Owner and executive chef Aaron L. Ruggles char-grills flank steak and tops it with pickled sweet summer peppers and smokes fresh Atlantic salmon on a cedar plank. Succulent wild-caught scallops come pan-roasted with avocado-roasted corn orzo pasta salad and smoked red chili sauce. Moody, romantic lighting surrounds diners as servers ferry plates of pastas, sandwiches, and pizzas to four-top tables alongside house-baked focaccia bread, widely considered to be more delicious than bread baked from dismantled houses.
Eddy's Deli serves more than 100 inexpensive and classic menu items ranging from breakfast and sandwiches to salads, soups, dinner plates, and desserts. The breakfast menu is served from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m., and has enough combinations to excite both bright-beaked early birds and groggy nighthawks. Feed your inner child with breakfast favorites such as the low-calorie or homestyle french toast ($3.75). For a filling feast, the house breakfast special ($3.55) comes complete with two eggs and toast, along with home fries, grits, or fruit with bacon, ham, or sausage. Noontime hunger-havers will be glad to learn that Eddy's cooks its own corned beef and roast beef on-site at its restaurants daily. Dig into a corned beef on rye or the roast beef (both $6.95) for lunch, savoring the meatsperience while fondly recalling someone else's childhood from 1930s New York. For a satisfying supper, try half a fried chicken served with glazed honey, or the savory comfort of baked meat loaf (both $7.95). The casual and friendly atmosphere at Eddy's offers small and large tables ideal for unicyclists and bicycle gangs alike. Whether swinging by to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, or standing in the middle of the room and screaming, the expansive menu has something to offer, with simple edibles so delicious that they might even stanch the screams.
What sets the Hungry Howie’s menu apart from other pizza parlors, other than its complete lack of profanity, is the eight flavored-crust options that inject life into the formerly discarded pizza part. If you’re allergic to life, inject butter, onion, butter cheese, ranch, Cajun spices, garlic herb, or sesame instead. Keep thinking outside the pizza box by loading your flavorful crust with specialty pizza innards, such as the Philly cheese and steak ($12.99 for a medium), the Howie Maui (ham, smoked bacon, and pineapple, $12.99 for medium), and the bacon-cheddar cheeseburger ($12.99 for medium). DIY diners, on the other hand, can opt for a medium 12-inch pizza for $8.49 and add their own toppings for an additional $1.50 each. Howie's also serves up tasty wings (10 for $6.99), salads (try a small Greek for $4.99), calzone-style subs ($6.99), and Howie bread, which comes in original ($3.49), three-cheeser ($4.99), Cajun ($3.49), and sticky-sweet cinnamon ($3.49). Prices vary from location to location, so there might be some small variation from what is listed above.
The sandwich artisans at Franklin Square Deli have been assembling fresh cut-to-order deli delights for more than 27 years. The shop adorns its slate of 14 vinegary, full-loaf Italian subs with such savory meat-and-cheese combos as corned beef and swiss ($4.50 for a 6") or prosciutto and muenster ($5.90 for a 6"). A roundup of hearty gourmet and bagel sandwiches satisfies stacking enthusiasts with options such as the Mid Town, piled with turkey breast ($7.15), or Carl's Favorite bagel, a hubris-rich collection of capocollo, provolone, onions, and cream cheese wedged between a toasted onion bagel ($6.10). Thirsty diners grease gullets with soft drinks (starting at $1.45) or bowls of homemade chili.
From over 9,000 locations from Delhi to Detroit, Domino's realizes a dream kindled over 50 years ago when the three dots on the famous logo represented one restaurant. After a memorable ad campaign in 2009, the franchise crafted a brand-new pizza recipe with the collaborative help of the cooks that make the pies, the customers that eat them, and the dragons that cook them. In addition to baking up hand-tossed, crunchy thin, deep-dish, or Brooklyn-style pizzas, kitchen staffers also prepare chicken wings, stuffed cheesy bread, and signature dessert pizzas. Domino's exemplifies their commitment to responsible community stewardship with a plethora of charitable pursuits, from their partnership with St. Jude's Hospital to their on-the-scene response during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Baked in the Village’s chefs and bakers work daily to prepare a slate of breakfast and lunch items and fresh baked goods. Their menu includes a variety of sandwiches that boast innards such as chicken salad, roast beef, and ham and cheese on breads such as croissants, pretzel rolls, and cracked wheat. Breakfast plates pair eggs, pancakes, and bacon with hot chocolate, cappuccinos, and cake breads such as lemon poppy and banana nut.