Salvatore “Toti” Granata was born in Catania, Italy, the second-largest city in Sicily. The city was a hotbed of the Mediterranean culinary tradition and was the source of a life-long passion for cooking. He went on to study at the Scuola Italian Pizzaioli in Venice, collaborating with world Pizza Champion Chef Graziano Bertuzzo.

Insalata di Polpo alla Gallurese (1)

Zona Blu is a taste above your traditional Italian restaurant. It specializes in cuisine native to the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, designated by National Geographic as one of the world’s five Blue Zones, where people often live to be more than 100 years old. That longevity is attributed to the region’s food/wine, lifestyle, family values and social activity. At Zona Blu, diners can get a true taste of Sardinia’s cuisine and culture.

box of assorted donuts

Start your day the Dunkin’ way. The menu features a giant selection of coffee drinks and great-tasting items that will get you going and keep you running throughout your busy day.

Uncooked prime steak

As soon as you walk into Baires Grill you become more at ease. The restaurant has an elegant, yet casual ambiance that will put anyone in a state of comfort. The Argentinean Steak House offers seating inside and out with a beautiful bar.

Coffee mug at the end of a long counter

Weston Diner offers good home-style cooking at an affordable price. The popular restaurant serves hearty breakfast cuisine as well as a mixture of classic American dishes, seafood specialties and Latin-inspired entrees.