All-Day Breakfast

But it’s not just fast food: all-day breakfast is advantageous for fancier restaurants too. “Food costs (eggs, flour, milk) are very low and satisfaction level is high,” Thorn says, though he notes that restaurants doing all-day breakfast will benefit from a liquor license. “People like mimosas and bloody Marys with breakfast.”

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Baked pizza

Order pizza online for fast delivery or carryout from a store near you. View our full menu, see nutritional information, find store locations, and more.

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Braised Leeks with Mozzarella

When it was tweeted that the dish was coming off the menu (the small, sweet leeks Badman sources were going out of season), a crowd of 40 people showed up that last night “for their eggy, gooey situation,” says GM Pavle Milic. (Good news: The gratin came back on the menu in November.)

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Woman drinking wine

New York’s Finger Lakes region is capable of producing Rieslings worthy of being poured side by side with the best ofGermany and Austria. It’s powerful and sleek, with white peach and citrus notes and a lingering finish.

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Grilled meat

Italian-American prix fixe dinner menu. For instance, their ducks come from Long Island, New York. “We think it’s funny to say ‘island duck’; it sounds exotic,” . The succulent bird has a pungent, sweet mulberry-and-mustard-oil glaze that’s reminiscent.

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Formal table setting

Old bungalow into a minimalist restaurant and brought refined, very modern cooking to Salt Lake City. The $49 three-course menu might include excellent anise-spiced elk, but the best dish is one of the amuse bouches: a sliver of scallop sashimi with lightly sweet Meyer lemon confit, crunchy toasted buckwheat kernels and—pushing it over the top—tiny… Continue reading Formal table setting

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Chef holding cup

He launched Smoke late last year, hanging elementary-school pictures of the staff on what he calls the “grandma wall” and building a backyard smoke house: a concrete shack with a 1905 Franklin cast-iron stove bought on Craigslist for $250. He slowly smokes cured pork jowl over pecan wood and serves thin slices of the luscious… Continue reading Chef holding cup

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