56 Glenwood Avenue
They invented the Spiedie, one of the greater bar foods known to man. Chunks of meat, marinated, skewered, broiled and served on a thick slab of white bread. Grab the bread, folding it around the meat, pull out the skewer, and eat it down chased by a glass of Genny.
A bunch of good eating here. I followed the Spiedie with a plate of holupki (stuffed cabbage) and pierogies. And a glass of Genny.
They're also kind of famous for their steamed clams.