At WICHIT, patrons can draw up blueprints for their own sandwiches or choose from signature house specialties. Served on a choice of eight types of bread, custom sandwiches include meats such as seasoned pulled pork and new york sirloin strip and are covered in fresh veggies such as dill pickles, caramelized onions, and avocado. On the other hand, unique hot and cold house specialties brim with venerated offerings, from the sushi-inspired spicy tuna-maki sandwich to the oven-fresh Stonemill with sirloin strip steak and roasted garlic aioli.
The professional caterers at Bentley's Famous BBQ Pig Roast & Lobstah Bakes travel throughout Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, leaving the aromas of wood-smoked and steamed lobsters in their wake. They swoop in on events with steamers, table settings, and shuck buckets in hand—and while they usually prepare everything in advance, they also prepare entire spreads on-site. Such is the case with eight-hour whole pig roasts, where all the action revolves around an American-made smoker fittingly dubbed "The Green Monstah." Throughout the day, a traditional brined or Mojo Mojo-style whole pig—roasted in garlic, onions, and citrus—is slow-smoked and then carved fresh and paired with classic Southern sides. The smoker also churns out Bentley's signature barbecue, using applewood and hickory to smoke dry-rubbed beef, pork, and poultry. Alternatively, seafood is the focus of the lobster and clam bakes, which include spreads of steamed hard or soft-shell Maine lobsters and ale-steamed Ipswich clams alongside marinated meats.
Inside Cafe India’s kitchen, chefs fire up their clay ovens to cook tandoori chicken marinated in yogurt and spices and bake tender cubes of lamb lined up on skewers. The restaurant’s menu spotlights dishes from all over India, such as the coconut-accented South Indian curry, from the Kerala region, and the spicy, chili-flavored vindaloo, originated in the western region of Goa. The café’s special vegetarian or non-vegetarian dinners for two feed duos, with entrees complemented with samosas, soups, fresh-baked naan, and basmati rice. Cocktails from the full bar wash down meals and bring out long-forgotten Bollywood dance routines as diners relax in the dining area, painted in warm hues of yellow, orange, and red.
For more than 40 years, Sammy's Deli has satisfied hungry Bostonians with a menu of classic and custom sandwiches made with gourmet meats, cheeses, and toppings. Indulge in a meaty mouth vacation to Italy with the Sicilian, extra-stuffed with prosciutto, sopressata salami, capicola, provolone, roasted peppers, pepper rings, oil, and seasoning on scali bread ($5.95/$6.95). Herbivores and herbivoyeurs will love noshing on the Vermont Veggie, a medley of cheeses, tomatoes, roasted peppers, lettuce, sprouts, olives, onions, Green Mountains, and pickles all swathed in the wrap of your choice ($5.29). Sammy's rotating soup bar boasts six to eight homemade soups ($3.39 for 12 oz., $5.19 for 24 oz.), as well as stews, chili, and chowders ($3.89 for 12 oz., $6.45 for 24 oz.) every day, with variations such as chicken noodle and split pea with ham warming up inner igloos. Contribute to the global extinction of sandwiches with the grub of Sammy's Deli.
Drawing on its years of upscale event catering, Kelli Petri's team of chef instructors share savory wisdom with each culinarily curious student during on-site classes. Trim overweight plates and speed up your dinner prep with Healthy 30 Minute Meals, or master the most important part of eating, praying, and loving with Taste of Tuscany's rustic Italian delicacies. And just in time for the holiday season, you'll learn how to dazzle friends and relatives with cookies, chutney, and flavored butters—which make more welcome gifts than yet another edible sweater. Holiday Hors D'oeuvres will show you how to liven up your seasonal shindig with a variety of small, festive finger foods that also double as full meals during your next Christmas elf speed-dating event.
For more than 40 years, the fearless team at Joseph's Catering, Deli & Wholesale has effortlessly taken on catering challenges for groups of up to 10,000 guests. With a menu that includes Italian-style deli platters, sandwiches, and entrees such as stuffed pasta shells and chicken cacciatore, the team efficiently keeps guests' stomachs from growling during company meetings or library camp outs. For daily meetings, company picnics, or holiday parties, the team also prepares dishes such as marinated barbecue steak tips or deli-style sandwiches with roast beef, roast turkey breast, or chicken salad with cranberries and walnuts.