The familial gourmands at Ange Netta’s populate a mouthwatering menu with homemade Italian and American fare. Sautéed italian greens and plum tomatoes slink between troves of penne rigate in full orders of emerald pasta ($10), and italian hot sausage and meatballs pile atop fresh ricotta and mozzarella cheeses to create heaping stacks of hearty lasagna (10). Health-conscious menu items, such as the grilled tilapia marinara ($8) and vegetable burger ($6), promote nourishing nosh fests that, much like rechargeable batteries, keep bodies moving without slowing them down.
Yolo Grille is more than just a grill. In addition to whipping up hearty dishes such as their famous garlic chicken breast or mussels marinara, the expert chefs turn their culinary talents toward philanthropy. They host benefit dinners for local charities and donate vats of chili to a chili cook-off.
Grub Club's sandwich savants quell tummy mumblings by creating an extensive menu of made-to-order sandwiches and burgers loaded with fresh ingredients. Dine like English aristocracy with a 12-inch Sir Anthony sub ($6.55) and its breadbasket-bursting mound of savory grilled steak and chicken topped with provolone, onions, mushrooms, and steak sauce, or build your own creation with a choice of two meats, one cheese, toppings, and dressing ($4 for 6", $9 for 16"). Half-pound burgers proudly sate even the most elephantine cravings, including the ultramacho Holy Cow ($7.25) and its exclamation-inducing combo of pepper jack, jalapeño cheddar, and XX hot sauce. Flip a nine-sided die to decide which sauce to request on your chicken wings ($5.95 for 12), with tantalizing options that include butter garlic, hot ranch, and barbecue.
Walrus Subs uses fresh breads baked daily, hand-sliced meats and cheese, and nutrient-packed veggies to create a scrumptious menu of classic deli sandwiches, salads, burgers, hot dogs, gyros, and soups. Original italian or whole-wheat breads use their grain-stuffed arms to carry cold subs to the mouths of famished foodies or to the oven for toasting. Like a carnivorous yin-yang, the chef’s family recipe chicken salad sub blends light and dark meats (7", $4.75; 12", $6.25), while a turkey sub can be customized with ham or roast beef and one of five types of cheese, including provolone, swiss, or cheddar sauce (7", $5.25; 12", $6.75). Philly-style cheesesteaks lead the oven-baked pack through the culinary kiln, mixing thin slices of rib eye with sweet onions and provolone cheese ($7.25), occasionally stopping at the detailing shop to pick up bacon, cheese-whiz, or pepperoni ($7.75).
Belleria has been slinging pies and appeasing cheesy appetites in the greater Youngstown area for more than 50 years. Although known for slathering fresh dough with a signature family-recipe sauce, the tomato tyrants at Belleria whip up a full menu of Italian favorites. Conquer a classic, custom-made pizza crowned in your choice of toppings (12" pies start at $7.75, toppings $.75–$3.25 each), or belly up to The Bella, where pepperoni and sausage shake hands with a bushel of veggies before ducking under an awning of cheese (12", $12.95). Belleria also offers a smorgasbord of sandwiches, wraps, pastas, and microprocessors for tongues and robots of all persuasions. Diners can self-satiate via dine-in or take-out modes of culinary distribution.