The skilled chefs at Roma’s Italian Restaurant craft family recipe sauces and dough from scratch daily while boasting an extensive menu of made-to-order pizzas, pastas and golden paninis. Patrons can pick up some calamari rings ($6.99) to hold up a shower curtain or enjoy warm, oven-baked garlic bread blanketed with bubbling cheese ($5). Skirt fashion norms by dressing a pizza in white after Labor Day with hot cheese layers and garlic ($6.75–$13.75) or with a steaming helping of rich fettuccine alfredo served with shrimp, chicken, or broccoli ($12.25–$15.25). After playing a long game of hide-and-seek inside a mannequin factory, enjoy the enchanting veal marsala sautéed with tender sliced veal in marsala wine with a slew of fresh mushrooms ($16.95).
Italian and Middle Eastern dishes share table space at G's Pizza & Grill, a restaurant with a relaxing, family-oriented ambiance. Seated at tables draped with red tablecloths, diners savor specialty pizzas and pasta dishes along with gyros, curry, and kebabs. Some dishes feature a fusion of Italian and Middle Eastern flavors, such as the greek pizza, which comes topped with feta cheese and lamb gyro meat.
This family owned business is a staple of the Richmond Community, being in business for over 60 years. Italian Kitchen is under its third generation of operators and continues to treat customers as they are a part of the family. The perfect place for a date night, family night, or special events!
With nearly fifty entrees on the menu, Pasta House has a dish to suit almost any customer. Meat eaters can tuck into platefuls of veal parmigiana and filet mignon grilled with saut?ed mushrooms. For pescetarians, chefs stuff fresh flounder with crab meat, and saut? salmon and shrimp with artichoke hearts and lemon sauce. And housemade fettuccine noodles dressed in a creamy alfredo sauce bring joy to the palates of vegetarians. The eatery itself sports a traditional aesthetic, blending deep mahogany wood with turquoise accents. The restaurant also boasts a banquet facility that fits up to 60 people, ideal for hosting a milestone birthday or four rhinos on a double date.
The dough wizards at Papa John's hand toss circular masterpieces with original and thin crusts made from high-protein flour to support warm bouquets of toppings. Hand-cut produce crowns all of Papa John's pizzas, mingling with the sun-soaked sweetness of sauce made from fresh, California-grown tomatoes. By adhering to its brand promise of "better ingredients, better pizza," Papa John's grew from a back-tavern pizzeria into more than 3,500 restaurants within three decades' time, or the amount of time it takes to grow a single pizzeria from a small seed.
The chefs at Mimmo's Restaurant whip up New York–style pizzas, hot subs, pasta dishes, and other Italian-American eats. Seven days a week, you can cruise the huge menu, which includes more than 10 types of calzones, 8-inch subs, and daily specials such as homemade spinach ravioli.