Lenny's is a known in lands near and imaginary for premium deli meats that are sliced to order, chicken and tuna salad made from scratch, signature hot pepper relish, and hearty portions. A regular-sized Lenny's Club Sub, which costs $6.25, is 7.5 inches long and has about half a pound of meat and cheese. The large, $10 versions are 15 inches long and pack about a pound of protein and veggie vitamins. Lenny's service is always fast and friendly. Check out the menu for a full list of options including the famed Italian sub with provolone, ham, prosciutto, capicola, and genoa salami.
Jaspare's Pizza and Fine Italian Food doesn't hide its specialties—pizza and Italian cuisine are exactly what diners have enjoyed since the first Jaspare’s opened in 1977. Made from scratch with ingredients imported from Italy by one exhausted gondolier, Jaspare’s pizza crust comes in thin, medium, and thick sizes. That crust—served plain or dusted with flavors such as garlic or Cajun spices—cushions customized toppings combos such as ground beef and banana peppers.
The pizzeria likewise curates nearly 15 specialty pies, topped with pairings such as ham and artichokes or grilled chicken and alfredo sauce. Other pizzeria and Italian favorites round out Jaspare’s menu, from pastas smothered in housemade sauces and meatballs to oven-roasted wings tossed in garlic parmesan sauce.
At Fuel Vegetarian a vegan can bite into an American-style burger with a Peruvian-seasoned patty and gooey layer of cheese. The completely vegetarian, raw, and vegan-friendly restaurant crafts meat-free versions of classic tastes from places such as Italy, Cuba, Ethiopia, and Louisiana. Executive chef Denise Miller creates a list of regionally themed plates such as the southern stack, which includes cream of wheat-crusted substitution chicken strewn across a bed of black-eyed peas and collard greens. Along with using local and sustainable ingredients, Fuel Vegetarian gives back to the community by donating $0.60 to local nonprofits every time a customer orders a dessert or successfully licks their elbow.
If you can't take a culinary tour of Italy, you could always stop in at Jaspare's Pizza instead. That's because the eatery sources many of its ingredients directly from Italy, lending extra authenticity to its made-from-scratch sauces and rustic pastas. Its biggest draw—pizza—doesn't disappoint, either. Italian classics including the lightly baked Sicilian Style and the creamy Chicken Alfredo mingle on the menu with American inventions such as the Sweet Memphis, which teams with barbecue sauce, chicken, ham, bacon, and pineapple.
Let's Swirl tickles tonsils with an ever-revolving array of frozen yogurt in flavors such as birthday cake, pistachio, and pomegranate raspberry tart. Customers craft their own combinations, swirling together flavors such as strawberry-kiwi sorbet and key-lime sorbet. A cornucopia of confections is available to top icy creations, including sour gummy worms, Reese's Pieces, and Fruit Loops. Wholesome tidbits include blueberries, almonds, and granola.
The chefs at Kabob Haus prepare their namesake dish by threading pieces of ground and whole seasoned charbroiled chicken, beef, and even hot dogs onto kebab skewers. They then plate this staple of Persian cuisine next to traditional sides, such as Middle Eastern bread, rice, and mixed vegetables.