More than 50 creative and classic toppings crown freshly kneaded dough at J's Pizza Market, which has claimed a Readers' Choice award for best pizza from MentorPatch for its pizza-crafting prowess. Patrons can choose from 34 specialty pies for at-home cooking or hunker down for in-eatery feasts. Gluten-free, white, or wheat crusts bubble atop a provided take-home pizza disk that emulates the cooking abilities and imperviousness to wolves of a brick oven, browning a variety of toppings, including barbecue pork. The restaurant's in-house wood stone hearth oven melts the Little Havana pizza's vegetarian blend of black olives, banana peppers, red onions, and tomatoes into a bed of cheddar and mozzarella atop black-bean sauce. Meat-laden sandwiches and crisp salads are also available as alternatives to circular sustenance.
Equipped with a full-service bar and lounge, Jalapeño Loco jump-starts nights out with drink deals and a menu packed with steak, seafood, and chicken creations. The Loco special is notably filling, as it features two grilled burritos—one stuffed with steak, the other chicken—with rice, beans, sour cream, and salad.
Knife tricks and bursts of flame enliven hibachi meals at Fuji Japanese Steakhouse, where chefs clad in bright red hats juggle steak and seafood over tableside grills. A sushi bar supplies an extensive list of flameless fare, and tempura and teriyaki dishes arrive at tables awash in their signature sauces. Groups of up to eight can withdraw to private dining chambers to practice human pyramids atop soft tatami mats.
Though Rick and Renee have helmed Mama Roberto’s for 15 years, their family recipes are close to a century old. Multiple appearances on Fox 8, winning the News-Herald's Best of the Best award in 2010, 2011, and 2012, and receiving a 2011 and 2013 Silver Spoon Award for Best Italian and Best Place for Family Dining from Cleveland Magazine have helped spread the word about these handmade Italian dishes, which range from stuffed calzones and pizzas to veal and chicken sautéed in delicate wine sauces. Diners may also solicit Mama Roberto’s catering services for up to 1,000 people or one very hungry humpback whale.
The estheticians at Aesthetic Essentials help clients look their best with skin and body treatments such as facials, Zerona, and Dermarolling, which is much more skin-friendly than its distant cousin—Zamboni rolling. Aesthetic Essentials exclusively uses dermaviduals physiological skin care products which are free of emulsifiers, preservatives, perfume, mineral oils, silicones, and dyes. Waxing sessions whisk unwanted hair away from nearly any area, and beauty injections ward off wrinkles better than a whole bottle of spray starch.
Billy's – A Cappelli Martini Bar specializes in its title cocktail, but with a food menu extensive enough to include both caprese salad and sushi, it's clear that the chefs work as hard as the mixologists. A host of special events, too, keep patrons returning: Man Cave nights feature indulging in cigars and whiskey on the patio, while dance parties get toes tapping inside. In the dining room, cerulean blue light glows beneath a glossy black bar, reflecting off white brick walls for a crisp, cool look.