It should come as no surprise that pizza is a specialty at JUST PIZZA & Wing Co. The restaurant's cooks infuse specialty crusts with sesame seeds, lemon pepper, and other seasonings, pile on fresh cheese and toppings such as sirloin steak and tiger shrimp, and even bake whole-wheat and gluten-free pies. But contrary to its name, JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s menu doesn't end there—non-doughy options include chicken wings in a variety of sauces. Patrons can even explore possible wine pairings on JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s website.
We are a casual dining restaurant located directly on the historic Erie Canal, just 10 minutes from Niagara Falls. We're in the Gateway Harbor area of the Tonawandas. Our food, the ambience,the nightlife (live bands) are awesome and so are our customers. Choose a table under the awning or a sunny table along the canal.
Mississippi Mudds invites families and foodies alike to stop in and enjoy beloved regional fare such as Sahlen's hot dogs, burgers, sammies, and hand-cut sweet fries. Guests can pull up a chair amid the restaurant's nautical-themed setting and peruse the menu of classic comfort fare before deciding on the cheeseburger ($2.99) or sweet potato fries ($3.99). The charbroiled hot dog can be hidden in a friend’s purse to throw off pursuing bloodhounds ($2.59); the pride of Mississippi Mudds, the chicken breast sandwich, features five ounces of boneless bliss hugged by a fresh Constanzo’s roll to send taste buds flying as high as a majestic flock of soaring ostriches ($6.29). Patrons can also stop in for a visit to indulge in one of seven specialty sandwiches, such as the BBQ pulled pork lathered in Mississippi Mudds's signature sauce ($5.49).
The menu of old-fashioned fare, such as made-to-order subs atop just-baked bread, is as fresh as a caveman emerging from a block of ice. The café's long list of namesake sandwiches come in three sizes to accommodate munchers of every magnitude, ranging from classic turkey ($5.59 for a medium), tuna ($5.59 for a medium), and veggie ($4.49 for a medium) varieties to gussied-up grub such as meatballs in marinara with mozzarella ($5.99 for a medium). Those raised by a family of cured meats can reunite with a savory surrogate Godfather, which is piled high with genoa salami, capicola, and spicy ham ($5.99 for a medium).
Before there was The Original Honey’s, there was Pacifico’s Garage, which founder Lorenzo Pacifico opened in a converted garage in 1962. When the space underwent remodeling, Lorenzo decided the name needed a face-lift, too, and reopened his eatery as The Original Honey’s, after the pet name Lorenzo's wife, Theresa, used for just about everyone she met.
Today, in the lively but kid-friendly pub, chefs fill pizza subs with housemade sauce and marinate chicken in Jose Cuervo tequila. For nearly every menu item, options abound: regular, charbroiled, and boneless wings arrive tossed with choice of more than 15 sauces, and build-your-own pizzas and burgers allow for endless customization. Along with special events, satellite television keeps patrons entertained with sports action from across the universe.
Statues strike meditative poses atop Spicy Thai's front desk, as if they're contemplating each delicious scent that emanates from the kitchen. Beyond this checkpoint lies a dining room peppered with gilded masks, red ceiling tiles, forest-green napkins, and tablecloths as crisp and white as a freshly ironed snowflake. Here, friendly servers deliver colorful plates piled high with traditional Thai fare such as pad thai and panang curry with peanuts and broccoli. The chefs also prepare several house specialties, including an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet and phuket grouper, a deep-fried fish fillet accompanied by onions, green peppers, and a tangy chili sauce.
Ying's Wings & Every Thing has been a family-owned restaurant since 1988, and ever since its menu has satisfied a diverse range of appetites by presenting international and American favorites. This menu is as long as the line at the last DMV on earth, with cuisine derived from countries all over the world. Originating as a Chinese restaurant, its multitalented chefs soon expanded their repertoire to include specialty pizzas, submarine sandwiches, and hearty half-pound Angus beef burgers, as well as Greek food and tacos. Buckets of their namesake buffalo wings simmer in seven different toppings, such as honey mustard, barbecue, or garlic parmesan, and the restaurant is open until 4 a.m. from Monday to Friday, allowing astronomers to do research while they feast on mozzarella sticks, known by them as breaded mini telescopes.