Greenbelly dishes up a diverse menu of delectable homemade salads, soups, paninis, and grilled pizzas from its eco-friendly, family-owned kitchen. With more than 20 fresh ingredients and 15 dressings on hand to build your own salad ($7.99 for four ingredients), order at the counter and watch the staff lovingly construct your creation without the use of lighting and unpalatable neck bolts. Signature salads such as the grilled buffalo chicken salad toss shredded carrots and celery with blue cheese dressing ($7.95–$9.95), while the very berry salad pitches freshly sliced strawberries, cranberries, blackberries, and a creamy raspberry vinaigrette into your mouth mitt ($5.99–$7.50). Greenbelly's pizzas are made with hand-rolled dough, and include fresh-made options such as the chicken bruschetta pizza, topped with mozzarella, tomatoes, fresh basil, and balsamic glaze (small $11.95, large $15.99). Paninis take taste buds on a whirlwind world tour, with offerings such as the nuevo cubano sandwich, with honey ham, swiss, sauerkraut, sliced greek peppers, and caraway dijon mustard ($8.45).
The saucy slingers at WingIts fry finger-licking eats that sate parties and lone guns alike. The eatery's menu sports 10 different sauces with which to drench the crispy wings, including Blazin, spicy Asian, or parmesan garlic. A breezy drive-thru service lets diners enjoy daytime air in their convertibles or nighttime breezes atop their werewolves while picking up a 10-piece order of wings, chicken sandwich, or fresh, leafy salad. The suite of meal packs sates the hungers of cadres of pals gathered together to cheer on a favorite team or watch the neighborhood teens out-loiter each other.
Anthony’s offers a range of cuts, all hand-selected, Certified Premium Black Angus slabs of beef. Anthony’s dry-aged steaks are aged for at least 21 days to offer a superior concentration of flavor as well as a tender beef that’s succulent enough to cut through with a dull spoon. The meticulous meat preparation is a tradition that reflects the restaurant’s 42-year history. The welcoming setting emanates the elegance and casual comfort of a tuxedo T-shirt and encourages all meat-lover and meatless-lover friends to unite.
Uninitiated Dinker's diners can peruse the entirety of the eatery's menu if they wish, but it's widely accepted that the star of sustenance at Dinker's is its Haystack Burger ($5.95)—a sizzling quarter-pound patty topped with American cheese, honey smoked ham, and a free-range fried egg. Other burgers include the tasty trifecta that is the Ultimate Triple Decker Dinker Burger ($7.95) and the bacon-and-bleu-cheese-dressing-bedecked Bluejay Burger ($5.25). Add fries or homemade onion rings ($1.50) to keep burgers company during their long day's journey into the stomach. Other meaty meals include a smothered grilled chicken sandwich ($6.50) and a 6-ounce sirloin steak ($8.25), served with garlic cheese bread, a side salad, and french fries, while the breaded pork fritter sandwich ($5.75) warms the cockles of the face. Wash down chow with your choice from Dinker's drinkers' menu, including beer, wine, and martinis.
Vivace ensconces guests in a rustic and elegant atmosphere, where head chef Bobby Mekiney whips up a menu of luscious contemporary Italian fare. Generous diners can handpick a savory selection of shareable tapas, such as goat bread ($5.95), ham-wrapped dates ($8.95), and a rosy-cheeked roasted duck tart served in a toasted tart shell with marsala sauce and crispy leeks ($10.95). Meanwhile, the artisan-style pizzas—crafted with traditional Old World techniques—are anchored by fresh dough ($10.95–$16.95) that keeps chompers guessing with a crunchy exterior, chewy interior, a trivia question from 1926, and slow oven-roasted vegetables. Spring specials include a seared foie gras tapa ($17.95), as well as a fresh seafood cioppino ($28.95) and a bone-in berkshire pork chop ($26.95).