A winning combination of deli, café, and gourmet market, this family-owned and -operated "gathering place" offers a daily menu of ready-to-eat soups, salads, and imaginative sandwiches, as well as a broad assortment of carryout and heat-and-eat options.
Chef Heather Haviland scours the state in search of farm-fresh eggs, seasonal produce and eco-conscious meats for her killer weekend brunches. Think sweet corn waffles with strawberry-rhubarb compote, cheddar-scallion scones topped with scrambled eggs and sausage gravy, and delectable pastries.
The last of the Buckeye Road Hungarians pull baked goods, such as apple strudel, chocolate szerbo and pogacsa, right out of the oven. Gourmet magazine gave Lucy’s its “piece” prize, and baker Michael Feigenbaum has promised to serve no Key Lime before its time.
Prestis is bright, contemporary, and inviting, and, with two walls of tall windows, it offers some of the best people-watching in Little Italy. Fresh foods include bruschetta, stromboli, pepperoni bread, and frittatas, as well as sweets like cannoli, pignoli, biscotti, and strudel. After your meal, pick up a loaf of warm Italian bread to take home.
Stan's son, Dave Srodek, still makes everything from scratch, using his dad's 100-year-old recipes for his Polish specialties. Holiday stollen, kuchen, and sweet breads; marshmallow-cream-filled lady locks; and more than a dozen varieties of fat, flavorful, handmade pierogi (including apple, prune, and seasonal meats) are among Dave's claims to fame. Deli sandwiches, doughnuts, and cookies are also available. Carryout only.
This good-looking cafe and bakery offers lots of noshing options, from coffee and a pastry to homemade soups, salads and creatively assembled sandwiches. Before you leave, be sure to stock up on the hearth-baked, artisanal breads.
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