Located near the campus of Manchester Community College, Nulli’s Italia is a large, Family owned and operated Italian restaurant. Very popular with families, Nulli’s offers great Pizza, Salads, Pastas and Veal, Chicken and Seafood dishes.
In Naples, Ice Cream Theater with late morning shows can be a fine present for your children. Foods include hamburgers, pizzas, ice cream sundaes and hotdogs.
The menu of the specialty Sandwich Co. features more than 50 incredible sandwiches ranging from traditional Italian subs to specialty sandwiches with scallops, hot pastrami, and traditional deli meats.
The cleanly, dinner around me room in the restaurant doesn’t focus on extravagant decor. They are more concerned with the reason you came in the first place – for the food. When you first walk through the door, most of the time you’ll be greeted by the owner, who stands behind the counter, ringing up orders and overseeing the kitchen. His broken Italian accent makes you feeling like you are really in Italy. So does the rest of the staff, many who came straight from Italy, and the meals, whose recipes originate in Italy.
No. 2: Highlight of the Sugar Shack (best casual restaurant on Tybee Island or Savannah) menu: For lunch, they have 5 ounce and 10 ounce hamburgers and a full line of sandwiches and subs. Their daily lunch specials are available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday and include a 5 ounce “real burger,” fries and medium tea.
Vista Village is something of a nontraditional mall with a Rite Aid as it’s major anchor tenant and wide assortment of locally owned specialty shops and small eateries. The Lee’s candy shop is located here, along with Vista Book Gallery, Workman’s Outfitters, Idaho Camera, and Reilly’s Christian book Store. You can check out the rest of the merchants here. Vista Village is on a direct bus line, plus offers plenty of free parking.
There are a number of drawbacks, however. Firstly, during peak dinner times, the wait for a table can be excrutiatingly long (think one to two hours). On weekend nights while the college is in session, the bar can be completely inaccessible. This is due both to the proximity to the college and to the small size of the bar. Other bars close to the college, such as the Flying Bull Saloon and the Blue Parrot Bistro, don’t have this problem as much due to their size and efficiency.
Why not try the out of this world dining and enjoy a lunch with an astronaut? The Kennedy Space Center is open from 9:00 am til dusk. For adults, lunch with astronauts amounts to .99, youngsters ages 3 to 11 will have to pay .99.