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Don’t miss this pub's prime-rib nights. Veggie lasagna and a Dutch burger with Gouda cheese are also specialties.
The long lines are a testament to the eternal popularity of this breakfast-and-lunch spot. Try the Zydeco breakfast — two eggs any style, black beans, corn muffins and andouille sausage.
This family-style restaurant serves up delicacies from America, Italy and Greece. Try the chicken souvlaki or the gyros. Creemee stand in the summer.
Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge
Choose from hand-tossed New York-style pizzas as well as pasta, salads and entrées. A spinach, basil, tomato, garlic and onion pie is called the Treehugger.
This rustic restaurant serves Italian and French comfort food, including braised meats and pasta dishes. Grab a seat at the bar for a meal and carefully chosen wines until late.
This neighborhood restaurant is hipper than most with brick walls and metal sculpture to elevate rosemary lamb meatloaf, adobo pork turnovers and flatbreads.
At breakfast, choose from seven kinds of eggs Benedict, blueberry pancakes or corned beef hash. Hearty sandwiches reign at lunch — such as the Philly cheesesteak with shaved ribeye steak. Try the homemade pie.
This low-key, homey restaurant features photos of the owner's Italian grandparents. The calzones are crowd pleasers.
At this funky, 20-seat eatery, you can order up a “Beast” made with roast beef, pepperoni and sharp cheddar, or sample a cheesesteak with sweet-potato fries.
Locals grab thin-crust pies as well as subs at this tiny take-out pizzeria.
This pizzeria has all the staples, plus daily gourmet specials at lunch. Look for breakfast pastries and espresso drinks — or pick up some craft beer to take home.
This intimate, chef-owned restaurant offers prix-fixe meals through the week — but the boneless rack of lamb wrapped in puff pastry is always on the menu.
Authentic Italian dishes, such as gnocchi, braciole and wedding soup, reign at this airy ristorante. The chef's family recipes pepper the menu. No lunch on Monday.
In the back, a blazing oven blisters thin-crust, Neopolitan-style pies topped with San Marzano tomatoes, housemade mozzarella and local veggies and meats; up front, craft cocktails feed a lively scene.
This pizzeria and deli is famous for homemade sub rolls, as well as stone-baked pizza, calzones and sandwiches. Limited delivery.
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