Owners Zach and Miranda Barnard built Z Pizzeria and Café on a foundation of creating tongue-tantalizing dishes from scratch. Tasty sandwiches and salads, specialty pies with bulging crusts ($6.29–$18.39), and caffeinated drinks pepper the menu. The Buffalo-chicken pizza galvanizes gullets with sterling toppings of feta cheese, Louisiana hot sauce, and a side of bleu cheese or ranch. Since meats taste better in triumvirates, try the Valente for a sausage, salami, and pepperoni empire ruling a garlic-white-sauce senate, or save room for the hero sandwich ($6.99), which uses ham, turkey, and salami to remove the hunger dangling from your stomach's branches. Since eating pizza for breakfast may transform diners into Foghat-worshiping college freshmen, snag a veggie frittata ($7.99) from the brunch menu and pair it with a slow-riding Utah-style scone ($1.49).
At Feldman's Deli, the spirit of a New York City delicatessen meets the rustic, comfortable aesthetic of a ski chalet. Behind a thick wooden counter, servers slice pastrami and corned beef for half-pound sandwiches and craft Old World and Jewish specialties such as matzo-ball soup, pierogi, and freshly made bagels. Those bagels are first boiled, then baked, giving them their signature chewy crust. Chandeliers made from antlers hang over wooden tables where diners sit, savoring their meals and sipping old-fashioned egg cream sodas.
The potation crafters at Beans & Brews Coffee House whip up hot and cold beverages from perk-proffering coffee beans, relaxing tea leaves, and sweet decaf alternatives. Hot coffee drinks, such as the cappuccino ($3.60 for 12 oz.) or eye-opener brew ($2.80 for 12 oz.) gently jolt the brain awake with mountain-roasted goodness, and the dulcet notes of iced chai ($4.10 for 16 oz.) and B&B frappes ($4.05 for 16 oz.) cool off summer-scorched palates with their sweet, icy taste. Roasters get the most out of each coffee bean with Beans & Brews’ trademark high-altitude roasting, which imparts each batch of grounds with a smooth flavor that, like an angst-riddled teddy bear, maintains a high level of complexity.
At Michelangelo's we provide affordable gourmet Italian food in a fast casual environment. Founded in 1994, we have been providing high quality authentic Italian cuisine for almost 17 years. Come to our new location and see and taste for yourself.
Voted Best Bar Grub by City Weekly, the Lumpys menu provides hearty entrees alongside appetizing, phalange-friendly fare. Grab a signature 3/4 lb. Lumpy burger layered in bacon and cheddar with a choice of side ($9) or a 12 oz. NY strip steak in a shroomy sauce served with garlicky mashy potatoes and veggies ($15). Or snack sparingly on marinara-friendly mozzarella logs with fries ($8) or saucy chipotle jalapeño poppers ($7). Those who dare can enter the garden of eating through a veggie platter piled high with broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, temptations, carrots, and cauliflower ($7).
The only thing better than waking up to a freshly made breakfast is having someone else do the work for you. And that is exactly what you'll get at Ditta Caff?. Three sisters originally opened the caff? and they still own and operate this family business. One of the three wakes up early in the morning to bake the day's caff? cuisine, from bagels blended with asiago cheese to the homemade granola that tops fresh fruit parfaits. When the first customers start rolling in for coffee and scones, most know to go straight to the restful patio, where shaded tables await underneath a giant tree strung with glass lanterns. For those who don't have the time to linger, the shop also features a drive-thru where they can serve up their sandwiches and salads made with local meats and cheeses.