Mangia! serves a vast menu of Italian classics including pizza, pasta, seafood, and veal dishes. Pair a glass of red vino ($4.75–$5) with a cup of italian wedding soup ($2.99), then conclude appetite consummation with a plate full of pillowy gnocchi ($11.99) under a warm alfredo-sauce blanket. A selection of seafood specialties arrives in nests of your favorite noodle, such as penne paired with salmon ($15.99). The White Delight pizza ($13.99 for 16"), allows guests to plunge fangs into a brick-oven-baked pie cloaked in chopped garlic, olive oil, mozzarella, broccoli, spinach, and tomato, a tastier way to repel smitten vampires than pelting them with veal steaks (the veal marsala is $15.49). After entrees disappear, silence your body's last remaining craving with a creamy homemade cannoli ($2.99).
Fiorentino's heirloom Italian menu culls rustic flavors from the Calabrian countryside. Baked lasagna stitches together hot italian sausage, slices of handmade meatballs, fresh basil, and four italian cheeses into a culinary quilt ($12.95), and made-from-scratch spaghetti and meatballs cloaks cravings in a patchwork of rich noodles ($5.95–$9.95). Sample a four seasons pizza with artichoke hearts, mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach ($8.95 for a 10", $13.95 for a 14") or personalize a pie with a bevy of toppings. Fiorentino's light menu, served all day everyday, features paninis, sandwiches, and à la carte pastas with healthy substitutes such as broccoli or whole-grain pastas available to fill in for full-flavored pasta, risotto, or potatoes on extended vacations ($1 extra). Kid-friendly staples such as cheese ravioli ($4.95) appease baby teeth as parents play tug-of-war with the house-cut filet mignon ($22.95).
We are a young, energized local pizzeria, that is always striving to excite your eyes and taste buds. The unique style of pizza that we create here on a daily basis will leave children and adults amazed. We are constantly creating new pizza's and flavor combination's to keep our customers as excited as we are.
Amid an urban bistro atmosphere, Bensi's thumb-worn recipe book conjures fresh ingredients for a diverse menu of savory Italian eats, from plated entrees to crispy pizzas baked with homemade dough. House specialty chicken francese ($10.95/lunch, $15.95/dinner) weds slender slices of chicken to robust artichoke hearts drizzled in lemony butter sauce. Classic pizzas ($5.95+) and newfangled white pizzas ($6.95+)—drizzled with olive oil, garlic, and basil instead of red sauce—satiate singles or families with a bevy of toppings such as portobello, ham, garlic, and broccoli (each topping $1/individual; $2/family size). Bensi also fills vacated belly hovels with sandwiches ($7.95+), entree-sized salads ($4.95+), and kid-friendly dishes ($5.95+). Like fireworks displays and the final season of MAS*H, no meal feels complete without a sweet finale, such as the raspberry-topped crème brûlée cheesecake ($5.95).
The pie-eyed chefs at Olyvia's Italian Eatery toss up more than 25 gourmet, Sicilian-style pizzas on a menu of classic Italian dishes. Four-spice white pizzas provide a gooey canvas for pungent oregano, garlic, rosemary, and bright basil ($15.99), whereas the Paradiso envelops grilled chicken breast, bacon, and mushrooms in creamy alfredo sauce atop a pillowy crust ($16.99). On the hunt for baby clams in a bowl of linguine, forks dive through glassy white wine sauce or pull on tiny headlamps to navigate through chunky tomato sauce ($14.99). Monday–Saturday, the kitchen dreams up themed dinners, such as prime rib glazed in Scotch sauce with green beans ($14.95), to augment a roster of Old World favorites that include veal marsala ($16.99). A fieldstone farmhouse shelters the eatery, where vinyl banquettes gather beneath the venerable structure's windows to gather light to grow.
Freskada's open kitchen flaunts the 6-foot wood-fired grill and stone pizza oven, which yield the menu's freshly made pies. Patrons schlep their own beer, wine, and silk bibs to accompany the BBQ chicken pizza's parade of poultry and red onions steeped in a smoky house sauce ($13.99). Beneath paintings of Italian landscapes, char-grilled veggie pizzas loaded with seared zucchini, eggplant, and mushrooms ($13.99) harness the power of both timber-fueled cookers. Knives plunge through the Drunken Shroomy filet, an 8-ounce center-cut steak overlaid with a three-mushroom brandy sauce, grilled asparagus, and potatoes smashed to a consistency fluffier than a pillow filled with shredded spoken-word poetry ($26.99).