Aleco is a wonderful little restaurant with the motto, "our small is their medium." For 16 years, Ghanem Elkhoury…More (best known to his customers as Peter) has been serving up American and Middle Eastern sandwiches and salads. Most famous for its yummy chicken salad, the spot also has a good choice of vegetarian and vegan items. The deli also offers unique catering options.
This homey, American-style restaurant serves up classic breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Its retro lunch…More counter is a terrific place to pull up and have a cup of coffee. The eatery is family-owned and operated. It's located on Route 6, just west of the Seekonk Speedway.
Antonio's Pizza 1200 Fall River Ave, Seekonk, MA02771 Antonio's Pizza is a local Seekonk pizza parlor specializing in calzones, pizza, pasta, salads, fried dinners, seafood…More as well as hot and cold subs. It is conveniently located on Fall River Avenue. The restaurant's staff is friendly. It offers delivery, eat-in or takeout; you can call in an order to take home after shopping, or eat it there. The buffalo chicken calzone comes highly recommended.
Apna Punjab 3 Park St, Rehoboth, MA02769 Apna Punjab is an Indian restaurant which features a wide variety of traditional and contemporary dishes for lunch and…More dinner, including soups, kebabs, tandoor, rice, nans, curries, masala and more. The restaurant is available for eat-in, take-out, catering and delivery services.
Apollon Roast Beef and Pizza is located in the Cozy Mini Mart plaza on North Avenue. Family-owned and -operated…More for 8 years, Appollon is manned by Jay Soryel and his wonderful team, who specialize in delicious, freshly carved roast beef that melts in your mouth, as well as great pizzas, steak tips and many more items from the large menu. Catering, delivery and specials are available daily.
Since 1990, the Attleboro House of Pizza has been serving traditional pizza made from fresh ingredients. …More In addition, the restaurant offers a wide variety of American favorites, such as burgers, wraps and more. The Hamburger Sub is a particular favorite.
With delivery and catering available all year round, Attleboro House of Pizza welcomes you to see what makes them different from their Attleboro competition.
Audrey's Restaurant 213 Taunton Ave, Seekonk, MA02771 Audrey's Restaurant offers a unique brand of hospitality, highlighted by creative culinary expertise from Johnson &…More Wales University graduate chefs. The friendly staff consists of Johnson & Wales alumni and interns. Audrey's Restaurant is located on Route 44 and is attached to the Johnson & Wales Inn. Dinner entrees range from $18.00 to $29.00 and desserts are prepared daily by pastry chefs and international bakery and pastry students.
Babe's Place, located in the Red Rock Plaza in North Attleboro, is a wonderful diner that offers great, traditional…More diner food 24 hours a day except for Sundays.
Classic selections like the meat loaf and steak tips are a true delight, as well as lighter options like salads and wraps.
They also now offer, by request, a great breakfast menu that is available at any time of the day.
Best Pizza of Seekonk 301 Taunton Ave, Seekonk, MA02771 This is the prototypical American strip mall pizza parlor. The owners have been in business here since 1990, and they…More have sponsored softball teams and provided other support to the community. Customers will find the usual choices of pizza toppings, plus calzones, grinders, pasta, salads and even steak. Chips and cold sodas are also available, but desserts aren't sold.
Bliss Bros. Dairy 711 Park St, Attleboro, MA02703 Bliss Bros. Dairy Family Restaurant & Ice Cream Shop is an icon of Attleboro. Celebrating its 80th year on July 3,…More 2010, Bliss Bros. is part of the fabric of Attleboro. The restaurant has seating indoors and outdoors with multiple tables to enjoy a meal or ice cream. Bliss Bros. prides itself on providing a "real half gallon" of ice cream and challenges its customers to compare the packaging to the mainstream packaging found in grocery stores. Another interesting fact is that, although not labeled, many ice cream shops throughout the region buy their ice cream for resale from Bliss Bros. The company still makes all ice cream on-site, just as it did in 1930.