A typical trip to Casola's goes something like this: You stumble in — probably inebriated after midnight — and can't help but immediately go for the free squares of pizza. The first thought that pops into your head is, Mmmm. Pizza. So. Good. But before you place an order for the shop's colossal, saucy, greasy, and cheesy slices, think about tomorrow. Do you want to regret eating a wedge of bread and molten cheese larger than your face, or would you rather tell yourself you made a wise decision by going for the chicken salad croissant ($7.29)? Hear us out. Yes, croissants are those flaky, buttery pastries that leave crumbs all over your face. Well, at Casola's, they're baked fresh every morning. (Side note: They are huge. Like stupid big.) And they come stuffed with savory fillings like ham, turkey, salami, roast beef, and chicken salad. About that last one, the chicken salad: It's also made in house. It's the standard recipe — chicken, mayo, salt, pepper, lemon juice, more mayo, and a lot of love. If for some bizarre reason you're still thinking about pizza, throw some Swiss cheese on your toasty croissant. It'll be like falling in love with Casola's all over again after ordering pizza for the past 33 years. And if you don't remember it the next morning, just head back for another when the croissants are hot out of the oven.