When you've been searing steaks, pouring beers, and grilling burgers for more than 65 years, chances are you're going to be good at it. Glen Rock Inn is a time-tested restaurant that's attracted a lot of fans throughout the decades. In the dining room, a menu of American eats provides a surplus of options for lunch, dinner, and brunch. Meanwhile, their banquet room is a favorite spot for family or business events and the sports bar offers a cozy atmosphere for more casual occasions.
Casa de la Trova pays homage to Cuba by recreating its flavorful, Spanish- and island-inspired cuisine. Accordingly, the menu overflows with seafood dishes—whole red snapper and grilled jumbo shrimp, to name a few—roasted pork, and tender sirloin steak. One signature dish, arroz con pollo, takes 40 minutes to bake in the oven and consists of chicken on the bone, rice, and fresh veggies in lime juice. At meal's end, diners can indulge in authentic Cuban sweet treats such as guava and cheese empanadas and house-made flan.
The dairy barons behind Yogurt Plus cool fiery appetites with a refreshing menu of self-serve frozen yogurt and other icy treats. Amateur food scientists can craft tasty concoctions from frozen-yogurt flavors ($0.49/oz.) such as dark chocolate, pomegranate, candle-free birthday cake, and rotating sugarless selections before showering creations with more than 30 candy, nut, and fruit toppings. Slurp up strawfuls of Welsh Farms ice-cream shakes ($3.25/16 oz.), bubble teas ($3.50/16 oz.), and puree-laced smoothies ($3.50/16 oz.), or give birthday boys and girls the gift of frozen-yogurt cakes ($14.99 for 6”) instead of shiny new lawn mowers. In addition to tickling taste buds, Yogurt Plus’ fermented confections carry the OU Kosher stamp of approval and boast a host of healthful benefits.
For more than 25 years, Sarah Zadoroznyj's home-baked treats were the talk of the town. Those lucky enough to sample her cookies and cakes at her daughter Rebecca's bake sales and school functions insisted that her desserts were the best and they urged the skilled baker to start her own shop. So she and Rebecca did just that.
At Z-Licious, the duo uses fresh ingredients and preservative-free recipes to keep their customers coming back for favorites such as biscotti and cupcakes. Flavorful, well-crafted eats are the specialty here: "You don’t need a $3 cookie bigger than your hand that’s usually not even fully baked," mom and daughter explain, which is why their ovens produce goodies that prize quality and affordability over size alone. Sarah and Rebecca also see their business as an opportunity to help the planet, using eco-friendly packaging materials and offering discounts on coffee when customers bring in their own mugs.
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Therapeutic optometrist Dr. Natalia Raeva has spent more than a decade testing eyes for glaucoma, cataracts, and dryness. Now, she channels the optometry experience she gained from working in hospitals and nursing homes to both All About Eyes Vision Center and Visual Effects Eyecare Center, where she pulls clients’ sight back into focus with contact, bifocal, and progressive lenses. After Dr. Raeva has tested the health of each eye, the staff fits adults and kids with designer and sports frames from brands such as Ray-Ban, Fendi, and Swissflex. All lenses can be further customized to resist scratches, filter out ultraviolet rays, or deflect the glares of a jealous sun.