An olive branch painting adorns the dining room wall at Oli's Italian Eatery, but it's likely those nearby are already feeling pretty peaceful. Or at the very least, content over a meal. The menu packs in everything from specialty pizzas and pastas to seafood and burgers made in the open kitchen for lunch and dinner. The drink list offers specialty cocktails like watermelon martinis and sangria, along with draft beers and glasses of wine.
Using recipes forged by a registered dietitian and family physician duo, Dream Dinners provides cuisine crafters with the ingredients and directions necessary to assemble healthy, palate-pleasing meals in less than an hour. From the nine recipes on the ever-rotating sampler menu, taste technicians select six meals of three servings each to dazzle dining-room tables with a gourmet assemblage of ingredients (a $75 value). The large family meal (six servings) also included in this deal offers the choice of a beef, chicken, or steak main course (up to a $25 value).
The Manor populates its eclectic menu with globally-inspired cuisine, from Greek and Italian fare to all-American steaks and burgers. Kick off comestible journeys or induce postmeal baa-ing with grilled Lollipop lamb chops served with mint jelly ($9.99). A platter of flaky spanakopita ($9.99) rolls to tables accompanied by a savory posse of rice, feta, tomato, and cucumbers, while Queen-cut prime rib ($14.99) is ushered to mouths flanked by baked-potato and coleslaw. Italian edibles include a rich lobster ravioli ($17.99), sautéed with portobello mushrooms in a pesto cream sauce over a bed of steamed spinach, and the American Cowboy burger ($8.59) is crowned with a 10-gallon hat of bacon, portobello, onions, and swiss cheese. The Manor also offers gluten-free preparations of certain items. With crisp white tablecloths, bright yellow walls, and a large fireplace, The Manor creates the ideal ambiance for dates, celebrations, or dated celebrations honoring the invention of the Pony Express.
Handcrafted Burgers, Bison, Chicken, Steak, and Fish sandwiches. Fresh hand cut fries. Hand cut and battered onion rings. Frappes made with Gifford's of Maine Ice Cream, Fresh squeezed fruit drinks. Salad with Grilled Chicken or Steak.
An extensive Gluten Free menu including ALL FRIED FOODS.
Family friendly dining.
Ladd's Restaurant's culinarians craft a multifarious menu brimming with a diverse potpourri of culinary assemblages. After warming up with a homemade cup of new england clam chowder ($3.50), commence main course chew-offs with a dish from the bevy of hearty entrees, such as chicken and broccoli alfredo ($14.99) and broiled pork chops ($13.99). Lobster pie in casserole features tender morsels of lobster butterfly stroking in a sea of creamy sauce ($17.99), and a Ladd's burger arrives at tables robed in bacon and sautéed onions ($7.99). Or opt for a smaller-scale noshing with a selection from the cove of salads and sandwiches. A refreshing garden burger ($8.99) sates herbaceous cravings, coming to tables sweetened with lemon mayo and heart-shaped grill marks.
Lauded for its signature Italian-style pizzas topped with everything from spaghetti and meatballs to mac 'n' cheese, Muncheez pads its menu with burgers, pastas, sandwiches, wraps, and specialty desserts. Diners can nosh on 1 of the 11 signature pizzas, which are flown to the table by a masked, mouthless superhero. Try the Buffalo Soldier, an alfredo-sauced pie topped with buffalo chicken and mozzarella ($7.99/small, $12.99/large), or the Aloha, a Hawaiian-style concoction of ham, bacon, pineapple, and pulled pork ($7.99/small, $12.99/large). Classic and veggie pizza pies also abound.