Luigi's Pizza & Italian Kitchen serves up a wallet-friendly menu of pizza, subs, and other Italian handheld edibles. Starting with a 14" cheese canvas, customers can craft their own masterpizzas with a palette of bacon, pepperoni, and peppers (($8.50; $0.75/topping) or get a slice of cheese pizza for a quick snack ($1.50). Like showers and revenge, well-stacked subs ($7.25–$9.95) can be served hot or cold, and the meat-lover's calzone ($9.95) and veggie-lovers' stromboli ($9.50) unify carnivores and herbivores long divided by which dinosaur they rooted for in Jurassic Park.
At The Sandwich Shoppe, owners and chief sandwich artists Glenn and Patti Doherty share their love of homemade foods with their menu of made-from-scratch sandwiches, soups, and baked desserts. Open for breakfast and lunch, the shop serves up pancakes and omelets until 11am, at which point the kitchen transitions to grilling burgers, piling sandwiches high with corned beef, and baking trays of cookies and brownies.
The newly opened Riverside Cafe specializes in home-cooked meals served for breakfast and lunch. Its oceanic-themed menu features such dishes as the Drunken Sailor—battered, blackened, or broiled fish fillet—the Seagull Strip sandwich made of breaded chicken strips, and sand dollar pancakes. This watery theme carries over into the dining room, where fisherman's nets adorn the walls and everyone leaves with a slightly gruffer voice.