Sam Pellegrino has served this community for many years and his restaurants and care for food are an extension of his passion. Very good Italian food at very good prices, the chicken parm is one of my favorites.
The mason jar is the perfect place to take your grandparents out to wonderfully slow lunch. The service was a little sub par and the kitchen serves mainly old world style quisine. The people are friendly however and they make an excellent Reuben sandwich with high quality ingredients.
Theres a reason youve never heard a bad thing about meconis, there isnt one. As far as New York style subs are concerned there is no equal that I have run across.
Good clothes, good music, good boards, good people, sometimes you cant say enough good things about a place. This is one of those places, if youre into the alternative/extreme lifestyle this is a must to checkout
Brewery City Pizza is by far my favorite local pizza haunt and as far as specialty pizzas go, they provide the best. The Chicken Cordon Bleu pizza is worth every penny and even though you'll have to log a couple extra hours in the gym that first bite makes up for it.
I recently had the rather unique opportunity to frequent this college friendly pizzeria off division on the westside of Olympia. I was plesently suprised by the level of service and friendlyness I experienced. Nothing shy of great.
My experience at Sorrento was absolutely amazing, I wish I could say so for some of the others that have frequented his establishment. My food was prepared wonderfully and even when desert came he offered to make it special since I was not to keen on a piece of 5000 calorie chocolate cake that I was sure would soon hit my portly ambiance with joy. After much deliberation I agreed to it and he said he would spice it up Italian style by dipping it into 20 year old port. Nothing shy of stupendous. The price was fair for food of this quality. I am only sorry that others have not had as wonderful a time as I.
It was near 8 when I and a few esteemed colleagues met for dinner on a cloudy near winter night. I was almost immediately in awe when my eyes caught a glimpse of the very robust menu at my finger tips. I was pleased with the food they had to offer and will definatley add this restaurant to my list of frequent trips. The atmosphere made me want to stay all night and it will you too.
You would agree with me if I told you that I am a steak man, and the Outback was happy to oblige me when they introduced the "Melbourne" a beautiful 20 oz porterhouse with enough gusto and flavor to kill a small horse. I never thought I could say no to a good steak but after the first 10 oz and a blooming onion appetizer I was ready to throw in the towel. Make sure you have plenty of room if you take this challenge upon you it isnt for the faint of heart.
In my most humble opinion the best New York style pizza outside of the north east. With classic ingrediants you'd expect and outside ingrediants fresh from local growers like artichoke hearts and asiago cheese imported from Europe each step in preparing your lunch or dinner is well calculated and sure to put a smile on your face. However if you find yourself pushing 70 this atmosphere may not be for you as it was plucked from the 80's and shares a underground charm much like the classic pheonix underground. If you feel the need for a single slice or a whole pie theyre happy to oblige.