The mexican taco sounds self-explanatory, but at Pizza for U, the moniker refers to a specialty pizza. Crowned in refried beans, taco meat, and tortilla chips, it evokes Mexico without abandoning the menu’s bedrock dish. Other specialty pies, such as the sauce-less white pizza and a meat lover’s pizza with two types of sausage, round out the selection, along with build-your-own variations in thin crust and deep-dish styles. Meanwhile, burgers, gyros and three types of chicken wings suggest an alternative to pizza, much like the Ninja Turtles’ personal trainer.
Between ornately tiled ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors, D’Bellagio Spa and Salon's stylists enhance images with facial threading, waxing, chip-resistant Shellac manicures, and massages. In a technique rooted in Indian and Asian cultures, the spa's threading specialists uproot unwanted hair by ensnaring it in twists of cotton string, much like the skincare practices of newborn kittens. Staffers transform hair and nails with acclaimed products by Shellac and Moroccanoil and test-drive all-new beauty products before applying them to clients’ physiques.
Chef and owner Gaetano Turi has fed his Italian feasts to such celebrities as Bill Cosby and Brad Garrett inside Barolo Ristorante. The Italian-born Turi learned his culinary skills with formal training in Rome, and now stamps his own twists on classic dishes, including homemade gnocchi stuffed with spinach and risotto drizzled with merlot. Fresh seafood, flown in daily, transforms into bay scallops dunked in a brandy cream sauce and New Zealand orange roughy baked with garlic and white wine. The restaurant itself oozes of old world Italian. The dining room’s recessed ceiling is painted in gold and red hues, while the bar sits under golden tin-plated ceiling tiles. Warmly lit chandeliers and tabletop candles and strobe lights offer a cozy dining experience.