Tapping into expertise accumulated during 20 years in business, cooks at Greenhouse Cafe craft made-from-scratch sauces for sandwiches, pastas, and salads. They pull turkey breast and slices of french bread from a grill, covering the whole thing with tomato, avocado, provolone, and a housemade italian dressing. Fettuccini, linguini, penne, or angel-hair noodles are covered in Cajun seasonings, alfredo sauce, and shrimp like a bad public speaker at a culinary school.
With 30 years of experience in the food industry, the owner of Prime Dip has always had a passion for food. This love comes through in hearty handheld creations such as the roast-beef dip sandwich overflowing with certified Angus beef and au jus, and the hot pastrami sandwich that comes topped with the restaurant’s housemade Booyah sweet hot relish. The drive-thru joint churns out other breakfast and lunch edibles including fresh salads, stuffed baked potatoes, and meatballs dressed in assorted sauces, cheeses, and toppings. The staff delivers to local businesses, and catering services are also available.
3 Drunken Goats Restaurant takes its name from cabra al vino, a Spanish cheese soaked in wine for two to three days. It's an apt fit for the eatery, where Spanish wine and sangria pair with a menu rife with Spanish tapas. Savor piquillo peppers filled with idiazabal cheese, scallops wrapped in Spanish ham, and a grilled octopus and chorizo plate praised by LA Weekly.
Other artfully plated items include entrees like grilled salmon with pocha beans and desserts such as churros with chocolate sauce. You might be able to smell your dish being prepared in the open kitchen from 3 Drunken Goats' high-ceilinged dining room, where dark woods surround wine racks and a flat-screen TV broadcasting the latest sports.
Oceanview Bistro serves a menu featuring upscale regional cuisine dashed with Asian and Latin American influences in an elegant, contemporary atmosphere. For dinner, tickle the tongue with crispy vegetable spring rolls ($7.95) before diving into a plate of Atlantic salmon, its oceanic spread swimming with potatoes Beaujolais, corn, english peas, snorkeling child stars, and burrata-cheese emulsion ($19.95). Carnivores coo over short ribs with fingerling blue-cheese hash, bacon, peas, and braising jus ($22.95). Meanwhile, the lunchtime menu emphasizes lighter fare, such as the meatloaf sandwich ($11.95) and the hanger-steak cobb salad ($14).