Serving Mediterranean, Greek , Italian & American Cuisine. Such as Gyros, Spinach Feta Dip, Calamari, Spanakopita, Greek Salads, Appetizers, Soups, Spreads & Dips, Salads, Pastas, Platters, Dinner Entrees Such as Baby Lamp Chops, Burgers & Sandwiches. Children’s menu such as Grilled Cheese and so much more.
The epicurean alchemists at Swades mingle cumin, tomatoes, and coconut milk to create vegetarian Indo-fusion curries and dals that combine into healthy meals easily picked up at the restaurant’s drive-thru. The menu, which changes daily, beckons tongues with dry curries studded with green beans and okra, gravy curries simmering with tofu and kidney beans, and dal dishes that send lentils on speed dates with mango, spinach, or cucumbers. An overwhelming majority of Swades’ dishes are vegan, and one chef draws on a background in raw-food preparation, entertaining taste buds with nuts and spices that have never known the malicious tickle of a nefarious stovetop flame.
At Maanas, chefs create authentic selections of North- and South-Indian cuisine. Within the spacious, 5,000 square-foot dining area, groups can dine on vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, tasting traditional dishes such as paneer tikka masala or chicken vindaloo, or take part in a lunch buffet served daily. Additionally, the restaurant's amiable staff even invites guests to visit their kitchen, to take glimpses of the state-of-the-art facility and dishes currently being made-to-order.
Japanese, Chinese, and Thai dishes share space on tables at Kogen's Far East Fare, an Asian-fusion restaurant inspired by Shandong, China's dry-goods marketplaces. Kogen's atmosphere and menu aim to be unique, contemporary, and fun by serving classic and inventive dishes to a diverse clientele, from families to sushi connoisseurs.
Vittoria cofounder Vince Romanelli hearkens back to his hometown of Alvito, Italy, with a menu of modern and Old-World Tuscan dishes. The kitchen crafts tender housemade pastas for traditional eats such as chicken cannelloni and lemon-pepper linguine tossed with shrimp, and veal osso buco simmers in white wine and spices. Beneath the barrel-vaulted ceiling of a large, open dining area, patrons can also dig into updated entrees such as a pistachio-crusted breast of chicken adorned with marsala-caramel sauce. For dessert, chefs fill tarts with lemon curd made from Vittoria's signature limoncello and surround amaretto and white-chocolate napoleons with fluctuating borders of raspberry coulis. Wines and cocktails from behind Vittoria's marble-topped bar pair with dinner or with the musical stylings of local bands nightly.
The recently renovated brick walls and dark wood paneling of The Bogey Bar and Grill embrace patrons and soak up the warm aromas of a menu of time-tested pub fare. Enjoy a football game or a competitive horse-heckling match on one of The Bogey's many flat-screen televisions while taking on an imaginative appetizer such as the tomato tartare, which gives roasted tomatoes and fresh mozzarella a basil-tinged balsamic bath ($6). The fried calamari, a golden-battered deep-sea treasure, arrives on plates chaperoned by tangy lime and chipotle-tequila mayo ($9). The Bogey's chefs conduct dough-and-sauce symphonies with pizzas such as the Catalonian, a sweet chorus of manchego cheese, bell peppers, and chorizo ($15 for hand tossed, $12 for flatbread). On Thursday nights, crowds sashay to live music while flexing mouth muscles on ambitiously piled sandwiches. The Bogey's signature entree, pan-seared salmon, satisfies game-day appetites and gives patrons the athletic pep of a half-time speech from a Ferrari ($17).