Don't confuse the concise dinner menu at Carnegie's Restaurant with uninventiveness. It's actually the result of a dedication to locally sourced herbs and veggies, which the culinary team relies on to craft seasonally changing dishes. Many of these burst with northern Italian flavors, from pork tenderloin roasted in a marsala wine sauce to tiger shrimp and linguini tossed with a tomato cream sauce.
Plenty of wines by the glass and bottle, as well as craft beers, complement feasts unfolding inside the historic Carnegie Library, where varnished hardwoods and chandeliers lend a stately feel to dinners. When weather permits, diners can even head outside to a romantic garden patio whose Venus fly traps are trained not to touch your steak.
The menu at Mama Nita's Pizza runs deep and wide, beginning and ending with the creatively titled specialty pizzas. Try The Hitman, a cheesy pie topped with meatballs, pepperoni, and Italian sausage plus special seasonings, or the Pasketti pie, a robust pan-crust pizza with spaghetti, meatballs, mushrooms, and mozzarella. And while the rest of the menu features American classics such as wings, nachos, and subs, they come in a wide varieties of styles?three types of nachos, more than 15 subs, and wings that come with a choice from 13 sauces. Dessert is no less appetizing?cap the meal off with a homemade cinnamon roll or a dessert pizza cut into slices or post-meal pillows.
After a decade-long stint in law enforcement, Anne E. Currie returned to the profession she is most passionate about: nailcare. Anne came full circle in 2011, when she opened Nailtoepia after having started her career as a nail technician in 1991. A creative soul, Anne specializes in colored acrylics, custom nail art, and glitter nails that double as disco balls for hamster nightclubs. Along with nail enhancements, she offers a full menu of nailcare services that range from Shellac mani-pedis to men's nailcare at her two locations in Greenfield and Morristown.