In 1972, Joseph Catanese created Giuseppe’s Pizza & Subs on the square-crust foundation of Sicilian-style pies and oven-roasted sandwiches. Like their dough, the chefs in Giuseppe’s kitchen rise early and often, making breads from scratch daily. Their pizza canvases also fuel the efforts of other local eateries by providing them with pre-baked crusts and frozen dough balls, which are also ideal for training for an upcoming basketball-eating contest.
A red-and-white-striped awning welcomes patrons into Burger Nuts, where more than 35 toppings—all available for no extra charge—adorn seven types of patties and three varieties of bready encasement. Egg, multigrain, and pretzel buns clasp never-frozen certified Angus beef, bison, turkey, Kobe, bratwurst, chorizo, and veggie burgers, which patrons can decorate with such eclectic ingredients as pepperoni, peanut butter, sauerkraut, and pepper jack cheese. Burger-free fare includes grilled-cheese sandwiches, chicken fingers, and hand-dipped milk shakes that are served at the exact same temperature as that of a healthy polar bear's nose.
Any Irish pub worth its weight in Guinness can make a mean corned beef. It takes a special kind of visionary, however, to stack that corned beef on top of a towering American hamburger. Like most of its regular patrons, Croagh Patrick's Pub has a thick streak of green in its lineage. Willoughby's premier neighborhood hangout finds common ground between its Irish ancestry and its American present, creating such crossover dishes as Celtic egg rolls and the aforementioned Irish-American burger.
Mr. Wonderful's veteran chefs batter and fry a menu's worth of soul fare, including crisp chicken and fish. A variety of chicken and waffle meals ($6.99–$12.99) star boneless or bone-in poultry, drizzled in a signature glaze that underscores the duo's complementary tastes, textures, and zodiac signs. Satisfy seafood hankerings with a shrimp po boy slathered in tangy sauce ($5.99) or a fried-catfish dinner accompanied by a duo of hearty sides, such as candied yams, slow-cooked greens, and creamy mac 'n' cheese ($10.99). A choice of more than 10 stuffed baked potatoes ($4.99–$11.99) transforms the humdrum spud into a tableside celebrity, and the restaurant's family meals ($8.99–$69) supply clans with the energy to tackle overdue tasks such as cleaning the basement or sewing matching sweater vests by hand.
Family friendly restaurant featuring food from a New York style bagel to a New York Strip Steak. Open 7 days serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu items include our famous corned beef, reubens, pastrami, omeletes, burgers, homemade soups, salads, Latkas, blintzes, Belguin waffles, pasta, wraps, famous desserts and more.
Alesci's of Shoregate is a specialty grocer and deli that dispenses imported foods, sliced meats, and prepared meals. Freshly sliced deli meats include turkey, capicola, and salami. A sprawling collection of shelves shows off a huge selection of wines easily matched with pizzas topped with pepperoni, mushrooms, or sausage. Daily specials have included items such as rigatoni, eggplant parmigiano, lasagna, and pasta e fagioli, and a selection of breads is also available.
Borally’s provides a plentiful carryout menu of authentic Italian cuisine, captivating taste buds with hearty dishes designed to feed groups and families with ease. Sauce-loving snackers can opt for a full red sheet pizza, drizzled with house-made ripe tomato sauce ($17) and topped with sausage or pepperoni for an additional $3, while cautious bulls may opt to eschew scarlet bites in favor of a full white sheet pizza, rich with cheesy goodness ($16). Other appetizing entrees include meatballs in sauce ($2 per person) and succulent beef tenderloin to satisfy protein cravings (market price; serves 12). Those whose chompers hanker for saccharine sustenance may sink their sugar-craving teeth into a portion of their 100-piece pastry tray bedecked with glorious gobs of sweet treats ($65). For last minute soirees and get-togethers, Borally’s provides party packages packing items such as tossed salad, rigatoni, roast chicken, or chicken piccata, and a sheet pizza of choice into a plentiful picnic ($8 per person; $80 for 10 people). Each package, like conga lines and overachieving tandem bicycles, is intended for 10 guests or more,