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With a sprawling pub menu of wraps, burgers, tacos, seafood, and steaks, The Greene Turtle has something for everyone. Try starting meals with an order of buffalo wings, smothered in 1 of 10 sauces, before moving on to a Chesapeake burger topped with signature crab dip, smoked bacon, and american cheese. Adventurous menu items include thai pork tacos, lump crab macaroni and cheese, and a warm cookie sundae. A kids' menu and gluten-free menu provide plenty of options for everybody.
Doorstep Dinners’s Chef Max prepares a weekly menu of gourmet meals filled with wholesome, fresh ingredients that arrive at homes in a customized thermal bag. Past menu items mix vegetarian options with both kid- and adult-friendly fare, including greek salad filled with tomatoes, red onions, kalamata olives, and feta sprinkled atop chicken or shrimp and doused in greek dressing; soft tacos with lean ground beef; or fiery shrimp and sausage-jambalaya-stuffed peppers. Heating instructions accompany the palatable packages and guide two or four eaters through the one-week supply of breakfasts, lunches, dinners, or desserts that prevent hungry diners from gnawing through to the core of decorative plastic pears. Nutritional information displays the main ingredients of each dish and alerts diners of food allergens such as nuts, peanut oil, and pecans. Deliverers drop off feasts from 3–5 p.m. daily, leaving plenty of time to set the table at least 73 times between delivery and dinner.
The culinary maestros at Mystic Jamaica Restaurant draw on their extensive knowledge of classic Jamaican cuisine to give form to a menu of spicy seafood, beef, and chicken dishes. Red snapper––prepared steamed, stewed, or escovitch––silences hunger's mighty growl and warms up tasters more effectively than a woolen mouth mitten ($11). Awaken snoozing palates with the bold flavors of jerk chicken ($7–$8), or dive fork-first into oxtail that shares plate estate with a choice of two sides, including potato salad and fried plantains ($9–$10). Lunchtime diners sink their cuisine crushers into afternoon specials such as jerk chicken wings ($4.25), and evening eaters refuel their body's seafood-burring core with dinner specials such as seven pieces of fried shrimp ($6.25).
The flavors of the Southwest add a spicy touch to all the dishes at Poblanos Southwest Grill. Guests stroll up to the counter to order jalapeño poppers, chile rellenos, steak fajitas topped with peppers and onions. With the build-your-own option, they can customize tacos, burritos, and taco salads to their personal tastes using a choice of three marinated Mexican-style meats, shrimp, or vegetables. For a slightly fancier meal, guests can opt to order the pan-seared cod atop a bed of cilantro lime rice, hand cut flank steak with chimichurri, or a half peruvian chicken in a casero sauce, paired with a hot cup of coffee.
Lucia’s Italian Ristorante is a team effort by the Impellizzeri family, which is headed up by native Sicilian Tino. At the feet of his Italian mother and a father who was a chef by trade, Tino mastered his family's recipes, which he now showcases on Lucia's menu. Tantalizing selections include housemade pizza, pasta, and from-scratch sauces. Many of the restaurant's pasta dishes and gourmet pizzas, including the chicken ranch, can be made in the kitchen without the use of gluten or blaring disco music. Chefs enable authentic noshing at home by freezing dinner entrees, pizzas, and sauces for customers to enjoy around their family dinner tables or crypts.