Bageltown Cafe, opened in February 2013, serves up coffee, tea, and classic deli cuisine. Patrons can order bagels smeared with scallion- or strawberry-infused cream cheeses, or opt for bialys and made-from-scratch baked sweets that are baked fresh each day. Cooks also grill panini sandwiches, prepare whitefish and lox salads, and sell Boar's Head meats and cheeses by the pound.
Teapot takes its inspiration from the Victorian tearooms of old, where tea was equal parts an excuse to nosh mouthwatering sweets and a social engagement that eventually led to common-law marriages. Get into English character with a scone with butter or preserves ($4.50) to complement a hot, steaming pot of Earl Grey or Darjeeling ($6.95). Teapot's steepable leaf selection has more than 30 varieties of white, black, oolong, rooibos, herbal, and green goodness. While a bountiful brew dances upon your tongue, nibble bites of a specialty sandwich such as the Elizabeth, a cucumber and herb-cream sandwich on a toasted baguette, or the William—white cheddar, green apple, and herb mayonnaise on a croissant ($7.95 each). Pastries and salads are also on the menu.
When not detailing playing-card cakes from moldable fondant, Get Baked prides itself on being a one-stop shop for lounging and noshing on all things crumbly sweet and oven baked. Fragrances of fresh-made focaccia, apple turnovers, and 100% Arabica blend coffee fill the quaint bakery where modern hanging lights dangle overhead like blown glass flowers. Beside red and black armchairs, display cases boast neat rows of cookies, brownies, and signature cupcakes such as roman apple and caramel Snickers. Get Baked also offers gelato and sorbet made with all-natural Italian imported ingredients, and 100 flavors of chilly snoball, made with ice crushed by the boxing gloves of Italy's own Rocky Balboa.
Cuisine Type: Upscale pub fare
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Offering: Tidbits (serving many varieties)
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only
Outdoor Seating: Yes
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We have a very extensive menu serving everything from traditional pub fare to steaks, chops, and seafood.
Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
[The] chicken chianti, hand-stuffed bacon-and-bleu-cheese burger, jumbo hot wings, [and] pulled-pork tacos
D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?
J. Paul's is separated into two areas by double doors. On one side, customers can unwind in our newly remodeled sports-bar area?a perfect place to meet with friends to watch the big game on one of our 15 flat-screen TVs. On the other side of the doors is our 75-seat intimate and cozy dining room featuring both tables and booths, depending on your preference.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We have live music every weekend. For gamblers, J. Paul's also has horse wagering on all races nationwide, as well as NYS Quick Draw.
Johnny B’s Coffee Shop serves up classic American eats in a classy '50s-style diner, layering modern sleekness over doo-wop ambience for locals looking for homemade goodness away from home. Breakfast is served all day, so get an early start to an afternoon by chowing down on made-to-order pancakes with peanut-butter chips ($6.99) and chasing them with freshly ground coffee ($1.25). Or grab a take-out-only commuter special to arrive at work fortified with two eggs, cheese, and bacon, ham, or sausage on a roll ($3.99). Lunchtime brings customers together on old-fashioned red barstools to unfold vengeance plots over a monte cristo sandwich, which encases ham or turkey and melted swiss cheese between twin french-toast slices ($8.95). Soups satisfy stomachs in different ways every day, and a rotating menu of daily specials means patrons are often graced with guest appearances by celebrity edibles ($3.95). If all the nostalgia floating around causes your throat to choke up mid-swallow, loosen it with slurpable desserts such as a soda float ($3.50) or an old-fashioned egg cream ($3.50).
With years of experience behind them, the chefs at Mizuno Japanese Cuisine craft traditional dishes with signature accents. They slice top-grade fish for sashimi and specialty sushi rolls such as the Ichiban roll, a combination of tempura rock shrimp, eel, mango, and avocado wrapped in white kelp seaweed. On the warmer side of the menu, diners will find noodle bowls, tempura plates, and vegetable teriyaki.