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Woodland Park Restaurants
Woodland Park Restaurants
Open since 1991, Imperial 46 Restaurant is family owned and every dish that leaves the kitchen comes from the owner's family recipe book. Imperial 46 Restaurant is a great place to get hibachi, sushi or traditional Chinese dishes so that there is something delicious for everyone.
For three decades, Imperial 46 Restaurant has only used farm fresh ingredients. The staff takes pride in the wonderful quality of every meal that leaves the kitchen. The venue is very good for large family groups, business dinners and dates. The ambiance is relaxing but clean and elegant. There are plenty of large tables for big groups.More
Casa Rosa Italian Restaurant located in Paterson serves delicious authentic Italian cuisine. Start with tempting cold or hot appetizers, and then add salad and pasta, which is included in every entrée. The half-loaf Italian bread or garlic bread complements your meal.
Casa Rosa Italian Restaurant serves veal and chicken parmigiana, marsala and francese, along with seafood options from its menu. The house specialty is the chicken and shrimp Casa Rosa that is prepared with prosciutto, scallions and mushrooms in a brown wine sauce. Everybody's favorite, brick oven pizzas are popular with a large variety of toppings. Pasta with a creamy vodka sauce is another popular item. For a smaller appetite, sandwiches, wraps and burgers are available as well at Casa Rosa Italian Restaurant.More
Charlie Brown�s Steakhouse in Clifton, New Jersey is a fresh grill experience that has enjoyed a 50-year history of providing something for everyone. The lunch time ultimate unlimited farmer�s market salad bar is a popular workday choice with the option to add the signature cheeseburger for just $1.
It isn�t just about salads at Charlie Brown�s Steakhouse, however. Being a fresh grill means you have to have some grilled stuff too, obviously. With the slow-roasted prime rib and butcher-cut steaks, that desire is well met too, and most menu items include the salad bar or you can add it for a low cost. What it comes down to is that there absolutely no way to leave Charlie Brown�s Steakhouse still hungry, so grab the family and go on down for a filling and satisfying meal.More
Lorenzo's Italian Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through Saturday, and for dinner on Sundays. An authentic Italian meal starts with antipasti and the Zuppa De Mussels is an excellent choice, if you love mussels sautŽed in garlic and swimming in plum tomato sauce. There is always a different soup of the day, and salad options, such as escarole and beans that keeps things light with its tomato broth dressing. You can fully celebrate the ItaliansÕ love of pasta at Lorenzo's Italian Restaurant with delicacies like the rigatoni con vodka that contains peas and mushrooms in a creamy sauce spiked with vodka.
If you are looking for hearty fare, then pork chops are a specialty at Lorenzo's Italian Restaurant. For a light supper, you can simply order from a variety of sandwiches, wraps and burgers.More
Bogey�s Sports Pub in Clifton, New Jersey is a popular spot with the locals. People like to get together at the eatery so they can enjoy one another�s company, grab a bite to eat and have a drink. It has been in business since 1998 and it has been going strong ever since.
Some of the food you might want to try at Bogey�s Sports Pub include the fried calamari, steamed clams, onion rings, Black Angus sirloin, shrimp scampi, burgers and the sausage and peppers with onions. Bogey�s Sports Pub has a kids� menu too. It features items such as grilled cheese and chicken fingers.More
Alexus Steakhouse & Tavern has been voted as Clifton’s best steakhouse, and no wonder with its huge 24-ounce Delmonico steak, not to mention the half pound burgers and the rest of the menu. The steaks are hand cut from grain fed certified Angus beef for ultimate flavor.
More than just a steakhouse, Alexus Steakhouse & Tavern is the place to go for fun as well with hosted events most every day. The menu is broad enough to match any craving, with a few notable house specialties including cremini dusted scallops and BBQ pork ribs. Alexus Steakhouse & Tavern is open for lunch and dinner with late night hours.More
Reservations are a necessity on a Fri or Sat evening. We were immediately seated. Appetizers looked very tempting but we know the portions are good size so, to our loss, we skipped the appetizers. The Mediterranean salad was a pleasant surprise with canned pears, cranberries, and mandarin orange slices. I had a veal dish with artichoke hearts in a light tomato sauce. There could have been more sliced artichoke hearts. It came with a few small red potatoes and nicely cooked asparagus spears. I would have preferred a little pasta to the potatoes. My wife had a shrimp and linguini topped with some arugula. The three shrimp were large and the macaroni properly cooked. We were full but went for the tartuffo anyway. Creamy ice cream and lots of chocolate sauce topped off a near perfect meal. I had a Ruffino Chianti that was delicious. The waitress was most pleasant. But, we did not come there for the food. The duo Alan and Eve were performing. We have been following them for about 6 years. They sing karaoke style, and know hundreds of songs. They take requests. We think they sound like some of the people that sang the songs originally. Eve sang "Believe" by Cher and sounded like Cher. Alan sang a few Sinatra songs and sounded like Frankie. They have a faithful following. At least 17 diners (out of about 30, the restaurant seats only about 50) were there to hear them and dance to their music. And some of these dancers could be performing on "Dancing With the Stars". They were that good! And they are friendly, meaning you can start a conversation with these total strangers and be treated like old friends. All in all, go dine at Castalia for a delicious meal. If you go when Alan and Eve are performing it is a special bonus and expect to be three times entertained, once by the meal, twice by Alan And Eve and third by the other dancers. Prices are average and expect to pay about $125. per couple including drinks, meal, salad, a shared dessert, coffee, tax and tip. MoreOpenTable Diner -
La Carbonera serves family-style Columbian meals in comfortable surrounds. Guests can visit for a filling breakfast, business lunch, or bring the entire family for a casual meal filled with fresh flavor and interesting dishes. With an extensive menu of items that are cooked over charcoal and made to order, the restaurant provides diners with authentic recipes that are sure to satisfy any craving.
The menu at La Carbonera features corn with your choice of chicken breast, striped meat or chicken, lung, pork chop and pork loin. The dish is also available with higado encebollado and liver with onions. There are plenty of beef choices, along with rotisserie chicken. Appetizers at La Carbonera include empanadas, chorizo con arepa and salchipapa. Stop in for breakfast and enjoy arepa con queso, calentado, arepa con carne asada and more. Make sure to try the lomo saltado and bandeja paisa.More
Toros Restaurant gets its name from the Toros Mountains, the western-most portion of the Himalayas, much of which resides in Turkey. This part of the world is also known for its unique cuisine, due to the equally unique topography.
At Toros Restaurant, you can sample this type of exotic fare in Woodland Park, New Jersey. The menu involves a lot of seafood, dairy, grilled meats, grains and vegetables from the Mediterranean and Far East. Examples of the food at Toros Restaurant include charcoal-grilled eggplant tossed in garlic, stuffed grape leaves, cold cucumber soup, Turkish-style beef ravioli in yogurt sauce and, of course, hummus.More