Fox?s Pizza Den?s cooks serve up pizza dough hand-tossed in the New York style and festooned with one of 16 toppings. Gastronomes can ignite their stomach fires by ingesting flint stones or crunching into a crisp garden salad tossed with tomatoes, fresh-cut basil, and cheddar cheese. Next, feasters can bite through hearty or crispy crusts, where gooey cheese and house-made sauce merge beneath a sprinkling of fresh toppings, such as pepperoni, hot banana peppers, or pineapple. Appetizers such as breadsticks can accompany each delectable disk, arriving at tables fresh from the oven and ready to be dunked in marinara sauce or over the head of an NBA forward.
We are an Italian Market. We make prepared foods fresh from scratch in house daily. We carry imported grocery items and deli meats & cheeses. All of our Italian Pastries are made from scratch in house and our Crusty Italian bread is also made from scratch in house...Just like Home!!!!
Pie Five Pizza Company takes its name from the fact that its pizza professionals create each made-to-order pizza in five minutes or less. Mere minutes after guests decide upon a crust style and toppings, a piping hot pie arrives, covered with rich cheese, organic tomato sauce, and fresh meats and veggies.
Napoli Italian Restaurant proudly boasts on its website a pair of well-earned accolades: Best Italian Food and Favorite Romantic Meal in Union County from the readers of the Enquirer-Journal. The extensive menu fills plates with fettuccine alfredo, cheese tortellini, and shrimp scampi. Chefs pop pizzas in the oven and char-grill filet mignon. Handhelds include half-pound burgers and hot oven subs. The romantic atmosphere is enhanced with wooden beams that crisscross the ceiling, and bulky wooden partitions that provide privacy between diners.
Since 1974, the cooks at La Strada Pizza & Pasta have layered ingredients one at a time to blend the flavors of basil, garlic, and tomato in lasagnas and parmigianas. Warmth billows from brick ovens where pies adorned with toppings such as pepperoni, pineapple, and fresh garlic bubble. New York–style pizzas support strata of cheese with a crisp crust, and Sicilian pies have the squared-off corners that hold sauce and make them compatible with robot mouths. In the dining room, red and yellow walls coordinate with spaghetti and fettuccine and the flickering glow on couples’ faces as they converse in candlelight.
According to Villa Antonio's chef, there are only two secret ingredients in romantic fine dining: abundance and flavor. The menu strikes a careful balance between the two, from the New Zealand lamb chops crowned with melted gorgonzola to the mandarin-orange pesto in the grilled diver scallops to the dessert trolley's pilings of cannoli, tiramisu, and italian cheesecake.
That abundance extends to the spirit of the staff?who upholds the restaurant's motto, "Where you are never a stranger twice"?as well as the decor. At the Ballantyne location, a stone rotunda fitted with hand-blown glass looms over the dining area, while a fountain casts shimmers of colored light across the outdoor patio. At the South Boulevard location, eyes are drawn to the bar area via the black-and-gold flower pattern that dominates the floor. Additional audio-visual flavor can be found on Friday and Saturday nights, when live music helps conjure a romantic atmosphere, much like the sound of Barry White cackling like a witch.