The seasoned slingers of succulence at Johnathan's Fresh Fish & Meats, who first sharpened their cleavers more than 26 years ago, barbecue bold, smoky flavors into fresh meats to create mouthwatering dinner combos. The combo plate saddles up chicken, pork ribs, or tri-tip beef alongside cowboy beans and a choice of macaroni salad, potato salad, or coleslaw for a gastronomic hootenanny more flavorsome than a gummy-bear rodeo. Barbecue buffs can inhale the scent of grilled meat while dining in at either of the locations from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, or carryout their plates to enjoy at home with their significant other, roommate, or that handsome doppelganger lurking in the mirror.
The modest size of Cheesecake Kitchen’s bakery stands at odds with its extensive menu of cheesecakes and cheesecake-flavored desserts, many of which include copious toppings of peanut butter, candy bars, and fruit. The 5-, 7-, and 10-inch cheesecakes nestle side-by-side within a display case that proudly exhibits more than 25 concoctions laced with flavors such as chocolate mocha and eggnog rum. In addition to traditional cake slices, the expert staff bakes their signature cheesecake tastes into brownies, cannoli, cupcakes, and elegant pillbox hats. Cheesecake Kitchen’s freezable cakes can also be slathered in customized decorations to celebrate a birthday party.
No strangers to grocers, siblings John Pallios and Denise Pallios Zagaris grew up working in their father's grocery stores, the first of which opened back in 1951. After the chain closed, the two put their heads together before arriving at the inspired idea of a small, old-school neighborhood deli. Thus, Chopping Block Butcher Shop and Deli was born. From the butcher, a huge variety of meats includes quality steaks, hand-made sausages, and specialty dry rubs and marinates. The deli counter is equally stocked with ready-made eats, as well as fresh-made sandwiches and deli slices.
The no-nonsense cooks at Old Mill Café prep stomachs for an honest day's effort with hearty diner breakfasts and lunches. Sizzling steak, plump sausages, and crispy ribbons of bacon accompany cooked-to-order eggs and piping hot cups of fresh ground coffee. Chefs also toss platters of flapjacks and fold fresh omelets, stuffing their eggy creations with everything from mushrooms and swiss to ham and cheddar. These early-morning favorites compliment a along with a full lunch menu of burgers, sandwiches, and grilled chicken breast sandwiches.
Extreme Pita's menu is populated with nutritional and nourishing palate-pleasers, all packing a punch of personalized perfection that won't promote paunches or potbellies. Each tasty creation is quickly prepared from fresh ingredients upon ordering. Fill up on a freestyle wrap such as the grilled chicken ($5.39 for 6-inch; $6.79 for 9-inch) or the philly cheesesteak ($5.49 for 6-inch; $6.89 for 9-inch), and top the wrap with any of the 21 dressings, including tzatziki, barbecue sauce, and honey mustard. Globally minded gastronomists can tongue-travel with international eats such as the Fiesta Mexicana ($5.49 for 6-inch; $6.99 for 9-inch) or the Thai beef ($5.49 for 6-inch, $6.99 for 9-inch).