The pizza-makers at Saucey so pride their process that they couldn't help but document each of its stages in a comprehensive slide-show. It begins with hand-spun dough, upon which cooks sprinkle customizable combos from more than 10 toppings, including bacon and sweet peppers. More creative ingredients crown specialty pies, from chicken coated in honey mustard to cheesesteak fixings. Speaking of classic cheesesteak—they also make a buffalo chicken version, which partly comprises Saucey's selection of delectable hoagies that, much like an edible convertible, can be ordered as a wrap. Saucey also showcases other pizzeria treats, such as pepperoni-stuffed strombolis and fries smothered in housemade American cheese sauce.
From its neon blue lighting to its gourmet bar food, Landmark Americana is a stylish neighborhood spot. The menu features contemporary renditions of burgers and sandwiches, and chicken wings come dressed in sauces ranging in heat from the mild honey barbecue to the superhot "I Dare You." The bar area is lined with flatscreen TVs and a variety of beers on tap, making it a popular spot to watch the game or a live streaming of the Royal Prom. The restaurant also hosts music bingo nights and DJ dance parties. On Sundays, you can get all-American brunch items including pancakes and french toast.
The successful union of Indian and Thai flavors inside a chic, BYOB space has helped Spice Indian Thai Bistro earn praise from local press, including The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan who calls the eatery “one of the suburbs' best all-around Indian kitchens.” Round tables and cozy booths stretch across an expanse of rustic tile flooring, overlooked by saffron and burnt-orange walls and plentiful wood accents. Though the lighting is dim and romantic, it cannot mask the vibrant colors of chicken korma, lamb biryani, and hot-and-spicy Thai curries laced with coconut milk and enough bamboo shoots to please.
Más Mexicali Cantina's authentic south-of-the-border menu blazes with spicy morsels tucked into classic fare, including fajitas, enchiladas, and chimichangas. Endless chips and salsa offer a fitting introduction to the questionably finite Kitchen Sink burrito stuffed with a long list of fillings including chorizo, salsa roja, fire roasted chilis, and your choice of meats ($9.99+). Rival meat- and veggie-lovers can compromise with a table stocked with both pasilla braised short ribs ($12.99) and well-seasoned tofu tacos ($5.99–$8.49). Más Mexicali completes its collection of authentic eats with the unexpected flavorings of its house specialties, such as char-grilled honey chipotle salmon accompanied by grilled-pineapple pico de gallo ($14.99).