“People always just think of me as a baker, but beyond the bakery, food has always been at the center of my family’s life,” says Valastro.
Upon arrival, the first thing we noticed was the dessert display it was hard to ignore knowing how wonderful Buddy’s desserts taste. We arrived a few minutes before our reservation, but was seated promptly. The restaurant was super busy for a Sunday evening, but the ambiance was great with beautiful live music. Complimentary bread and oil & vinegar are provided for your enjoyment while you were waiting for your entrée or appetizer to arrive. The menu is easy to read and does not have an extensive list of items, but an excellent variety of options, Drink menus are also available if you choose to order an adult beverage. Happy Hour runs daily seven days a week from 4:30 – 6:30 pm which includes $5 small bites & Select alcohol beverages are $4 Wine, Sangria, Prosecco, Domestic Beers, and Bloody Mary’s. Souvenirs glasses can be ordered in combination with a drink or purchased separately just ask your server.
Here is what we ordered:
Buddy’s Favorite Pizza served with spiced sausage, caramelized onions, fennel, four cheese. Hands down greatness!
Mediterranean Sea Bass prepared with cured lemon, arugula salad, and pine nuts. King Thrifty enjoyed his entree he was silent after every fork full which ended with a smile.
Spaghetti Central with Meatballs (veal, beef & pork, Pomodoro) a traditional Italian style spaghetti entrée served with five nice size meatballs and a delicious sauce. This dish reminded me of home I loved I enjoyed it umm hmm goodness.