Calandra's Italian Market & Deli traces its roots back to 1962, when Italian immigrants Luciano and Ortenza Calandra opened their bakery, which quickly established a reputation for baking delicious bread. When it was their time to retire, their sons, Anthony and Luciano Jr., took the reigns and expanded the business into an Italian food empire. Today, they've added two locations and the original humble bakery is now in a 50,000-foot-space, joined by a traditional Italian market and deli.
There, they serve Italian subs, paninis, and fresh pasta dishes—think breaded veal sandwiches and pasta drenched with homemade sauce and sweet Italian sausage. They also churn out their own line of olive oil, coffee, fresh pasta, and homemade pasta, which you can wash down with their wine created back home in Italy. However, two elements haven't changed: their fresh-baked bread remains as crusty as ever and their commitment to keeping the business in the family still stands.
At Pink Frosting Bakery, the bakers craft their vegan and gluten-free desserts from scratch. Each cupcake, two-layer cake, and infinitely layered tesseract brims with mostly organic ingredients that create more healthful but still rich-tasting treats. As finishing touches, bakers dust cinnamon sugar over a cream-cheese-topped pumpkin cake, mix crushed Oreos into cream-cheese frosting before slathering it onto chocolate cake, and fill vanilla cake with strawberry preserves finished with a strawberry frosting. Furthermore, Pink Frosting's confections are devoid of egg and dairy, and mostly free of soy, allowing customers to cater to guests with allergies when planning parties.
No two bagels need ever be alike at Bagelwich Bagel Bakery. The bakery offers 20 varieties of bagels baked fresh every day, but choosing the bagel is only the beginning. Upon each poppy seed, sesame seed, or onion bagel, the staff can slather butter or cream cheese in flavors such as strawberry or bacon and herb. Or, they can use the bagel as the basis for a sandwich—or bagelwich—, layering on premium meats including Genoa salami, pastrami, and roast beef. Of course, they can also fold fresh omelettes onto a bagel, or forgo the ring-shaped treats altogether and build submarine sandwiches, wraps, or burgers instead.
Treat yourself to a bagel from Hot Bagels and Deli of West Caldwell, and take your breakfast on-the-go.
Eat out with the little ones at this restaurant, and don't waste time scurrying for a sitter.
If time is of the essence, this restaurant's take-out option may be a better fit.
Drivers can find parking right by the restaurant, so don't forget your car keys.
Hot Bagels and Deli of West Caldwell's diners can store their bikes safely at the rack around the corner.
No matter your spread of choice, the bagels at Hot Bagels and Deli of West Caldwell are sure to be delicious. Pick some up today!
When your sweet tooth is calling, head to Di Paolo Bakery of Verona for a fresh dessert.
Can't get enough of Di Paolo Bakery of Verona's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Store your car on the street or in a nearby lot at Di Paolo Bakery of Verona.
Make use of the luxurious bike racks at Di Paolo Bakery of Verona.
Prices at Di Paolo Bakery of Verona are super affordable.
Whether you need a cake for a party or a treat for yourself, there's always a reason to try Di Paolo Bakery of Verona.
A fresh-flavored bagel spot, New York Bagel Cafe is your one-stop shop for doughy comfort.
Save time and money with nearby parking options at New York Bagel Cafe.
New York Bagel Cafe offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
Bagels are a breakfast favorite. For the fluffiest, freshest bread in the neighborhood, New York Bagel Cafe is your spot.