During the hottest months of the year, cooking just makes you hotter. But there’s no better time to visit your favorite Italian restaurant in NJ than the hot summer months! Keep reading to see what you’re missing and how a visit to your favorite restaurant can keep you cooler this summer.
Enjoy Your Favorite Family Food From Iachetti’s All Summer
Do you love a warm bowl of pasta? Comfort food tastes great at any time of the year, but cooking it all day can be a hassle. Instead, why not visit your favorite local family restaurant and let them do the cooking? You can sit and relax in the air conditioning while our team of chefs and cooks prepare prime rib with smashed potatoes, fried chicken, pasta pomodoro, or blackened chicken and peppers. Even better? No cleanup when you dine out in NJ!
Cool Down With A Deluxe Cold Salad
If the heat is really getting under your skin, try a cold salad from NJ’s best restaurants. Skip that dull, bagged salad you bought at the grocery store and come to our cool, comfortable restaurant for a wedge salad topped with bleu cheese, tomatoes, and bacon ranch, or dress up your mixed greens with chicken, quinoa, feta, cucumber, and lemon buttermilk dressing. For a sweet, savory delight, our roasted beet and goat cheese salad, served with a sweet onion vinaigrette, is the perfect way to capture those delightful summer flavors.
Chill Out With Brunch At Your Local Italian Restaurant
Brunch isn’t the warmest part of the day, but when you brunch at your local Italian restaurant, it might be the coolest! Be contrary and order a hot bowl of soup, let our kitchen warm up that avocado toast, or dig into a “big plate” of Halloumi cheese and greens, filled with butter beans, roasted peppers, toasted chickpeas, and balsamic vinaigrette. We’re BYOB, so make sure to bring your favorite beverage along for table service.
You can’t beat the heat in NJ, but you can escape it when you visit your favorite Italian restaurant in New Jersey. For a cool escape from this heat wave, visit Iachetti’s brick oven kitchen in Glen Rock today!