Made-to-order frittatas include fresh ingredients like caramelized onion, prosciutto de Parma and gruyere.
Crepes — both sweet and savory — are sold throughout the day.
Dorothy Lane makes Naples-style pizzas at two of its stores. The retailer hopes to install a pizza oven at its third store this year.
The pizzas cook for 90 seconds to two minutes. At the end of the process, the pizza maker lifts the pie to the top of the oven for three to four seconds to caramelize the toppings.
The kid’s lunchbox contains a sandwich, an apple, string cheese, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers and raisins, all for $3.99.
Dorothy Lane offers dozens of specialty sandwiches like the Little Ed’s Big Reuben, which includes corned beef, sauerkraut, Emmenthal cheese and scratch-made Russian dressing on rye bread from the bakery.