With 17 different bagel flavors, 11 cream-cheese spreads, homemade soups, and premium deli meats, The Bagel Inn's bread breakers can craft myriad hunger-sating possibilities. Bakers first boil bread spheres before hearth-baking them in such flavors as cheddar cheese and apple cinnamon, and smearing on cheesy spreads mixed with hints of scallion and bacon or apricot and honey. A glance at the menu reveals soups, such as clam chowder ($4.67 for a bowl and bagel), and build-your-own sandwiches ($5.75) laden with preservative-free deli meats from Dietz and Watson. Alternatively, ensure party guests leave parties as satisfied as kittens stuffed into a sock drawer with a catered sandwich sampler laden with sandwiches, such as chicken salad, roasted turkey, or vegetarian-friendly toppings.
A warm orange and red light illuminates Ritual, tinting its brick-accented walls and exotic statues an inviting ruby. Flickering candles and the glow of flat-screen televisions add to the romantic, yet contemporary atmosphere, where the trendy decor is rivaled only by an eye-catching menu of American-fusion cuisine. Globetrotting meals commence with small plates of chocolate-dipped applewood bacon or waygu beef, which diners sear over a hot rock or the grill they keep in their wallets. Chicken marsala and bacon-wrapped filet mignon represent a portion of the more traditional entrees, but dishes stretch as far as the bounds of the chef's imagination, including an award-winning seared duck breast double-coated with crushed cocoa beans and a hazelnut-chocolate demi-glace.
Eric's LaPatisserie Café sates the morning and afternoon eat reflexes with fresh-baked, oven-hot pastries and gourmet stuffed sandwiches and paninis. Fresh croissants emerge from steaming hot ovens ($3), and toasted bagels remain crisp even while bearing gobs of the eatery’s famous labor-inducing cream cheese ($2). Afternoon appetites, meanwhile, can be sated with a grilled herb-chicken sandwich ($6.25) or a shrimp-and-seafood salad ($5.50).
Owner Pavlina and her family craft an eclectic menu of mammoth meals, such as a fluffy three-egg omelet inhabited by spinach, feta, and black olives ($6.95). Guests can acquaint tongues with the flavor of homemade corned-beef hash, accompanied by baked home fries, toast, and any style of eggs, be they scrambled or business casual ($6.95). Shaker's encourages creative spud consumption with home fries baked alongside italian sausage, onions, and peppers, blanketed by a melted sheet of provolone cheese ($6.95). Friday evenings, Shaker's Café and Restaurant's door remains intriguingly ajar until 8 p.m. for BYOB, casual dinners. Diners can entangle brave forks in a mountain of pasta, whose apex bears garlic- and wine-infused chicken marsala ($11.95). Like an underwater hostel, the dinner menu hosts an abundance of wayward sea-swimmers, including baked haddock ($10.95) and fried scallops served beside coleslaw and fries ($13.95).
We have: spices by to ounce, homemade cream cheese, half sour and dill pickles, lox, white fish, herring. We have German, Polish, Hungarian, American,Jewish, Russian, Lith. products. Fresh sandwiches made to order. Kielbasa, pierogi, stuffed cabbage, soup, cabbage stew all homemade.
Fresh, colorful fruits and vegetables fill the shelves of Weepin Willies, a local market that stocks produce and meats at two locations. Shoppers can find high quality cuts of beef, chicken, and pork, or opt for Boar’s Head meats and cheeses and prepared soups, salads, and sandwiches from the deli.