Eat and Drink Caviar offers secret menu items from NYC restaurants By amNY.com staff Updated September 15, 2016 11:56 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Food delivery service Caviar is serving up secret menu items from top restaurants around New York City. Speedy Romeo, Butter & Scotch, Quality Eats and other NYC eateries will offer unique dishes exclusively through Caviar, starting Thursday. Take a look at 10 mouthwatering offerings below. Emily's #EmmyEats Photo Credit: Caviar The Clinton Hill pizzeria's appropriately named #EmmyEats, at $22, is topped with vodka sauce, banana peppers, onions and ranch drizzled in the shape of a hashtag. Butter & Scotch's Chocolate Peanut Butter Bomb Photo Credit: Caviar Crown Heights bakery Butter & Scotch is offering a $12 Chocolate Peanut Butter Bomb -- chocolate cake, peanut butter mousse, whipped cream, sea salt and bits of toffee -- to sate your sweet tooth. Otto's Crispy Short Rib Taco Photo Credit: Caviar Otto's in the West Village is offering $4 fried short rib tacos with a kick: they feature spicy, sweet and sour sauce, spicy mayo and sriracha. Chikarashi's Aburi Otoro Photo Credit: Caviar Chikarashi in SoHo is serving up this $24.99 poké bowl with bluefin tuna belly and served on rice, greens or both. Kings County Imperial's Chinese Hanging Pork Rib Dinner Photo Credit: Caviar This $50 Chinese dinner from Kings County Imperial in Williamsburg serves between two and four people, featuring 12 pork ribs, Szechuan cucumber salad, cold sesame noodles and soup. Speedy Romeo's Pizza Muffuletta Sandwich Photo Credit: Caviar This $16 sandwich features house-made mozzarella, provel cheese, grilled mortadella, hot and sweet sopressata, finocchiona, green olive celery giardiniera and pickled chilis. It's available from the Lower East Side and Clinton Hill locations. Quality Eats' Monkey Bread Bacon PBJ Sandwich Photo Credit: Caviar This $18 sandwich from Quality Eats in the West Village features bacon, peanut butter, and jalapeño jelly on monkey bread. Emmett's The Cheese Louise Photo Credit: Caviar This pie from Emmett's in SoHo features a carmelized cheese crust. It costs $13, but you can add on toppings like bacon, hot sopressata, pineapple and arugula for between $2 and $4 each. Baohaus' Panda Fries Photo Credit: Caviar The fries from this East Village spot are topped with minced pork and spices and cost $7.55. Bruno's Sicilian Square Pizza Photo Credit: Caviar Bite into this $13 pie, topped with ricotta, broccoli spigarello, cauliflower sauce, Parmesan and chili, from Bruno's in the East Village. By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.