsas, sauces, and dressings. A belly-filling roadhouse burrito wraps a fresh flour tortilla around seasoned ground beef and beans, all topped with a drizzle of chili con queso and served with a side of rice ($11.99 at lunch, $11.49 at dinner). Put off cumbersome decision-making and sample the country western flavors of the Joe Ely Big Combo, a medley of a grilled chicken taco, a beef barbacoa enchilada with ancho chili sauce, and a hand-rolled chicken tamale topped with Texas chili ($14.99). A multi-colored Bevo Salad blends house greens, cotija cheese, black beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, corn relish, and crispy tortilla strips in tangy cilantro-lime vinaigrette ($7.99 at lunch, $9.99 at dinner). Mosey in on the weekends to lasso southern brunch specials such as the Austin eggs benedict ($11.49) and cornmeal pancakes with eggs and bacon ($9.59). Diners with more particular palates can direct their eyes toward the lengthy gluten-free menu.
At first blush, Mandarin Chinese Halal Restaurant doesn't seem too different from so many other Chinese restaurants. You can expect to find all the requisite dishes on the menu, including shrimp fried rice, General Tso beef, and vegetable chow mein. But look more closely, and you might be in for a surprise—all of these foods are halal.
"Halal" foods are those that are considered permissible according to Islamic law. Diners at Chinese Halal Cuisine can rest assured that their meals meet these strict standards, whether they are digging into spicy Szechuan chicken or savoring scallops in a black-bean sauce.