The cuisine crafters at Papa Vito's Italian Restaurant tirelessly hand-toss pizzas and dish out a menu of traditional Italian fare until 1:30 a.m. every day. Herbivores nosh on garden goods with a Gourmet Vegetarian pizza ($18.50 for 16"), dappled with fresh veggies and white sauce, while meat-seeking mouths and experimenting stegosaurs feast on the Old School Stuffed pizza ($19.95 for 16") filled with mozzarella, mushrooms, beef, and pepperoni. An order of Papa Vito's wings ($6.99 for 12) prompts duets, quartets, or sextuplets to slather tongues in spicy, barbecue, or garlic sauce, accompanied by a wading pool of ranch or blue-cheese dressing. While noshing and practicing for upcoming fractions quizzes glaze gullets with a glass of house wine ($3.75), draft or bottled beer ($3), or an imported beer ($3.50).
Natural light pours in through the arched windows of Cara Mia Riverside Grill and reveals sweeping views of the Indian River as diners dig into linguine and calamari. In the kitchen, head chef Elizabeth Hanstein prepares house-made sauces from traditional Italian recipes and incorporates Mediterranean influences into dishes such as the chicken piccata, which finishes a mushroom-and-scallion chicken sautéed with a sherry wine sauce.
At Big Daddy's Pizza, cooks prepare regular and gluten-free dough for pizza crusts, calzones, and stromboli oozing with ricotta and mozzarella cheeses. Choose from toppings such as italian sausage and roasted garlic, or opt for a sub sandwich on toasted italian bread.