There are plenty of things to love about this Ukrainian Village
eatery, and it all starts with the sandwiches.
Choices are in abundance with everything from vegetarian selections, like the eggplant parmesan and the caprese to carnivorous concoctions like the hearty meatball and roasted turkey. To top it off, they're all made-to-order and cost just $3.50 a pop. Filichia's calzones are another favorite and include fillings like spinach and feta, mushrooms and pepperoni. If you're looking for something lighter, try one of the kitchen's salads or soups (we recommend the pasta fagioli with beans ham, pasta and broth).
Aside from its homemade goods, the shop offers an eclectic variety of imported foodstuffs like the Pennsylvania-based Utz potato chips, along with local products like Fliberts sodas.
The space itself is small with a few scattered checkered-draped tables, but the huge storefront windows make for plenty of natural lighting.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Stacy Warden