Using organic ingredients and a kosher-certified dishes, Panini Café’s menu bursts with vegetarian sandwiches, homemade Mediterranean entrees, and traditional Jewish fare. Kick-start a day with the Israeli breakfast, which plates up two eggs cooked to customer specifications and sidled up to three kinds of cheese and an israeli salad ($9.99). Diners can awaken tummies with appetizers including the cheese-stuffed mushrooms ($5.99–$7.50) or the Greek Plant, which snuggles together feta cheese and pesto in an eggplant sleeping bag ($5.99). The halumi sandwich blends deep-fried halumi and cream cheese on ciabatta bread ($14.99), while the panini special fits emek cheese and tomato between bagels halves ($8.99). Those wishing to sample Mediterranean flavors without the hassle of stealing Socrates's lunchbox can bury faces into burekas, puff pastries stuffed with zesty cheese and vegetables ($8.99).
Eating snow is usually unadvisable. At Easy Life Boba Tea, however, the snow is far sweeter than the kind you'd find on the ground or in the back of your enchanted wardrobe. That's because it's fluffy snow?paper-thin shaved ice infused with real fruit and piled into cups, where it's topped with more fruit and chewy tapioca. The velvety snow comes in several flavors, including mango and Thai tea. The rest of the menu is just as diverse, and features milk teas, iced teas, and fruit slushes dotted with boba, as well as crispy snacks such as popcorn chicken and shrimp balls.
Roma Deli & Restaurant distills the flavors of Italy into its menu and its stores' shelves, which overflow with Old World--style pastas, sauces, and wines. As owner Giuseppe Consarino told the Las Vegas Review Journal in 2010, "a lot of people claim [to use] Grandma's recipes. We have our own grandma in the kitchen." He went on to describe the deli's passion for Italian culinary traditions, such as making sausages and mozzarella in-house and seeking out freshly baked loaves of bread. These ingredients lend rustic flavors to the assortment of hearty sandwiches, sauce-glazed pastas, and prosciutto-topped entrees on the menu.
Roma Deli & Restaurant's decor pays similar homage to Italian culture. A striped awning crowns the deli counter, and the walls sport Old World touches, such as vintage advertisements for Italian wines and a painted mural that commemorates the invention of Rome's first food blog.
In more than 1112 stores worldwide, Edible Arrangements’ expert fruit florists arrange pieces of premium fruit in stunning displays for all occasions. Customers can customize their order to suit any occasion, receiving chocolate-dipped fruit such as pineapples, Granny Smith apples, grapes, and juicy Albion strawberries that, unlike the sodas found in most mummies' crypts, don't contain any preservatives. Staff can dip fruit in gourmet semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, or their own special peanut butter and chocolate blend. For birthdays and anniversaries, chocolate-wielders can personalize gift baskets with gifts such as plush teddy bears and Mylar balloons.
Chicago Brewing Company's head brewer David Pascual crafts frosty brews that pair perfectly with hearty burgers and garnered gold and silver medals at the 2010 World Beer cup. While twosomes relax, sudsy servings of Ramblin' Reck amber ale swirl taste buds in a ruby-colored blend of five domestic and imported barley types. Old Town Brown, a German-style brown ale, enchants sensory muscles with dark malt tones and a mild chocolate aroma that, along with sauerkraut, is the official scent of Berlin. In between hoppy gulps, dinner duos can squelch stomach rumblings with any two burgers such as the classic Brewhouse burger—a juicy Black Angus patty topped with lettuce, tomato, and onion. The open-faced Chicago chili cheeseburger ($11) stops hunger in its tracks with regular fixin's and a heap of house-made chili. To meet dietary requirements, all burgers arrive alongside a serving of french fries.
Siena deli is a longtime Las Vegas authentic Italian deli and bakery tradition. We are going on 30 years of business in the Vegas Valley. We specialize in a variety of different authentic specialty items from our meats and cheeses to all of our homemade breads and bakery items. We are open 7 days a week 8 am-9pm.