Having a hard time deciding what pizza topping to order? Bergen Brick Oven Bar & Grill's got you covered with its Garbage pie?chefs load it up with pepperoni, ham, meatballs, broccoli rabe, peppers, and a whole host of other toppings before sliding it into a traditional brick oven till its crust is a crisp golden brown. If you're not in the mood for pizza, the bar and grill's other offerings include burgers, sandwiches served on garlic bread, and hearty entrees such as chicken picatta and eggplant parmesan.
For more than 40 years, the LaMorte family has regaled diners with mouthwatering Italian meals that spotlight richly sauced pastas, juicy steaks, and ocean-fresh seafood. The fully handicap-accessible space charms visitors with its art-peppered walls, coral accents, and varnished wood. The sun-drenched patio showcases a dark wood bar and a wood-fired brick pizza oven. The restaurant's catering services banquets of up to 500 guests or two narwhals with family-style Italian fare and hot or cold buffets.
Since its founding in 1948, the family-owned Luigi’s Restaurant has created a wide selection of Italian favorites. From house-made gnocchi in a light tomato cream sauce and imported romano cheese to prosciutto- and mozzarella-stuffed pork chops, the menu caters to the entire family’s tastes—also presenting kids’ options. Beyond the family-friendly dining room—whose padded booths look extra comfy juxtaposed with chest-high stone walls—the eatery has a bar. Here, libation-makers pour out wines and offer up a condensed food menu, which does not mean the mozzarella sticks are only 4 millimeters long. They also shake up specialty martinis, such as the flirt-tini—a fruity beverage born of the flirtations between an orange-flavored vodka and pineapple juice.
Before helming the kitchen at Luka's Italian Cuisine, Chef Luka lived and cooked all over Europe and America, from his native Montenegro to New York City. Though he focuses primarily on the food of Italy and his homeland, Luka incorporates techniques he learned in the many eateries where he spent his formative years. The chef broils freshly delivered scallops and serves them alongside his signature veal Luka, and he eases pasta cravings with fettuccine, gnocchi, and tortellini. Luka's is BYOB, so patrons can complement their meals with the contents of any bottle, be it wine, beer, or a tiny ship.
Go through the red door of Angelo's Pizza's otherwise unassuming brick building and the scent of baking pies immediately inundates the air. Inside the ovens, dough crisps evenly and cheese lightly bubbles, releasing a heavenly smell that attracts any college student in a 10-mile radius. Customers can add to their orders by selecting hero sandwiches and other Italian-American dishes for-here or to-go.
From pizza to liverwurst to breakfast scrambles, Marc's Deli and Pizza hushes stomach grumbles with a menu of classic comfort food. Savored under a flat-screen TV in a tawny booth, food tackles the heartiest of appetites. Stacks of Boar's Head meats crowd into overstuffed sandwiches and wraps, which are complemented by housemade macaroni salad, coleslaw, potato salad, or a big slice of build-your-own pizza. The catering menu's Seafood Treasures top plates with shrimp parmesan and poached Norwegian salmon that, like pirate's treasure, can be turned into a statement necklace.