As a child, Rocco and his family frequently crowded around the table to enjoy hearty Old-World Italian fare. Young Rocco treasured these family meals so much that he wanted to open an Italian eatery modeled after them. As he grew older, Rocco found someone who loved family meals as much as he did?his sweetheart, Rosa. Together, they established Rosa & Rocco?s Italian Kitchen & Steakhouse, whose menu is filled with classic dishes, including the couple's favorites.
Rosa and Rocco's Favorites
After the veal meatballs are made using a top-secret recipe, they're smothered in marinara and sprinkled with parmesan.
Baked in red sauce and topped with melted mozzarella and romano, the ravioli is stuffed with meat or seasoned ricotta.
Isaac Mizrahi's family ate a lot of frozen yogurt. During one of many trips to the fro-yo shop with his kids, Isaac decided to cut out the middle man and open his own store. He cut the ribbon on his first Groovy Spoon location in Tarzana, California, where swarms of yogurt enthusiasts crowded around self-serve stations built into modern avocado-green walls. The success of that shop, which has been featured on Khloé & Lamar, led to more locations in California and Ohio, each slinging a rotation of more than 20 yogurt flavors, including sugar-, gluten-, and dairy-free options. Cheesecake, Oreo cookie, and pomegranate varieties lay the groundwork for a bevy of healthy and decadent toppings, such as fruit and candy in the form of chunks, tidbits, and 20-sided dice.
Referencing the tasty time-honored recipes of his grandmother, J. Gumbo's founder, Billy Fox Jr., designed a comforting menu of home-style sustenance. All dishes are prepared using only the freshest ingredients and zestiest spices available, as well as enough love to turn a wooden puppet into a real boy and a sock puppet into a foot. Dive fork first into a hearty bowl of jambalaya, bursting with tender chicken, sausage, and the ubiquitous "trinity" of Cajun cuisine: bell pepper, onion, and celery ($6.50). To deliciously deny the impending mitten season, wrap your hands around a voodoo-chicken po' boy sandwich, a belly-warming feast of spicy chicken and green onions atop french bread ($7.25). The menu is friendly to mild-mannered and thrill-seeking diners alike, with each entree item labeled according to heat––one hot-sauce bottle denotes mild, whereas three signifies a concentration of capsaicin powerful enough to send tongues rocketing to the sub-zero climes of Pluto in search of relief.
Serving Mediterranean, Greek , Italian & American Cuisine. Such as Gyros, Spinach Feta Dip, Calamari, Spanakopita, Greek Salads, Appetizers, Soups, Spreads & Dips, Salads, Pastas, Platters, Dinner Entrees Such as Baby Lamp Chops, Burgers & Sandwiches. Children’s menu such as Grilled Cheese and so much more.
Located near Ohio Wesleyan University, Something Sweet Coffee & Bakery serves up Ohio-roasted coffee, specialty café drinks, and baked goods that are made fresh each day onsite. Cake pops, muffins, and scones–both sweet and savory–are just a few of the resident baker's specialties. Patrons can savor sips and snacks while lounging on the inviting café's plush armchairs and sofas.