The Pizza is newly owned since December of 2010! Stop by and see the changes we've made! From the checkerboard glass tables to the bight sunflowers and the delightful music, this pizzeria will be a whole new experience and as always the food is fresh and delicious and the prices are the best around!
The Give Me Five pass grants access to five of any of the following activities: Kimball Farm's 300-yard driving range, nine-hole pitch-and-putt course, and batting cages will help golfers and batters adjust squeaky swings, and the Animal Adventures exhibit allows guests to interact with reptiles while discussing current events with talking birds. Give Me Fivers can also perform kinetic-energy experiments using colorful balls on the Waterfall Run or Forbidden Mine miniature-golf courses before boarding a bumper boat to faithfully recreate Star Wars on melted ice. The pass may also be used to acquire a play card (a $6 value) from the Olde Sawmill Midway Arcade.
Burrito Rojo, a Latin-style eatery, boasts a menu brimming with slow-cooked, hand-pulled meats, fresh salads, and made-to-order burritos seared to a crispy, golden-brown finish. Wrap your taste buds around a hulking salsa verde carnitas burrito, fortified with tender tidbits of pulled pork, leafy romaine lettuce strips, black beans, jack cheese, and zesty verde salsa ($6.99). Diners of the herbaceous persuasion can munch on a medley of meatless options, including avocado tacos—a duo of cilantro, tomato, and avocado-stuffed tortillas adorned with creamy jalapeño pepper sauce ($6.49). Diners can also cool spice-laden tongues by subtly face planting into a bowl of chilled sour cream.
In 1949, Stanley Durmas and Charles Skiathitis decided to go the drive-in route and serve diners curbside for their restaurant. In keeping with the era, they also named their eatery after the popular tune "I'm Looking for a Four Leaf Clover." Twenty years passed before Charles's son Paul plucked up the Four Leaf Clover, transforming the modest 20-seat dive into a fully fledged restaurant. Today, the restaurant is 175 seats strong and helmed by owners Mark and Linda Snow, who have fine-tuned the kitchen's continental pub menu and modernized the business by bottling the original founder's signature barbecue sauce. Kitchen doors open to reveal servers, their arms stacked with juicy steaks, signature baked haddock, and hearty sandwiches lined with thin-sliced turkey and slow-cooked corned-beef brisket. While perusing the eatery's many wine, scotch, and signature-cocktail options, diners scan historical photos set warmly against barside exposed brick. Diners can also enjoy 5-ounce burgers in the separate Falls River dining room, which boasts wooden rafters, booths, tables, and human servers, which are far more functional than the outdated wooden ones.
The son of a woman who was consistently passionate about feeding her guests great food, chef Josean Jimenez has been doing the same for the last 15 years—except usually, he feeds total strangers. As the chef at MRKT Restaurant, Jimenez oversees a constantly evolving menu that shifts with the seasons but always features organic farm-to-table ingredients. Plus, Jimenez's kitchen often turns to local farmers whenever it needs vegetables, meats, and the lyrics to "Old MacDonald."
Voted Best New England Restaurant, Best Service, and Most Romantic Restaurant by Valley Advocate, Chandler's Restaurant bursts with a spectacular array of traditional New England surf ‘n’ turf. Dinner diners can ease into a seasonal menu with the local-goat-cheese plate, featuring toasty doubloons of crostini, augmented with caramel apple, fruit preserve, and walnut pesto ($12). Culinary artists bind a variety of locally sourced produce and meats into miraculous entree options, which include traditional New England bouillabaisse ($30), a miniature ocean of tomato, saffron, and butter broth, dotted with islands of clams and mussels, and lapping at a golden garlic-toast shore, where a fresh fillet of fish basks, slathered in lobster aioli. Lunching mouths can discuss the benefits of collecting cocktail umbrellas while tasting the menu's BBC beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips ($14.50) or an armada of sandwiches, from the Pilgrim, a mound of roast turkey breast festooned with sage dressing and cranberry sauce ($9), to the house-smoked pastrami reuben ($10.50).