The staff at D'Cocco's Restaurant & Pizzeria understands the value of a good family meal. Since 1988, they've maintained a place where local families do just that, with specialty pizzas and other tasty Italian favorites. Pies here stay interesting, with options that include everything from signature pepperoni to bacon-chicken-cheddar-ranch and the baked ziti pizza. Along with sharing family-style Italian meals and pizzas, D'Cocco's extends its commitment to the community by sponsoring Little League and softball teams and donating food to numerous local events.
The color blue comes in many shades, be it periwinkle, powder blue, or baby blue. Should you name a shade of blue, there's a good chance that color graces the walls of MLO Salon. In an effort to channel the calming, peaceful feeling of water, trickling streams, and leaky faucets that drip to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," MLO’s owner, Maria Orbinati, latched onto a blue color palette and never looked back. The end result was a calming, modern feel—yet one set in elegant relief by Greek columns and arches. Almost as an homage to the décor, the staff performs a deep hydration facial to mitigate wrinkles with a hyaluronic system. But this relaxing environment serves as an ideal locale for spa services beyond just facials; the team also renders hair, makeup, and nail treatments.
With a menu parked at the intersection of familiar comfort foods and savory southwestern spices, Jessie's Fireshack & Pizzeria welcomes guests in search of innovative ways to quell their hearty appetites. From traditional platters of chicken wings and empanadas to gourmet foot-long hot dogs dressed in mashed potatoes, bacon, and cheese sauce, the kitchen staff puts its unique spin on numerous tried-and-true favorites. Diners can also dig into more innovative concoctions, such as carne mechada, a Puerto Rican style pot roast, or brisket enchiladas. No matter which meal they choose, diners can chow down as they sip on cool draft pints of Yuengling or Miller Lite or catch highlights on the eatery's three HD TVs.
The culinary crew at Pete’s A Pie Pizzeria prepares each morsel from scratch using fresh vegetables and herb-infused olive oils. Specialty pan or Brooklyn-style pizzas marry swirls of homemade sauce—including marinara, creamy garlic, and spicy barbecue—with corresponding toppings and ringtones to create one-of-a-kind concoctions such as the barbecue-chicken pie or the salty pig—a blend of prosciutto, fresh basil, and red onions. Since it's comprised solely of a bustling kitchen and pickup counter, the eatery offers delivery or carryout only.
Flickering neon signs draw the eyes of passerby to Matese Pizzeria Ristorante, which sums up its menu in three simple words: pizza, pasta, heroes. The neighborhood joint has prepared their specialty pies and pasta since 1978, pairing pizzeria classics with Italian veal and seafood entrees. In their casual dining room, towering refrigerators of soft drinks and racks of chips stand next to wooden tabletops. Delivery staff rush steaming packages all over town, responding to phoned-in requests, online orders, and meatball-shaped smoke signals.
Italian and American classics top the dark wood tables at DiMaria's Brick Oven Pizza and Kitchen, where red booths enthrone diners chowing down between sprawling windows. Diners may avail themselves of plentiful free parking, or decide to dine at a table as they share appetizers such as the buffalo calamari, crispy, marine morsels served with blue cheese. A trio of eggplant rollatini stuffed with ricotta and mozzarella ushers in the veal madeira decked in mozzarella and asparagus simmered in mushroom sauce. Capers and peppers splay across a plate of wine-drenched pork pizzaiola, and garlic-speckled spinach accompanies the chicken oreganata baked in seasoned breadcrumbs so it stays both tender and texturally accessible to chopsticks.