Who’s hungry??? If you’re craving for meat, grab one of our crowd favorites- the Bandeja Paisa. The Bandeja Paisa comes with a tender grilled steak, chicharron, fried egg, sliced avocado, sweet plantains with a side of rice and beans. We also have a smaller size option if you’re not as hungry but still have those cravings. 🥩🥩🥩 Order online or by telephone for delivery or pick up.
Regular spaghetti getting boring? Try it baked instead!
The Baked Spaghetti is covered with a layer of mozzarella and put through the oven to create a gooey, cheesy blanket of deliciousness.
(seen here with a meatball added and the garlic bread upgraded to cheese bread because #givemeallthecheese )
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I posted about Rogue Island's huevos rancheros on their brunch menu AGES ago, what now seems like prehistoric times. I had such an amazing time there (pre-covid obviously) and want to tell you about two of their other amazing menu items and dranks.
T$ ordered the breakfast BLT which was amazing. The bread was thic and toasted to provide a nice crunch. They were not skimpy on the eggs which were nice and fluffy. The tots that come on the side were were fantastic. I wish there were more of them.
The real star of the show were the fucking pretzel bites. Holy shit. They are like a cross between pretzel bites and garlic knots, I kid you not. Best pretzel bites I've ever had in my LIFE. The mustard dipping sauce was incredible. I'd take 10 vats to go and drive down to Providence from central mass for those bad boys. Do not go here and not order the fucking pretzel bites.
The drink menu has a bunch of tasty options. I ordered a tropical rum drink that was really good and Tinasaurus ordered a similarly themed tequila beverage. In addition, they have a myriad of beers both on tap and in the other forms beers come in. I noticed after placing my drink order that some other tables had bottomless mimosas. It's for the best.
They're open for patio seating with some very intense measures in place to keep everyone safe!
7 1838 minutes ago
Today’s Line up! Authentic,Handstacked 🇬🇷 Yeeros
Beef/Lamb, Chicken, Pork, and Spicy Pork. Enjoy 😊
The ones that like their drinks lined with chamoy & those that prefer salt 🌱 either way, we aren't judging, we will serve up your margs however you want 'em. Come by and enjoy happy hour - all 👏 day 👏 long 🥳
On the left is is our 🥭 and on the right is our 🍑 marg.
We are open for dine in, take out - ubereats, doordash, grubhub - delivery (link in our bio), and curbside.
Hi everyone, due to the new orders from Governor Newsom, we will close our indoor areas until further notice (He mentioned for at least 3 weeks). However, our patios are OPEN and we have available curbside pick up and the delivery apps 🚗 We are taking all the healthy and safety measures for our customers, staff, and community.⠀
Much love, Eat Chow ❤️
Treat yourself this Sunday with a pizza or three from us at #ItalianoInMonti 👌 We’re open from 5pm - see full menu in previous posts and stories
12 14231 May, 2020
Imagine hearing from a customer, “This is the thing I look forward to when I get off work. “
Aaron Vogel, co-owner of @districtdonuts in New Orleans, was humbled to hear these words.
“In these moments you realize how valuable what we do is. Being able to provide a person some sense of comfort and warmth through a cup of coffee or a biscuit sandwich. Normally we take that for granted.”
COVID is still with us, and restaurants are re-closing and reopening as fast as a game of a pinball these days. Despite local orders, despite employees testing positive, despite the uncertainties of the industry overall, one thing is certain: food is the ultimate source of comfort.
So just like this gorgeous pastry from @bisousbisouspatisserie, how can YOU provide comfort, joy and even a sense of normalcy for your customers?
13 29528 June, 2020
Italian importer and longtime client, Dalla Terra, recently made a donation of just over $20,000 USD to the Independent Restaurant Coalition— an organization fighting to protect the jobs and income of millions of American restaurant workers. What we're most touched by is the coming together of these incredible Italian family-owned producers, who each donated 3% of their sales on selected wines throughout April & May. More on this generous gesture made by the Dalla Terra family and how you can get involved with the cause on the @dallaterrawinerydirect IG page⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Photo: Brian Larky, Founder of Dalla Terra— one of our favorite people!