The Sassi family recipe has served as the foundation for Pizzeria DaVinci's specialty pies for years. Today, at eleven different DaVinci locations, the thin-crust dough is still made fresh daily and baked on hot stones. Customers can dress their pizza in red or white sauce and toppings, such as meatballs, caramelized onions, and roasted garlic. Or they can opt for a specialty creation, such as the baked-potato pizza, which features sliced red potatoes, bacon, mozzarella, and sour cream, or the DaVinci specialty white pizza with spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, roasted garlic, feta cheese, and spices.
The chefs at Roma Pizza & Restaurant flexed their creative minds when they built two dozen gourmet pizzas topped with such ingredients as scrambled eggs, clams, steak, potatoes, and sour cream. They stick to the classics when compiling Italian dinners such as baked ziti and chicken parmigiana. Roma Pizza delivers, with orders accepted via phone, their website, and singing telegram.
Pizzeria DaVinci's 11 locations may be located in all corners of Connecticut, but they're all connected by the same Sassi family recipes and brand of stone ovens that perfectly crisp each thin-crust pie. All their pizzas are prepared with dough made fresh daily, from their signature DaVinci pie with fresh spinach, futuristic inventions inscribed in the crust, and sun-dried tomatoes to an Angus cheeseburger pizza with ketchup, mustard, and pickles. The menu also includes gourmet salads and hot and cold sandwiches.
In the 1950's, there were a handful of inns operating on Lake Pocotopaug—Connecticut's largest natural lake. Today, just one of those structures remains. In 2003, Paul Angelico bought it, renovated it, and established it as a brand-new restaurant serving all-American food.
Inside Angelico's Lake House, guests gather for lunch and dinner to feast on pasta, seafood, steaks, and burgers surrounded by a picturesque East Hampton setting. During warmer months, when the days are longer and water balloons fall from the sky instead of snow, the Lake House also opens its tiki bar, where adults can kick back with cold beverages while listening to live music.
Glasses lift into a treble-laden symphony of toasts and from a distance, many of the elixirs they contain seem nearly the same. Up close, 28 wines by the glass and more than 75 unique varietals by the bottle span a rainbow of hues, from reds deep and earthy enough to appear almost black to white wines barely kissed with a delicate straw color. In The Hidden Vine Wine Bar and Lounge's dedicated room for tastings and classes, guests further hone noses and taste buds to make nearly imperceptible distinctions in flavor and bouquet.
Drawing upon family recipes held close to their hearts, culinarians fill two dining areas with inventive dishes including bruschetta draped in paper-thin soppressata, peach honey, and hanger steak. Beneath diamond-shaped burgundy paintings, forks chatter against plates of fresh pasta and patrons sidle up to the marble bar for a chilly cocktail. A patio begs diners to let the warm sun aid in digestion or in calming outraged bulls delivering pamphlets to the eatery's crimson ceilings.
This family friendly pizzeria has Come enjoy the impressive stone-cooked specialty pies, such as the White Pie, the Queen Margarite or the BBQ Chicken. Barb’s also sells pizza by the slice. The menu includes an array of appetizers, wraps, salads & grinders