New Port Richey East residents live in close proximity to multiple eateries and nightspots, with many popular establishments located on Main Street. When locals want a hearty breakfast, they often take a short trip to Main Street and dine at Christina's, a casual restaurant with a cozy outdoor seating and a vast menu of breakfast and lunch items. Regulars rave over the Greek omelette, a fluffy delight filled with feta cheese, juicy green peppers, tomatoes and onions; it's served with a choice of home fries or homemade grits.
Famous Sal's Pizza has dine-in, carry-out and delivery options for its huge, unique pies. Pile on mounds of meatballs as part of a meat lover's pizza, or try the stuffed pizza with steak, onions, peppers and mushrooms for a taste similar to a Philly cheesesteak. If you don't want pizza, the place serves burgers, stromboli, hoagies, pasta and other sandwiches.
If you have a taste for a light vegetarian meal or fresh poultry, stop in to Seven Springs
Souvlaki, a popular Greek restaurant on Seven Springs Road specializing in vegetarian dishes and farm-to-table meat and chicken options. Local vegetarians recommend the spinach pie, a light and flaky combination of filo dough, spinach, authentic Greek herbs and feta cheese. Leave room for dessert, as the baklava cheesecake might just change your life.
For an entertaining afternoon or evening of football and drinks with friends, locals recommend 1st Down Sports Bar on Main Street. With 13 televisions for your viewing pleasure, dart tournaments and bloody mary specials on Sunday, 1st Down provides the perfect environment for serious sports enthusiasts.
If you're looking for a great place to socialize and dance the night away, Cocktails on Grand Boulevard can definitely help you kick up your heels. From Dubster Voltage Tuesday dance nights and Wednesday night karaoke to live music every Friday night, Cocktails has something for every type of fun-seeking individual.