For more than 50 years, shoppers have ambled through the aisles of La Rosa Market and stocked carts with fresh-baked breads, deli products, and the essentials. Craft grandiose hoagies or time-sensitive sculptures with a diverse selection of Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses ($6–$9/lb.), or fuel barbecues with protein-packed bites of AngusPride Choice beef ($6+/lb.). Dough designers knead, toss, and roll floured mounds into freshly baked tongue warmers, including breads, pies, cakes and pastries ($2–$15). After culling enough rations to restock pantry shelves and vacant bowling-trophy cases, cart cabbies can browse a vibrant floral section that includes roses by the dozen ($9.99) and mixed bouquets ($7.99). Shoppers can also corral bundles of firewood ($4.99) to illuminate backyard gatherings.
Marty's creations are certifiably kosher and have no artificial ingredients. Choose from more than a dozen custom creations from the cookie gallery, ranging from the progressively futuristic chocolate chip ($1.75 each) to the signature chocolate drizzle cookie ($3.50 each). Before you trade your cow for an unenchanted bean, stock up on milk for cookie-tray acquisition; serve 8–12 people with a 60-cookie assortment for $37.99. Foolish lovers don't have to give flowers to apologize; give cookie bouquets—six long-stem cookies lovingly wrapped in a rose box sealed with ribbons, bows, and blown kisses ($39.99).
Yoz Yogurt has been around since 1988. Yoz provides the healthiest frozen yogurt and soft serve products in the area. Yoz is the only yogurt store offering over 35 toppings. Yoz was the first with fat free non dairy soft serve. Yoz was the first to offer non fat, 8 calorie, low carb, no sugar added original tart.
My Cousin’s New York Pizzeria fills East Coast appetites with a menu of pastas, subs, and pizza pies done up in an authentic Big Apple style. The personalized dough disks meet any dinner guest's requirements, beginning with a 14-inch ($7.99) or 18-inch ($11.99) canvas of plain cheese, and expanding in complexity with a choice of toppings from the 24-strong selection ($1.50–$2.15 each). Alternately, work out a languid tongue with hefty bites of a J.J.’s pizza, loaded with pepperoni, meatballs, onions, mushrooms, fresh tomatoes, banana peppers, and feta cheese (18", $17.99), or capsize hunger with an italian sub ($6.95). Baskets of buffalo wings stampede the tables in herds of 10 ($9.99) or 20 pieces ($18.99), taking diners back to the olden days when bison roamed the upstate Empire State skies by the thousands, grazing on spicy, butter-rich cumulus clouds.