A VIP stuffed pizza at Lil Anthony's Pizza is truly fit for a VIP. The house specialty stuffs a massive amount of meat (think ham, salami, pepperoni, meatballs, and bacon) plus provolone and mozzarella cheeses between a double crust, all bathed with marinara. But this is just one of many gourmet pie options at Lil Anthony's?barbecue chicken, shrimp and garlic oil, and pesto pizzas also showcase the cooks' creative flavor combinations. Along with gourmet pizzas, they whip up plenty of pastas, calzones, and grinders to satisfy the whole family or one very indecisive toddler.
Innovative chef Nora De La Vega blends the rich flavors, textures, and traditions from ancient foods such as chiles and corn with unique Spanish and Latin influences to create a vibrant menu of modern Latin cuisine. Drawing from family recipes and using only fresh, sustainable ingredients, dishes combine the contemporary with the traditional. Guests share and sip in time to guitar chords strummed by live musicians, while colorful artwork adds to the festive atmosphere in this casual-yet-chic eatery.
New York-quality deli fare has found a new home in Florida with the help of Manzano's Beachside Deli, a one-stop shop for made-to-order deli favorites and gourmet edibles. In addition to its famous New York crusty bread and 1.25-feet cold sandwiches, the shop tempts patrons with fresh Italian sandwiches and hot paninis topped by Boar's Head meats and cheeses. Their deli also assembles platters for any type of catering or discus-tossing need.
BerryVille Frozen Yogurt welcomes customers to create their own custom desserts with rotating frozen-yogurt flavors and a large selection of toppings. Daily flavors include praline, dulce de leche, and birthday cake, whereas toppings include candies, cookies, nuts, cereal, and fruit.
American Pi's expert pizza maestros dress bready crust from edge to edge with crimson tomato sauce, generous handfuls of meltable mozzarella, and freshly sliced toppings. Satisfy stomach demands with 14 inches of steaming, tomato-slathered pie ornamented with topping couples, be it a meaty duo of pepperoni and sausage or an enmeshed pair of tangoing mushrooms and onions.
The DeLand Stockyard is renowned for its steaks, which earned the “Best Steakhouse” vote from Hometown News readers in 2012 and a Best of the West award from The Daytona Beach News-Journal in 2010, 2012, and 2013, as well as for its history. The restaurant’s structure was built in the 1920s, and its rich wood paneling and stately décor, replete with black and white photos and mounted portraits on the wall, reflects this storied history. Atop dark wood tables, the wait staff sets down steakhouse staples, from juicy burgers and grilled seafood to the hefty porterhouse, which weighs in at 24 ounces of char-grilled goodness.