To create the perfect New York?style pizza, chefs at New York Pizza Company start with a mound of freshly made dough. They hand-toss the dough into a thin disk and then cover it with a housemade pesto, alfredo, or pizza sauce before sprinkling on cheese. The chefs can happily add toppings of your choosing, such as roasted red peppers and grilled chicken, or they'll craft a specialty pizza like the buffalo chicken or hawaiian pie. Whichever way you like your pie, a rotating stone oven cooks it to a perfect crisp finish before cutting it into slices.
And pizza isn't the only item on the menu. Its ingredients?sauce, dough, and high-quality toppings?make appearances in other dishes as well. Pie fixings can be found inside calzones, and the housemade dough is transformed into the eatery?s popular garlic knots. The marinara sauce tucks into Italian-style sausage hero sandwiches, serves as a side to mozzarella sticks, and can cover build-your-own pasta dishes. Fresh salads and warm soup help round out the food selections, all of which can be delivered right to patrons? houses.
Thirty years ago, a mother, a son, and his wife joined forces to create their own barbecue restaurant, starting with family-inspired, made-from-scratch recipes. The formula proved to be a success, and although Woody’s Bar-B-Q is now under new ownership and management, they still dish up the same quality eats from locations in six states. The newly remodeled restaurant’s defining secret sauce decorates baby back ribs, pulled pork sandwiches, and roasted half-chickens.
Dick’s quickly silences grumbling bellies with a menu of tasty grilled edibles and a tongue-tingling variety of spicy twists. Fried pickles ($4.29), buffalo shrimp ($7.49), or wings in 365 available flavors ($8.99/10) engage mouths as guests wait for the main attraction—half-pound burgers, whose meatslabs are hand-pressed and grilled to order over the heat of omnipresent flame decals. Bacon, swiss, and lettuce enrobe the Squealin' Cheeser burger ($7.59), whereas sautéed mushrooms sit proudly atop the Shroomer burger ($7.59) and a trio of cheddar, american, and jack adorn the Three Cheeser ($7.59). All burgers come with a choice of steak fries or waffle fries and can be sharpened with any of Dick’s 365 sauce blends ($0.59 additional). Before strolling over to the nearby beach to squash sandcastles, diners can clog their molars with chunks of deep-fried Oreos ($3.99), a chocolate tribute to the hamburger and a smooth ending to a spicy ride.
Colibrí Mexican Cuisine keeps stomachs supplied with a menu of authentic eats amid a casual atmosphere infused with international flair. Amiable waitstaff attentively serve up or catapult tacos de pescado, a trio of shells stuffed with grilled mahi mahi slathered in chipotle mayo and a corn mix ($11.95). A rich chili-and-chocolate elixir winds lazily through the mole rojo's chicken strips ($11.95). Customize fajitas to personal tastes by gorging tortillas with either a garden-torn medley of onions, peppers, mushrooms, and tomatoes ($11.95) or a savory roundup of chicken, steak, shrimp, and chorizo ($13.95). The mexican hot dog with fries treats miniature palates to a traditional frankfurter, swaddled in a tortilla and deep-fried ($4.95).
Manatee Café was voted Best Healthy Eating in the St. Augustine Visitor's Guide's Best of St. Augustine in 2002. Seven Yelpers and Yahoo! Locals give it a 4.5-star average; TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes, and 91% of Urbanspooners like it.
Mango Mangos' tropical décor and location, about 100 yards from the beach, let patrons' imaginations soar out over the water to a Caribbean island tour as they peruse a fixed menu populated with seafood and burgers. An order of corn cakes allows patrons to experience a traditional vegetable birthday celebration. Trevor's chipotle shrimp tacos occupy both hands with two flour tortillas full of seasoned shrimp, caramelized onions, and two cheeses, drizzled with santa fe sauce and escorted by a side such as Mango's slaw. Other handheld finger fare includes sandwiches, wraps, and burgers such as the caribbean burger with jalapeño relish and mango-chutney mayo, which inspires dining quads' four free hands to unite in a high-20.