A family friendly made to order Hamburger joint. We use 100% Certified Angus Beef. All Natural Skinless chicken breast. Country Fair Fries, Onion Rings, Sweet Potato Fries, Kids meals Thick Frappes made from Gifford's Ice Cream BEER & WINE Raspberry Lime Rickey, Orange Spritzer, Fresh
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The skilled chefs at Fuji Steak House work wonders with the element of fire. Unflinching before mighty plumes of flames, the artful culinarians sizzle sirloin steaks and plump, chewy octopus for their grill menu, and contrive intricate displays of sushi and sashimi.
At Boston Rolfer, certified professional Diana Phillips applies pressure to the corpus to loosen up webs of connective tissue. Rolfing applies deliberate, directed pressure to lengthen the body’s fascia, with the aim of improving posture, eliminating pain, and increasing slam-dunk ability. Phillips takes a holistic approach to healing, tracing discomforts to their source while netting convalescent results throughout the body. Check Boston Rolfer’s FAQ page for details of the treatment as well as special stretching tips for satyr legs and minotaur shoulders.
Needham House of Pizza has been spinning Greek-style pies, loading toasty subs, and saucing tender pastas for nearly half a century. The mouthwatering menu features a panoply of pan pizzas, made with homemade dough, sauce, and freshly shredded cheese. Try a simple one-topping gem ($11.79 for a large), or splay jaws for a specialty pie, such as barbecue chicken ($13.29 for a large) or the vitamin-rich veggie, piled with broccoli, eggplant, mushrooms, onions, and peppers ($16.89 for a large). Make your mouth an offer it will find exceedingly difficult to decline with a large Godfather pizza—a doughy don loaded with sliced tomato, olive oil, grilled chicken, artichoke hearts, and enough mozzarella to fuel friends and Fredos through dull cement-shoe fittings ($16.89). Needham House of Pizza also offers toasty subs, such as meatball, pepper and egg, and veal cutlet (all $5.69 for a small), as well as spaghetti and meatballs ($7.79) and cheese ravioli ($6.29) served with garlic bread.
Founded by longtime friends Jonathan Schwarz and Christopher Robbins, Stone Hearth Pizza builds its gourmet pies from organic, local, and sustainably produced ingredients. The casual pizzeria has expanded to six locations since opening in 2005—a pace of growth made possible by the popularity of chef and general manager Michael Ehlenfeldt’s Neapolitan-style thin-crust pizzas. New England craft beers complement the pizzas and pastas with a pleasantly bitter taste that reflects their conflicted attitude toward out-of-towners.
Masala Art's dinner menu brings the culinary traditions of India to the mouths of Bostonians with an expansive selection of vegetarian, seafood, lamb, chicken, and tandoori barbecue dishes from all across the subcontinent. Appetizers such as tandoori chicken tacos ($8) showcase Masala's contemporary influences, and traditional, freshly baked breads, including keema naan, bread filled with seasoned ground lamb ($4.50), provide authentic companionship for lonely entrees.