At The Original Primo Pizza & Grill, chefs whirl handmade dough and whole, peeled tomatoes into a variety of thin-crust pizzas. While the menu includes classic standbys such as the hawaiian pizza, customers can also create their own perfect pies from toppings such as garlic, mushrooms, pepperoni, and sausage. What really shines through, however, is the restaurant’s large selection of specialty pies: buffalo-chicken pizza is topped with chicken and zesty buffalo sauce; Nutella pizza with brown and powdered sugar; and the American-style pizza gets topped with steak, peppers, onions, american cheese, and a pervasive dislike of the metric system.
While pizza dominates the menu, diners can also explore traditional Italian entrees, including dinner specialties such as chicken scampi, veal milanese, and spaghetti with clam sauce.
With six handcrafted beers on tap and a full menu of delicious pub provisions, J.J. Bitting Brewing Company enrobes taste buds in warm, comfortable flavors. The Blazing Brewhouse wings ($5.95) perk up palates with a tangy zest that earned them the title of Best Hot Wings in Woodbridge by BestHotWings.com. Wrangle the Colorado burger's bison patty into hungry mouths aided by sautéed onions, mushrooms, and sun-dried-tomato pesto mayo ($7.95), or follow the delicate salmon steak's incredible journey through pan-searing and potato-breading before rousing it from snug beds of rice and fresh veggies ($15.95). Like the cool table in a high-school cafeteria, Bitting's homegrown pints ($4.50 each) stay popular with or without delicious food. The Garden State IPA balances appealing bitterness with a floral aroma, and the heavily roasted Black Jack Stout swoops up from cellars to slake any thirst in the house.
Precision Time’s mall kiosks brim with trained watch repair technicians and display cases stocked with timepieces from manufacturers such as Casio, Invicta, Fossil, and Sottomarino Italia. Use today's deal toward men's or women's watches from Fossil ($65+) or peruse an extensive collection of clearance timepieces. Festoon wrists with durable plastic Rave watches ($29.99+) aglow in vibrant shades of blue, green, and pink that match with outfits or display solidarity with a feuding crayon box faction. Long-delayed exercise plans are jump-started with Timex’s sporty Ironman Basic 10 Lap Digital watch ($39.95), and the dressy stainless steel T2H281 ($39.95), marked by a genuine leather strap and classic white dial background, guarantees entry to fast-food restaurants’ velvet-roped VIP rooms.
The pizza slingers at Papa John's toss each doughy discus by hand, and top their signature sauce with decadent mozzarella, fresh vegetables, and quality meats. Pie Picassos design two pies with up to two toppings each, and can commission a portrait of baby portobello mushrooms and spicy italian sausage posing against a backdrop of chewy crust or forge a blend of three cheeses smattered with crispy bacon. Tongues tiring of pizza's circular logic can take between-bite breaks with a side of breadsticks or parmesan-garlic breadsticks. A splashy two-liter beverage keeps taste buds on their toes. Order online to arrange a pickup or delivery, or visit a Papa John's location to dine right where the cheese sticks are harvested.
Though the staff at French Fry Heaven believe the best way to serve a potato is fried, they're not in agreement about how they should be seasoned. That's why they cut, fry, and flavor potatoes and sweet potatoes into 50 styles of french fries—some of which, like Napoleon, aren't even French. For more traditional serving versions, they offer slightly salted fries served Dutch-style with a dollop of mayonnaise, British-style with a splash of malt vinegar, and Utah-style with pickle-laced ketchup. But once the chefs veer from the traditional style fries, things really start to get interesting.
The team can season fries in a range of infused salts, from the rich black truffle salt to the mouth-searing ghost pepper salt. To enhance the natural sugar of sweet potatoes, chefs sprinkle those fries with a choice of dessert toppings. These can include options such as blueberry sauce or cinnamon and brown sugar. They can even blend secret ingredients that mimic the flavors of a funnel cake. Their signature fries drip with a range of sauces, from the Canadian poutine to Cajun remoulade.
If you look around Mie Thai’s dining room and spot patrons digging into dishes that aren't on the menu, it's not because they're celebrities or the town's spelling bee champ. It's because they ordered the (sometimes secret) dish of the week that Mie Thai's chefs post on Facebook.
In addition to these creations, which have included gai tod rad prig—fried chicken, basil, and lime leaves in a spicy chili and garlic sauce—patrons can order a variety of fried rice bowls, bean thread noodles with tofu, and traditional Thai desserts, from sticky rice with mangoes to fried bananas drizzled with honey. Diners also enjoy an expansive vegetarian menu. These dishes pair with BYOB drinks.