In the late 19th century, immigrant steel and coal workers from Italy would enjoy quick pizza lunches, baked in trays and sold by the square. Many things have changed since then, but the pizza hasn't. The cooks at Carlo's Italian Bakery Pizza keep the tradition of bakery-style pizza alive, making fresh dough and sauce in-house each morning. The pizzas are baked until the crust is slightly crunchy and the sauce is piping hot. The grated provolone and toppings are only added once the pie comes out of the oven, cultivating a unique flavor and preventing the discomfort caused by pizza toppings screaming in the oven.
Theo’s Cafe's doyens of diner fare forge a bountiful menu packed with classic American edibles and traditional Greek dishes. American and Hellenic cuisines get cozier than two peas in a 1,000-thread-count pod in the onion-ring-packed gyro ($6.50) and Johnny’s Special Greek burger, a savory structure comprised of two charbroiled patties, jalapeños, thousand island dressing, american cheese, and feta ($6.99). Guests nestle into bright yellow booths as they take alternating bites of lamb in the souvlaki combo ($9.99) or cheesy sea fare in the tuna melt ($4.99). Non-meat eaters can stop eyeing the ornamental flowers and potentially edible wood paneling and power up on a tastier source of protein with a crisp falafel gyro ($4.99) or a large greek salad ($6.99).
From the glowing pendant lamps to the delicate European pastries lined up inside glass cases, Dolce Bistro & Bakery is the living, breathing vision of Alice Lee. Growing up in restaurants, Lee knew she wanted to start something of her own—but she wanted it to be unique. At Dolce, classic American gastropub cuisine is served alongside a variety of craft beers. Diners can enjoy sit-down service during breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
At Olivia's Dollhouse Tea Room we create lifetime memories. We are a gir's heaven. How do we know? From the all the shrieks and squeals we hear when girls enter our dollhouse. Moms and dads love us too because their little princesses leave with the biggest smiles on their faces and the fondest memories in their hearts!
Behind a glass partition, The Sand Witch’s cooks drape colorful ingredients across sourdough, wheat, and white bread. Paninis slip with a sharp hiss onto a grill, melting pepper jack across fistfuls of jalapeños, or causing chipotle pesto to ooze warmly around red peppers. Staff add and remove ingredients such as pepperoncini peppers and sun-dried tomatoes as desired, leaving patrons to make leisurely decisions without anyone yelling about which wire to cut.
Early and late risers alike can saunter over to Kickback Jack's, where a hearty menu of flapjacks and sandwiches greets customers with a slight southern twang. The restaurant's morning meals, which include french toast, eggs, and fruit juices, help jump-start morning motors or provide fuel for sustenance-starved automobiles. Sample a plate of original flapjacks ($5.99) or remix a classic fix with a pile of cookies 'n' cream flapjacks, creamily caulked with cookies-'n'-cream filling and topped with a dusting of powdered sugar and Oreo pieces ($6.99). Hearty, geometrically undefined skillets boast a bounty of fresh ingredients with combos such as the Bahama Mama, fully loaded with smoked chicken-apple sausage fried to perfection with onions, fire-grilled corn, red peppers, mushrooms, avocados, and cheese served atop baja chipotle sauce ($12.49).