Featured on Man v. Food for its meatballs and rigatoni, Ciao Baby keeps the nostalgic air circulating with classic décor, attentive service, and a roster of tunes that hearken back to the days of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Begin your trip down the meatball-lined sidewalks of Ciao Baby with a look at the menu of classic Italian eats. For antipasti, diners can roll a homemade sicilian rice ball filled with ground meat, peas, and plum-tomato sauce ($14.95) into their jaws. Lunch light with a member of the Wrap Pack, such as the Salsiccia Sammy, stocked with italian sausage, tri-color peppers, and vidalia onions sautéed in white wine and topped with mozzarella ($10.95). Those needing to satiate their hunger for a lengthy Weather Channel jazz background music recording session can order the Nonna's Old World meat platter (the dish featured on Man v. Food) with freshly made meatballs, hot or sweet sausage, and San Marzano tomato sauce atop macaroni ($23.95 half, $33.95 whole).
Salon Von De Beauty Bar's board-certified lash artists and aestheticians beautify clients with head-to-toe nail and spa treatments. Semi-permanent eyelash extensions thicken fringe without the mess of applying false lashes each day. UV-free spray-tanning sessions deliver natural, safe color year round. Extra inches fade from waistlines in the face of Cavi-Lipo ultrasound treatments. Each of the spa’s body treatments are noninvasive and free from needles, scalpels, and miniaturized robots that blast fat from inside. Salon Von De Beauty Bar is an OSHA certified salon and aims to provide a comfortable environment for all clients, including using a special ventilation system with their keratin treatments.
In the kitchens of Torcellos Restaurant, cooks splash wine sauces over seafood, veal, and dishes from an extensive menu of Italian favorites. As traditional or whole-wheat pastas wind around forks, Italian entrees of veal, chicken, and fish fillet sauté in savory wine sauces. Patrons can promote sharing with a catering package, which offers dinner for up to 60 people or a late-night snack for one competitive eating champion.
Frying, slicing, and sautéing a bevy of authentic Italian favorites, pizzas, and seafood, Nick's Pizza and Clam Bar sates stomachs with savory sandwiches and platefuls of pasta. Prime palates with fried clam baskets ($8.95) and jumbo homemade crab cakes ($10.95), then pick from linguine, penne, or bow-tie noodles to pair with the seafood marinara awash with shrimp, calamari, scallops, mussels, and clams ($19.95). Divers in search of deep-blue edibles will delight over a two-pound lobster dinner, which partners freshly boiled pinchers with drawn butter and corn on the cob (market price).