It should come as no surprise that pizza is a specialty at JUST PIZZA & Wing Co. The restaurant's cooks infuse specialty crusts with sesame seeds, lemon pepper, and other seasonings, pile on fresh cheese and toppings such as sirloin steak and tiger shrimp, and even bake whole-wheat and gluten-free pies. But contrary to its name, JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s menu doesn't end there—non-doughy options include chicken wings in a variety of sauces. Patrons can even explore possible wine pairings on JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s website.
Ying's Wings & Every Thing has been a family-owned restaurant since 1988, and ever since its menu has satisfied a diverse range of appetites by presenting international and American favorites. This menu is as long as the line at the last DMV on earth, with cuisine derived from countries all over the world. Originating as a Chinese restaurant, its multitalented chefs soon expanded their repertoire to include specialty pizzas, submarine sandwiches, and hearty half-pound Angus beef burgers, as well as Greek food and tacos. Buckets of their namesake buffalo wings simmer in seven different toppings, such as honey mustard, barbecue, or garlic parmesan, and the restaurant is open until 4 a.m. from Monday to Friday, allowing astronomers to do research while they feast on mozzarella sticks, known by them as breaded mini telescopes.
When Mike's Subs first opened in 1956, the menu was simple: cold-cut subs, on untoasted buns, topped with the kitchen's only condiment: Mike's Special oil. Mike's prepares hot and cold subs alike, such as buffalo chicken and sausage spinach, which are topped with rich sauces, vegetables such as mushrooms and garlic, and cheese such as provolone and sharp cheddar. While chefs slice sandwiches lengthwise, deep fryers bubble with french fries or onion rings, and pizza pies are tossed with ingredients like their traditional buffalo pizza. Mike's also arranges party platters of dinner rolls, meats, and cheeses, which allow parties of up to 40 people to build their own sandwiches. Mike's has also recently expanded with a full dining room.
In Bob & John’s recently remodeled confines, new head chef Mark Meager of Wellington Pub fame fries up crispy wings and bakes pizzas golden, such as the bacon chicken ranch. While the interiors and the chef is new, the eatery has been pleasing customers with comfort food for more than 40 years, heaping plates high with spaghetti and meatballs and building more than 25 hearty subs and sandwiches such as the blue cheese spinach and mushroom. They also make their menu eclectic with the addition of burritos and stromboli.
You’ve heard of the Italian plumber named Mario, but what about the Italian chef of Buffalo named Marco? Marco’s Italian Deli is home of the original “sangwich” and is available for eat-in, takeout or delivery. There are plenty of paninis to choose from; go for the Manhattan Hide Out or maybe the Mustache Pete. Burgers like The Soprano or The Elmwood are sure to full up hungry guests. Get fancy with gourmet “sangwiches” like the Don Corleone or the Uncle Guido. Marco’s can also provide substantially for your parties and gatherings with their catering services. Delight your guests with an antipasto salad starter tray followed by the deli “sangwich” platter; round it off with a delicious cannoli tray for dessert. Check out Marco’s Italian Deli for a New York treat.
Guttuso's North End Trattoria's head chef Chris Luccari, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, takes patrons on a gustatory tour of Italy with a menu of wood-fired pizzas and homemade pasta. The wood-burning oven's loving arms and stern lectures raise a litter of dough disks, including the Grecian pizza, a veggie-strewn pie bedecked with feta and a splash of Ouzo ($11.75). Culinary archaeologists can uncover breaded cutlet and veggie layers in the veal and eggplant alla milanese, drizzled in asiago cream and bolstered by a foundation of sautéed spinach ($15.95). Linguine vines tangle in the shrimp scampi's pasta jungle, showered in pinot grigio ($15.95), and sweet teeth take a break from smooth-talking neighboring molars to sample the Limoncello tiramisu ($6).