This beach-styled place may look like a bar, but offers much more. Their Billy's Steam Party (enough for two) is filled with steamed shrimp, oysters, clams, crab legs, potatoes and corn on the cob. Serves food late.
Serves both excellent "real" and Americanized Chinese food with a wonderful dim sum assortment and a functional ambience.
A menu to please everyone with steak, seafood, pasta, pizza, burgers, even gumbo and corn chowder.
Authentic Italian comfort favorites and original entrees in a classy but casual atmosphere.
An array of Persian delights: tender charbroiled kabobs, polo and khoresht dishes, all reasonably priced. Building is not much to look at from the outside, but the interior is welcoming.
Warmth and hospitality radiate throughout this traditional Japanese cuisine oasis. In addition to sparkling fresh sushi, there's yakimono, teriyaki, tempura and udon, too.
Since 1954, The Penguin has been one of America's most legendary Drive-In Restaurants. The menu features classic
burgers, sandwiches, salads, grilled hot dogs, sundaes and famous Penguin Fried Pickles.
Small, bare bones restaurant serving flavorful Ethiopian food.
Cool place to enjoy handcrafted cocktails and small bites.
Worthy of note is the three-hour slow-cooked meat sauce and the spicy spaghetti arribbiatta. The oddity (speaking as a former resident of the Manhattan area) is the open flame thin-crust grilled pizza. But, no worries. They serve regular pliable crust pizzas, too.
16 total results