According to the Southwest Florida Barometer, Carmelo LaMotta was only 7 years old when his parents opened LaMotta’s. More than 30 years later, he’s taken over the reins and serves as both the restaurant’s owner and chef. LaMotta’s has gone through many changes over the years, but it has always remained dedicated to authentic Italian cuisine made with fresh, local ingredients. To that end, the LaMotta family makes all the soups, dough, and sauces fresh every day, staying true to the recipes they brought over when they emigrated from Sicily. The resulting menu includes myriad pasta dishes, thin-crust New York–style pizzas, and a thoughtful font choice.
Casual, roadhouse, homestyle cooking by mama. All u can eat specials every day! Live entertainment! We make you feel at home.Every dish cooked just for you so this is not fast food.Just food that is prepared here, not out of a box!
Calm gulf breezes caress diners as they feast upon time-tested grill fare from Paradise Tiki Hut Bar & Grill's menu. Dig into oceanic treasures without being subjected to slideshow of Poseidon's vacation by ordering south Florida shrimp ($7.95 for half a pound) flanked by homemade cocktail sauce or Bahamian conch fritters fried to a golden brown ($6.95). While the apple-wood-smoked bacon saunters atop veggies and sourdough toast in the BLT ($5.75), tender chicken breast splashes gleefully through authentic jerk seasoning in the Jamaican-style grilled chicken sandwich ($8.45).
Chicago Pizza imports the spirit and flavors of the Windy City with a menu overflowing with authentic Chicago classics. Travel to the Second City with one bite of the savory hot italian-beef sandwich served with au jus ($6.99), or imagine the friendly confines of a Chicago hot dog, an all Vienna-beef dog hugging a dill-pickle spear and sport peppers in a poppy-seed bun, blanketed in mustard, relish, onion, and tomato ($3.50). Spicy-food addicts enjoy the reassuring feeling of fire mouth with jalapeño-pepper poppers filled with cool cream cheese ($5.25) or buffalo wings that come smothered in mild, medium, hot, barbecue, or Chicago Pizza's signature garlicky buffalo sauce (20 for $13.50). Empty tummies regretting their divorce with dinner can win back affection with a velvet-covered pizza box brimming with a 14-inch Chicago-style deep-dish pizza ($11.95), decorated in your favorite meat and vegetable toppings ($1.59¬–$1.99 per topping).
Vienna all-beef hot dogs, stacked sandwiches, and ice-cream desserts form the menu at Cape Dog & Deli. The Detroit Coney Island hot dog harnesses a collaboration of chili, mustard, and onions to foster mouth mirth ($3), while a tight-knit group of Vienna beef, tomato, dill pickle, green relish, sport peppers, and onions comes together to form the Chicago hot dog ($3.50). The Italian Beef floods the senses with flavor and the hands with incorporating thinly sliced Vienna beef, soaked in au jus and delivered to the palate on a vehicle of dry, wet, or dipped gonnella bun ($5.95). Cape Dog & Deli also assuages sweet teeth, stirring up a cache of milk shakes ($4.49+) and ice cream ($1.99+) that, like the human calendar, come in 12 delicious flavors, such as butter pecan, Naples vanilla, and mango sorbet. Daily lunch specials are always available as well.
Inside La Terraza 47’s dining room, walls with faux windows, shutters, and flowerboxes recreate the feeling of sitting in a Spanish courtyard. Underneath strings of twinkling lights, servers deliver homemade chicken croquettes and sesame-crusted ahi tuna in tapas-sized dishes. Heartier appetites can attack beef enchiladas or a new york strip flavored with garlic or spanish herb butter. At night, La Terraza 47 evokes Madrid nightlife with DJs spinning tunes or musicians strumming classical guitars.