From Our Editors
After three decades running L-eat Catering, owner Tony Loschiavo took his business in a new direction: a storefront. Now diners can enjoy the company's gourmet eats at a chic, urban bistro outfitted with wooden communal tables and black-and-white photographs. Inside, diners indulge in everything from steel-cut oatmeal topped with homemade strawberry jam to gourmet sandwiches piled high with house-smoked salmon, roast beef, and lemon rosemary chicken. Even the side dishes come dressed up, such as potato salad with both sweet and Yukon Gold spuds and the soup of the day, which is served in a glittery top hat. The hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals can also be paired with a specialty coffee drink or libation, and enjoyed on the outdoor patio.