In the kitchens of Torcellos Restaurant, cooks splash wine sauces over seafood, veal, and dishes from an extensive menu of Italian favorites. As traditional or whole-wheat pastas wind around forks, Italian entrees of veal, chicken, and fish fillet sauté in savory wine sauces. Patrons can promote sharing with a catering package, which offers dinner for up to 60 people or a late-night snack for one competitive eating champion.
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The expert burger makers at SmokaBurger's craft their fresh, hand-pressed patties in-house daily, so each succulent meat sphere boasts a distinctly never-frozen flavor. Patties are cooked to each customer’s liking and can be topped with nine different toppings, including ancho-chipotle sauce, mayonnaise, and grilled peppers. The highly customizable dining experience also allows herbivores to swap out a meat patty for a veggie patty or a fat-free imaginary patty. With its lime-green walls, gleaming wood floor, eclectic adornments, and counter-style service, the fast-casual eatery offers a convenient place to enjoy a hand-held meal that’s also much more comfortable than a dimly lit car trunk.
The sun hangs low on the coast of Santorini, casting a thumb-print of light on the rippling waters of the Aegean Sea. Farther inland, sand recedes into an elegant spreadsheet of block buildings, still cotton-white despite their age. This scene is the backdrop of Aegean Grill's menu, serving as reminder of the restaurant's emphasis on traditional Greek dishes. In the dining room, flaming saganaki cheese starters can be seen flickering like artwork against the restaurant's off-white walls. Waiters arrive to the table with cool hummus dip in one hand, and in the other, entree plates of stuffed shrimp and hearty charcoal-broiled lamb kebabs. The restaurant also offers a large kids’ menu with meals named after Greek deities such as Zeus, Poseidon, and Big Bird.
Wild Ginger's woven lanterns drizzle light on a wall-spanning triptych of paintings that blends modern abstraction with traditional Asian styles. Cherry-red banquettes cushion patrons as they dine on dishes that blend the cuisines of China, Japan, Thailand, and Indonesia. Sushi shares menu space with made-to-order entrees of chicken, duck, and scallops in curry and fruit-based sauces. While waiting on a wok entree to cool, patrons can try to down a frothy brew using only their chopsticks.
Goods from all regions of Italy jostle for attention in the wide front windows of A.S. Fine Foods, whose owners aim to represent the entire Italian peninsula in the stock of their deli and store. More than 35 years of experience inform their selection of epicurean goods, which range from house-made fresh mozzarella to gourmet pastas and their wardrobes of oils, sauces, and San Marzano tomatoes. The shop stays true to its origins as a pork and beef purveyor with a bountiful Italian deli counter that vends Tuscan porchetta and prosciutto de parma as well as home-made sopressata and capicola. Fresh bread from Brooklyn bakeries stars in the lunch menu of hot sandwiches, but not in any of its straight-to-video sequels.