Opened in 1956 as a humble riverside shack selling donuts and coffee to hungry fishermen, Betty's Pies ultimately expanded into a full-fledged lunch counter, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus alongside slices of the original owner's famous freshly baked pies. Satisfy carb-hungry canines by sinking teeth into a flaky, oven-crisped baked pie, available in flavors such as Great Lakes fruit (apple, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, and rhubarb), pecan, and raspberry-rhubarb crunch. Luxuriate in the smooth consistency of coconut cream pie, or cover your entire body in delicious handfuls of french blueberry to blend in seamlessly amid the restaurant's signature blue-and-white décor.
For some, it's all about brunch's pulled pork sandwich. Sauce-slathered and juicy, it's the signature dish at 7th Avenue Eatery, where chefs whisk up the barbecue sauce from scratch. But for others, it's the laid-back coffee-shop atmosphere, ideal for dunking a good book into a cup of joe. Whether guests are seeking breakfast, brunch, or a caffeine-complemented snack, however, 7th Avenue Eatery treats them all to its home-style ambience?the restaurant is situated in a house?and hearty comfort fare.
If there?s a way to create flavorful chicken wings, chances are the culinary team at Sgt. Peppers Grille & Bar has thought of it. The eatery?s menu spotlights four different preparations??from deep-fried to wood-roasted??with 10 sauce options among them, including thai peanut and jerk barbecue. That blend of creativity and comfort dominates Sgt. Peppers? menu, which encompasses everything from deep-fried walleye sandwiches to Philadelphia?inspired burgers crowned with cream cheese, green onions, and bacon.
An extensive selection of brews and wines complement feasts, which patrons can savor while watching the day?s biggest games or participating in the bar?s myriad events. On any given week, these range from rounds of Texas hold ?em and bingo to crooning favorite tunes during karaoke sessions. Sgt. Peppers even sports a modest arcade full of new and classic titles, including pinball and Man Hunt, a dystopian game where the ducks hunt us.
Though the particulars of Duke's pizza recipe remain shrouded in secrecy, its resulting flavors—thin, crispy crust, sweet sauce, and obscure toppings such as bacon bits and chicken Alfredo—are practically public domain. Seated among crimson walls and wood paneling, guests dig into pies as the kitchen churns out a well-rounded menu of pub favorites, from burgers and hand-cut fries to classic breakfast fare such as omelets and gravy-soaked biscuits. An extensive lunch buffet lines the walls amid the glow of flat-screen TVs, allowing patrons to imagine that sports commentators are narrating the scoops of soup and pasta when they breathlessly exclaim, "Commercial break!"
Founded by Pino Montes, an Italian immigrant from the coast of Sicily, Pino’s Authentic Italian and Pizza Restaurant bids benvenuti to belligerent bellies with authentic, home-cooked dishes. Peruse the dinner menu before pursing lips around a forkful of spaghetti alla carbonara, in which pieces of smoked pancetta and parmesan cheese glide their way through a labyrinth of white-wine-laden noodles ($12.95). Meat admirers can opt for the sautéed veal scaloppine saltimbocca, injected with sherry and adorned with prosciutto, provolone, and cream ($20.95). Midday diners can choose similarly succulent lunch fare, such as an authentic pizza topped with oregano and prosciutto ($10.95), or a panini that, like Chef Boyardee’s Christmas tree, is topped with meatballs ($6.95).