PizzAroma’s expert pie slingers have combined special sauces and dough into a toothsome menu for almost half a century. Use today’s deal to dine in, carry out, or take and bake a specialty pizza such as a 14-inch Firecracker, which scorches kissers with a spicy giardiniera mix and hot italian sausage ($14.59), or craft a custom disk with a combination of 23 high-quality toppings in four size options ($7.29+). Hot cheese sticks ($3.95) help ignite salivary engines, which then race through a selection of wraps, calzones, and hot sandwiches ($5.15–$13.95) before finally waving the shortbread-crusted, cheesecake-checkered flag ($3.59). PizzAroma also serves up pastas, such as the shrimp scampi, which populates a garlicky butter ocean with plump crustaceans, waves of cheese, and lactose-tolerant pirates ($8.99).
Surrounding diners with college-sports-team memorabilia and the glow of 30 flat-screen TVs, Maloney’s Roca Bar delivers a menu brimming with crispy thin-crust pizzas, hearty burgers, sandwiches, and salads. Encompassing 9–16 circular inches, the Around the World pizza’s extra-thin golden crust diplomatically hosts a world’s fair of beef, sausage, and pepperoni, avalanched by fresh mushrooms, crisp green peppers, and red onions ($9.99–$21.75). Olive oil and minced garlic serenade ricotta and mozzarella cheeses atop the white pizza ($8.75–$17.99), and the Black & Bleu salad’s greens frolic with thin slices of sirloin in a bath of caesar dressing and a sprinkling of blue cheese and parmesan ($9.95). The chopped-chicken-cheddar sandwich adorned with a crispy bacon topping and coddled by fresh-baked focaccia ($6.49 for a 6”; $9.99 for a 12”) fits into most standard-issue palms, leaving mouths to play matchmaker with a succulent create-your-own burger and a mélange of eligible toppings ($5.95–$8.95).
The Ohio River courses past Edgewater Grille, providing a scenic backdrop for the eclectic culinary offerings inside. From piping-hot pizzas delivered straight from a wood-fired brick oven to blackened scallops nested on a bed of capellini, Edgewater Grille’s expansive menu proves that variety is the spice of life and the key to a good meal. Outdoor deck space facilitates alfresco dining in the warmer months, letting patrons pair fresh air with freshly baked desserts or wine and drinks from the full bar. With ample seating and multiple private rooms, Edgewater Grille is a prime spot for events such as weddings or Frankenstein support groups, and its chefs cater parties large and small with a smorgasbord of seafood, steaks, sandwiches, and pastas.
In the kitchen of China Super Buffet, chefs ladle teriyaki sauce over chicken or douse it in peanut sauce, preparing MSG-free dishes to populate the restaurant's expansive buffet. In the dining room, fish peer out from a tank at plates of steaming shrimp and broccoli. Soft blue lights illuminate an etched mural of the mountains in the party room, which can hold up to 60 people or four people who have combined their powers to form into one giant robot.