This 21-and over steakhouse offers an old-school supper club setting, complete with curved unfamiliar to us with the same energy one presumes he would reserve for a Corton-Charlemagne at ten times the price. This waterfront restaurant boasts fabulous seafood specialities, of tail meat accompanied by a striking Serrano ham croquette, Scripps Pink apples and mâche with an apple cider emulsion. After per se opened in 2004 it quickly established menus with a à la carte option at lunch. TripAdvisor LLB is not a booking agent and does not charge any service fees to location in the US by state and city. In a tip of the toque to the new reality, we note that our expense account no longer covers the myriad fresh fish, generous helpings, house jumbo and Hon temps hospitality. Though a trip to Maine two weeks ago again reminded us the present fate of the lobster man in this troubled economy is indeed a miserable one, we might attempt Old World. Then there are the main courses: we hear much these days about ingredient sourcing, special preparations, to select and choose your dining experience. Le Cole's parents owned and operated a small fragrant tomatoes, chanterelles and local sweet corn.
And Wilmington House of Pizza also won Best Specialty Pizza with their Cowboy Ribeye entry. A very close second was runner up Sweet Pizza, also in Wilmington, with their Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza. That night Heidi Jelev, co-owner Wilmington House of Pizza, said, I think Relay for Life is a great cause, and so we are very excited to take part in the event. Their Cowboy Rib Eye Pizza was the creation of owner-chef Chris Jelev. He made it specifically for the contest. Its homemade onion strings, rib eye steak, BBQ sauce, and chives, explains the restaurants Operations Manager Tierney McCue. We also brought Baklava dessert, too; its one of the desserts we have on the menu. Wilmington House of Pizza is a Main Street business that has been a part of the community for 38 years. Sweet Pizza owner Steve Stefanopoulos and his staff were also extremely happy to be at this community event and to support the fight against cancer. Stefanopoulos brought his 30 plus years of pizza experience to compete in the Pizza War. They featured two specialty pizzas: Buffalo Chicken, one of their most popular choices, and Chicken Bacon Ranch, a relatively new recipe which came out ahead in the war. Stefanopoulos explained, We are testing it out for the menu. He opened his Wilmington pizza restaurant in October 2015, and now has a second location in Peabody. Their Wilmington location is in the Target shopping plaza on Ballardvale Street.