Some of you might not have been around back in ’07. As for the rest of us, we oldies might just need a refresher course. As such, here are a few not-to-be-forgotten eateries we think you should put (back) on your eating-out list, for your pleasure. Never underestimate the power of YHO archives!
The Atlantic: We started with a hummus and pita appetizer; tasty and only about $3. We then moved on to the Greek Combo Plate ($9.99, and comes with a skewer, gyro, greek salad, pita and Dolma grape leaves with rice—yes, all of that) and Tortellini with alfredo and chicken (also $9.99). Read the entire post here.
Caffe Niche: Caffe Niche serves espresso, coffee, breakfast and lunch. We tried a daily special, the “PLT”: Pancetta with Balsamic roasted tomatoes, arugula and lemon mayonnaise served on ciabatta bread, and the Bologna Panini ($6.50): Italian Moradelia and fresh goat cheese drizzled with Aceto Balsamico. We’re happy to recommend either. You’ll also see daily quiches and soups (Baked Potato and Leek, Roasted Carrot and Chicken Lime Orzo). Read the entire post here.
Cucina Deli: Build your own deli-style sandwiches with mesquite turkey, corned beef, mozzarella, kaiser roll, ciabatta, olive bread, and “drizzles” like garlic-artichoke aioli, balsamic vinagrette and cranberry mayonnaise. Yum. Also keep your eye out for specialty foods (read: chocolates) from Italy as well as cakes, tarts and other fun pastries. Read the entire post here.
And to think you were out of lunch ideas….