The pie slingers at Pizza Pazzaz serve up a menu of traditional and specialty pizzas augmented by subs, appetizers, and house specialties. Patrons can build pies to their own specifications starting from a cheesy, thin-crust foundation ($9.75 for a 14" large) and adding toppings ($1.40 each) to build flavour or a backyard pepperoni monument to Italy. Those opting for the restaurant's slate of traditional pizzas ($14.50 for a large) can munch on the Greek, a Mediterranean affair topped with onions, tomatoes, black olives, and feta cheese, or specialty pizzas ($15.25 for a large) such as the chicken Alfredo pie. Those in the mood for non-circular fare can sample meatball subs ($4.79), wings ($7.99–$21.99), or one of Pizza Pazzaz's specialty chicken bakes ($7.30), a duvet of dough stuffed with chicken strips, cheese, a choice of sauce (ranch, Caesar, barbecue, Alfredo, or sweet and sour), and up to three toppings. This Groupon is valid for take-out and delivery only and does not include the delivery charge (varies according to destination) or optional tithe to the gods of parmesan.
Upscale salads and sandwiches marked with local and exotic meats, wines, and a potpourri of loose-leaf tea options are celebrated on Curious Thyme’s expansive menu. Coffee crusted scallops ($14) set tastebuds abuzz, and homemade elk, pumpkin,and ricotta ravioli ($17) blend delicate flavours for a non-violent hunger protest. Freshly cut specialty steaks such as locally raised venison ($29) and kangaroo ($34) come as they are or outfitted in maple rosemary compound butter, crusted Gorgonzola, or port wine and field berry compote ($3 each). Polish off deluxe dining with a 6 oz. glass of red or white wine ($6.75–$18.50), or one of Curious Thyme's 68+ tea choices ($3.99).
Tandoori Tastes serves up an authentic, halal menu of savoury East Indian fare made with creative spice blends and fresh ingredients. Both heat-seeking palates and the spice-averse can sample traditionally prepared Indian dishes such as lamb karahi ($13.99), butter chicken curry ($11.99), and the chickpea-centric chana masala ($7.99). The kitchen can prepare any dish at any level along a spiciness scale of 1–10, the latter being hot enough to melt the heart of a Mr. Grinch ice sculpture. Five types of naan facilitate flatbread-based dipping in flavours ranging from plain ($1.99) to garlic-adorned ($2.99). Tandoori Tastes prides itself on providing prompt service from a staff exhibiting levels of friendliness heretofore unseen outside of hugging conventions.
Cousin Vinny's furnishes bare bellies with a tantalizing topography of Italian-inspired fare. A spaghetti-laced menu silences rogue tongues with specialties such as the chicken penne carbonara, a chicken breast cosseted with a decadent diadem of bacon, mushrooms, and alfredo sauce lounging atop a bed of penne pasta ($16.95). The veal parmesan, layered with savoury pancetta and topped with tomato sauce, fills digestive systems with decadent sustenance ($16.95). A children's menu appeases pintsize palates more effectively than castles made of Play-doh, and complimentary ice cream satisfies the sweet teeth of children and mouthy pet rocks alike. Vinny's also ups its lounging allure with free pool on Tuesday evenings, DJs on most Friday nights, and live music on most Saturday nights.
M & R Grill satisfies a stomach's deepest desires with tasty baked pies, pastries, and entrees. Handcrafted and flung tablewards by the grill's garçons, edible options include daily lunch specials, which sate the most ambitious appetites with a feast that includes soup, entree, dessert, and tea or coffee ($8). Aim a few licks in the general direction of a philly steak platter ($8.35) or a hamburger platter ($7.50), kept company by your choice of potato and a sidecar of coleslaw. During dessert, homemade butter tarts ($1.30) flirt with your nose hairs, and strawberry layered cake ($3.25) and blueberry pie ($3.25) perform a merry jig on a dance floor of taste buds.
In a whirlwind of traditional herbs and spices, My Thai Palace whips up a menu of traditional and exotic dishes with a modern touch. Thrust taste buds into action from the first chomp of shrimp rolls, an ambush of tiger shrimp trapped in wheat wraps and deep-fried ($7.95). A rich bowl of pumpkin soup settles up with hunger ($5.95), and the pineapple curry hosts a Thai-influenced luau on tongues ($13.95 with chicken or beef, $15.95 with shrimp). Herbivores find inspiration in eight vegetarian dishes, such as sweet-and-sour tofu ($12.95), and odes to the sea are composed over the thai-chili seafood dish populated by mussels, crab stick, squid, and shrimp and spiced to your liking ($15.95).