Fratelli’s Is Your Neighborhood Independent Pizzeria; Our Commitment To Quality, Fresh Ingredients And Authentic Taste Can’t Be Matched!
We make our dough daily from scratch, we use quality flour and 100% natural Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil that has no chemicals or additives, and hand stretch every pizza to order.
As its name implies, Yucatan Southwest Grill specializes in fusing American and Mexican favorites through its own distinct style of Tex-Mex. Here, cheesesteak fixings fill burritos, fajita chicken crowns flatbreads, and chorizo and fried eggs top double-decker burgers. Though most mains?such as citrusy grilled chicken with a tequila-infused lime sauce?contain meats, the eatery doles out a handful of vegetarian options, too. To complement hearty feasts, bartenders decant imported and domestic brews and create eight varieties of margarita, including the Cadillac: a version made with Patr?n and served in the cupholder of a luxury car.
Whit's Frozen Custard whips up rich, velvety frozen concoctions using some of the finest cream, eggs, and toppings on the market. Prepared each and every morning with a virtually heir-less blend of fresh ingredients, Whit's custard-crafters top cake cones ($2.25/1 scoop, $3.25/2 scoops) and hand-dipped waffle cones ($3.25/1 scoop, $4.25/2 scoops) with vanilla and chocolate custards, as well as a special weekly flavor that keeps the bowties of salivating snowmen spinning. Whit's custom Whitsers ($3.50–$4.50) swirl house vanilla custard with a staggering array of syrups, candies, fruit, and nuts (one included, $.50 for each additional topping). Daring visitors can indulge in a crafted creation such as the Buckeye Madness ($3.50/small, $4.25/regular), which blends Reese's cups, chocolate syrup, and peanut butter for a taste-bud bull’s-eye.
The FoodSmiths Catering specializes in culinary services that span from drop-off lunches and carefully arranged platters to parties tended to by wait staffs and barmeisters. Hors d’oeuvres platters mollify mumbling digestive tracks with comestible classics like the smothered brie ($27), rich phyllo tartlets ($65), and chicken cordon bleu skewers ($97.50). Pack away lunch cravings into tasty boxed-salad samplings, such as the bistecca salad ($9.50/guest), a gorgonzola-crested wedge of iceberg lettuce caught in an avalanche of tomatoes, bacon, and parmesan dressing, or bread-bound hand weights like the traditional club sandwich with a deli side, chips, or pretzels and a cookie or brownie ($8.50 for half sandwich/guest, $10.50 for full sandwich), also known as the world’s most delicious blunt weapon. Guests can also quench parched tongues with a variety of made-from-scratch iced teas and lemonades, including basil and raspberry or strawberry citrus herb.
The first Shade Restaurant started out in historic downtown Canal Winchester, but it wasn't long before the dining room and menu were revamped to keep up with its dynamic setting. Today, there are four of the famous eateries throughout Ohio, each serving up such memorable dishes as Cajun-spiced Bayou burgers and an award-winning pizza piled with smoked beef brisket and a honey barbecue sauce. Diners can dig into a bucket of wings with house-made sauces or an appetizer of nachos buried beneath a mound of ground beef, chili, cheddar cheese, and fried chips. The restaurant also offers a children's menu and a menu of gluten-free options.
Tahini, garlic, lemon, mint, and other Mediterranean flavors fill Cafe Ephesus' Turkish recipes. The staff uses those ingredients to build hot appetizers, such as sigara boregi, whose fried phyllo scrolls are stuffed with feta cheese and dill. They also make kebabs and entrees such as moussaka, which layers eggplant, beef and lamb, cheese, and tomato and béchamel sauces. Turkish coffee and desserts, such as baklava and rice pudding, can perk up tired guests more effectively than tired guests can perk up Turkish coffee and desserts.