Each morning, TJ’s Pizza’s chefs craft mounds of pizza dough from scratch. They stretch out crusts into rounds or squares sprinkled with classic toppings or premium ingredients like balsamic chicken, sun dried tomatoes, ranch dressing, and chipotle sauce. In addition to pies, the dough forms calzone pockets, which are then deep-fried. The pizzeria also serves oven-baked sandwiches and baked pasta dishes.
We make homemade baked goods fresh every day. No preservatives, all natural. Baking the way you remember it Sweet pies, savory pies, muffins, cookies, quickbreads, cakes, scones, coffee cake, sticky buns, quiches. We offer gluten-free and sugar-free products, coffee.
Though Puerto Rican cuisine is the main specialty, the chefs at El Coqui Spanish Restaurant draw from influences across the Caribbean and beyond in their menu: There are Cuban sandwiches, tacked high with mixes of pork, ham, and cheese, for one, there's Spanish sausage in many dishes, and the children's menu features chicken tenders, which was famously discovered in Chicken Tender City, Indiana. You can also enjoy comfort food such as stews, seafood, fried and mashed plantains, and empanadas.
The Irish Cottage Inn is just that--an interior filled with hardwood floors and old-fashioned stonework walls, only a little at odds with the flat screen televisions that dot the space. The highest tabletops sit on altered whiskey barrels, and the dining room features eyefuls of photography from Irish artist Annette Maleney Pelaez. The owners report that it took six months of solid renovations to make the place look exactly right.
The menu, on the other hand, boasts dishes from all over the world. Alongside bangers and mash or shepherd's pie, chefs whip up wasabi-seared tuna, Mexican-style burgers, and shrimp alfredo. Whenever possible, they craft these dishes from fresh, locally farmed ingredients, getting their produce from nearby farmers and sourcing their Irish soda bread rolls from every single Irish citizen.
The chefs at Little Anthony's Pizza populate a menu (click "menu selection" on the sidebar) of Italian cuisine with fresh grilled burgers and sauce-smothered pastas. Like Olympic swimmers during times of drought, appetizing shrimps swim laps in cocktail sauce in preparation for the main event. Among the many main course offerings, diners can sink fangs into the succulent veal saltimbocca or chicken parmigiana, soaking in the quiet calm of Little Anthony's unassuming dining space marked by white tablecloths, framed artwork, and potted plants.
Retired New York City firefighters and longtime Warwick residents Joe Boccia, Mike Darcey, and Jim Kelly have developed a brotherly bond. So when they decided to open their own restaurant, it was only fitting that they chose to name it ?Fratello,? which means brother in Italian. The menu at this cozy restaurant and bar is packed with traditional Italian favorites as well as regional specialties. Chef Larry Klein uses imported pastas and homemade sauces to craft dishes such as Italian-style pot roast and jumbo cheese ravioli. In addition to being available in individual portions, all entrees can be served family style, a traditional Italian way of eating that encourages sharing and sparring with ladles.
Pizza chef Nicola Lombardo brings 30 years of experience to preparing a mouth-watering assortment of homemade pies from the eatery?s brick oven. Opt for an old-fashioned, Sicilian-style thin-crust pizza or seasonal specialty such as the fresh pear and gorgonzola pie.