Brewers Row 1 It seemed like a funny fluke when two breweries opened on the same street, but now it’s home to four—Moody Ales, Parkside, Yellow Dog and Twin Sails—making this stretch a sudsy destination for lovers of carefully crafted brews and cheerful tasting rooms.
Original’s Restaurante Mexicano 2 If it looks like you’re heading into someone’s house, you’ve probably found Original’s Restaurante Mexicano, where locals can be transported to sunnier climes through tasty tostadas, burritos, enchiladas, ceviche and more. You’ll also find their food truck wisely perched outside the Parkside or Yellow Dog breweries every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Spacca Napoli 3 For locals it was a slice of heaven when chef Marco Cresciullo, co-owner Davide Di Giovanni, and brothers Danny and Paolo Pero—all with true Neapolitan roots—opened an authentic, woodfired Italian pizzeria. Cresciullo focuses on quality ingredients, but the real secret is the slow-rising rustic crust, made from a recipe handed down for generations.
Rocky Point Ice Cream Now in their 21st year, Rocky Point went from a tiny summer kiosk to a year-round hot spot for all sorts of frozen goodness: milkshakes, sundaes, mini-ice cream cakes and bliss-producing double scoops, to name a few. Ninety percent of the ingredients are local, and the community-minded owners support a host of local causes, too.