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  • Brunch and lunch dishes including French toast, Belgian waffles and their famous eggs Benedict.
  • Quality coffee and espresso drinks, gourmet sandwiches and fresh-baked pastries.
    For more than 20 years, Okura has been the go-to place for Japanese food, and, for the most part, the restaurant has stuck to its traditional roots. The adventurous can try broiled eel dinner, while trendsetters can toss back takoyaki (battered diced octopus balls), a popular Japanese snack. Photo by Joe Del Tufo Related: 6 Local Read more...
  • DiFebo’s, a family owned restaurant, serves homemade dishes to satisfy your craving for authentic Italian cuisine. Menu highlights include gnocchi, penne Pomodoro, homemade traditional cheese ravioli and more. If you’re looking for dishes that could rival your Nona’s, give DiFebo’s a try.
  • DiFebo’s, a family owned restaurant, serves homemade dishes to satisfy your craving for authentic Italian cuisine. Menu highlights include gnocchi, penne Pomodoro, homemade traditional cheese ravioli and more. If you’re looking for dishes that could rival your Nona’s, give DiFebo’s a try.
  • One thing that qualifies the excellent Piccolina Toscana as a “neighborhood” place is the Sunday buffet. Another is the convivial bar. The clincher is authentic Italian food like salt-cod croquettes with horseradish aioli, and fried olives stuffed with sun-dried tomatoes and Gorgonzola.
  • The popular eatery—known for its signature rib-eye sandwich with melted American and provolone cheeses—has three convenient locations. Claymont Steak Shop owner Demi Kollias takes casual dining to the next level with her notorious grit, killer customer service and precise dedication.
  • The popular eatery—known for its signature rib-eye sandwich with melted American and provolone cheeses—has three convenient locations. Claymont Steak Shop owner Demi Kollias takes casual dining to the next level with her notorious grit, killer customer service and precise dedication.
  • The popular eatery—known for its signature rib-eye sandwich with melted American and provolone cheeses—has three convenient locations. Claymont Steak Shop owner Demi Kollias takes casual dining to the next level with her notorious grit, killer customer service and precise dedication.
    The focus of Le Cavalier (meaning “the horseman”) is contemporary French brasserie dishes with inspiration from the current dining scenes in France and North Africa, as well as New Orleans. Le Cavalier’s menu features staple French dishes like onion soup and steak frites—but with a hint of African spice.