IMO Burger treats guests to gourmet versions of classic diner food, from savory ground-beef morsels nestled on whole-wheat buns, to crispy fries made from potatoes, cassava, and plantain chips. Like an Instagram account full of photos of beef patties, the restaurant seamlessly combines old-fashioned American diner cuisine with a modern foodie ethos?serving up hearty burgers and chicken sandwiches made with wholesome organic ingredients. Diners drop in and order conveniently delivered feasts of burgers, salmon sandwiches, fried chicken fingers, and chicken salad sandwiches, sided with organic and dairy-free milk shakes or cane-sugar-sweetened Hansen's sodas.
There is one question you need to settle before you head into Cluck-U Chicken: Do you want your chicken grilled or fried? Once you make that decision, you can then explore the chicken shop's menu of golden or honey-dipped fried chicken, healthy chicken sandwiches, and boneless wings. The cooks incorporate a variety of flavors into their meats through sandwich toppings, such as garlic sauce and mozzarella, or zesty wing sauces, including mustard barbecue and cajun sauce. Their host of chicken-centric dishes can be paired with sides to make family packs for feeding clans of five or one really demanding baby.
The layout of Rio Rodizio is telling: with a candlelit dining area in one section and a long bar lined with flat screens in another, it's as much a place to take a date for a romantic meal as it is a spot to grab a drink after work. In the dining room, gaucho chefs carve cuts of lamb, beef, and pork right at the table, forcing diners to clear plate space next to seared fish, homemade pastas, and sushi rolls drizzled in flavorful sauce. Like a home that's been decorated by robbing a furniture store in the dark, the cocktail menu is a fusion of tastes, its Asian and Brazilian proclivities represented by sangrias, tropical juices, and sake.
With an NFL champion like Tony "The Goose" Siragusa as co-owner, one might expect Tiffany's Restaurant and Bar to show only football. But the eatery's 20-some high-definition flatscreens—extending all the way onto a heated outdoor patio—display everything from basketball and hockey to UFC. The entertainment at Tiffany's isn't all onscreen—throughout the week, events include sets by local DJs, karaoke nights, and Texas hold 'em tournaments.
Founded over 30 years ago, Tiffany's chefs still baste the eatery's award-winning ribs in house-made barbecue sauce, and make meatballs by hand before tossing them with imported Italian pasta. The restaurant has also updated the menu with new, creative twists on bar food and 25 varieties of wings and sauces, such as buffalo wings coated in wasabi sauce. To pair with it all, there are plenty of beers poured from the tap, served in a bottle, or sprayed directly into your mouth from a Super Soaker.
A restaurant and wine bar devoted to Portuguese cuisine, O Lagar adheres to the timeless traditions of Iberian cooking, particularly its most important staple—seafood. Fresh fish highlights native dishes such as paella and mariscada, a traditional seafood stew, though beef still sneaks its way into dishes such as Portuguese-style steak paired with ham and egg. However, what's on O Lagar's menu may not be all that's actually on the menu. The kitchen regularly creates sandwiches for its "off-menu series," which has included unique creations such as fried octopus deep-fried in a paprika-spiced egg wash and a Portuguese BLT with pork belly and piri piri sauce.
Since 1988, Pete Celia and his dedicated staff of employees have served delicatessen-style breakfast and lunch in their cozy, no-frills eatery on Rahway Avenue. After feeding early guests with omelets, waffles, breakfast wraps, and egg platters, the cooks start assembling hot and cold sandwiches, burgers, sloppy joes, and platters of chicken, roast beef, and fried shrimp for lunch. Cozy Corner Deli also offers off-site catering for special occasions.