Steve Wilkinson opened his first Steve's Place Pizza on 1978-02-22 in Davis. It has grown to eight regional restaurants, including one in Woodland. For its 2006 sales volume, Steve's was listed by Pizza Today as the 16th most successful independent Pizzeria in the country. Steve's makes a decent pizza in mini (8"), small (10"), medium (12"), and family (16") sizes. They also have pasta, hamburgers, sandwiches, soup, and a salad bar (single trip). They have good lunch specials and seating that can accommodate large groups. There is also a small video game area. Since 2008 Steve's now offers gluten free pizza crust! They offer a 10% AAA discount, a 10% student discount, or a %10 senior citizen discount.
Mario The Baker Restaurant
Since 1969 the name Mario The Baker has been synonymous with phrases such as "The best pizza in the world", "They have been coming here since high school", "Not even a fire could slow people's cravings for Mario The Baker's pizza and garlic rolls". The secret is consistency in the quality of the product, service and reasonable prices. The cornerstone of the Mario The Baker business philosophy is to bring to the very profitable business a well-designed operation, providing good food/service, clean surroundings and a family environment at reasonable prices for people on the go.
Captain Jim's Seafood Market & Restaurant
Don't confuse Jim Hanson, fisherman and restaurateur, with the similarly named Muppet-maker. The only things Captain Hanson stuffs are the holds on his boats, with all manner of sea-flesh that he purveys to the top restaurants in town. Years ago, he put a couple of tables and chairs in his retail outlet and began dishing up smoked fish dip and fried clams for his customers to munch while they selected their grouper, snapper or dolphin. Today the full-service restaurant, adjacent to the market, is a huge draw for those looking for his signature crab salad and crab cakes, and Key West shrimp cocktail at rock-bottom prices. Atmospherically, the always-busy place is beyond casual (think plastic cutlery and rolls of paper towels)---a real local's spot. In addition there are entrées that go from simple (fried grouper sandwich) to sophisticated (grilled salmon over spinach). There's also a kid's menu, a handful of meal-framing salads and desserts, and a modest beer and wine list.
Tokyo Bowl is one of the top restaurants in North Miami, Florida. Read the reviews of some people who have experienced and taste the specialty of Tokyo Bowl.
good sushi good price: I found this place while driving for work and i stopped in do grab lunch the menu is limited but everything on it is good I've been back there several times and I always get good sushi for a lot less than other places that have the exact same dish
Great Value in Sushi and Service: I love Tokyo Bowl and make the trip up as often as possible (from SW Miami). Service is second to none, very friendly, good sushi and plenty of it, at a very reasonable price. Nothing not to like.
Good Salad: Lousy Sushi: Great seaweed salad. That's about the only good thing I can say. The sushi is TINY and not as fresh as it could be; not old, but could be fresher. The breading on the fried dishes was definitely not panko. It tasted like plain breading, with way.
That’s why they’ve insisted on the finest seafood the sea has to offer since they opened their first restaurant in 1968. Since then, lots of things have changed. But one thing hasn’t – their relentless pursuit of quality and, above all, freshness. Each day, you’ll find an updated selection of fresh fish on their Today’s Fresh Fish menu, not to mention live Maine lobster, freshly baked Cheddar Bay Biscuits™, crisp salads and a host of fresh seafood recipes waiting to be explored. They hold themselves to the highest standards for service, quality and a welcoming atmosphere. And they’re focused on doing what’s right – for their employees, in communities and in the world.