Winner of San Diego Living’s Pasta Wars, Pastalini enables marinara guzzlers to choose from a variety of tempting ingredients and forge phenomenal pasta, pizza, or salad recipes specially tailored to individual tastes. Noodle buffs can sculpt a specialized pasta bowl ($6.39) by fusing flavors such as rigatoni, pesto, and grilled chicken topped with spinach and black olives or prep alfredo-doused grilled shrimp and english peas for seafood prom with a helping of elegant bowtie pasta.
Located in a nondescript strip mall in Serra Mesa, Little Sam’s Pizza serves up hearty New York style pizzas with a classic feel, including red and white checkered tiles that line the floor and a smattering of simple tables that fill out the humble interior. Don’t let the downplayed décor fool, though; Little Sam’s makes a delicious pizza worthy of its local popularity. Each pie is hand-tossed from dough that is made daily, topped with a light spread of tomato sauce and any combination of fresh ingredients. They also serve pizza by the slice, making it a great spot to grab a quick lunch, especially when it comes to the thin, flexible hand-tossed New York style slices, which are easily folded over and topped off with shakers of oregano, red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese. The large surrounding parking lot makes a visit or pick-up easy; they deliver as well.
From any seat in the house, it's impossible to miss the game at Randy Jones All American Sports Grill. Throughout the brightly-colored interior, 30 flatscreen TV's and two high-def projectors broadcast games from NFL, NHL, MLB, NCAA, and more. From the bar, two dozen American beers flow through the taps, and a full wine and liquor list is also available. Paired with bar-friendly grub, the food menu is home to sports-themed American classics, such as Randy's Sinkers (a trio of pulled pork sliders), a Padre burger, and the 35's chili dog.
When Lois Margolet first opened Capriotti's Sandwich Shop in Wilmington, Delaware, 36 years ago, she and her brother, Alan, worked from the second story of a boarded-up building, roasting 10?12 whole turkeys every night and churning out a ?real turkey lover's? sandwich each day. Today, Capriotti's has expanded across 14 states, each location stacking the same award-winning hot and cold sandwiches, racking up such accolades as The Best of Las Vegas 2013 and Best of Delaware 2013 prizes from the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Delaware Today, respectively, as well as being named one of "10 great places to bite into a surprising sandwich" by USA Today. Though the shop is still known for its slow-roasted-turkey creations?such as the Thanksgiving-inspired Bobbie, voted greatest sandwich in America by AOL's Lemondrop.com, piled with cranberry sauce and stuffing?its menu now ventures into the realm of roast beef, italian deli meats with such sandwiches as the capastrami, cheesesteaks, and vegetarian treats, such as meatless chicken and turkey.
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Giovannis Italian Restaurant boasts strong San Diego roots that were put down back in 1980—the year when the eatery first opened. However, the menu has much older ties to the past. The chefs still use generations-old family recipes that draw inspiration from classic Italian as well as Italian-American cooking. In addition to the selection of hearty pasta dishes, veal entrees, and sub sandwiches, the restaurant also prepares pizzas with as many as 28 different toppings from the Periodic Table of Elements, including everything from meatballs and chopped garlic to artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes. To accompany this cozy, homestyle cooking, Giovannis also features an ever-changing assortment of beers from local craft breweries, such as Ballast Point, Stone, Green Flash, Karl Strauss, and Coronado.