When hockey player Devin Fremouw donned a jersey with the number 71 on it, he began seeing 71 everywhere he went. It became a sort of obsession for him, enough so that he married his wife Belinda on 7/1 at 7:01 p.m—the exact time, however, was an act of fate, as the ceremony started several minutes late. And so, when the husband-and-wife duo decided to open a bar and grill, they knew they'd incorporate those numbers into the name: 71 American Grille.
The restaurant combines a classic American grill that serves burgers, mac n' cheese, and smokey barbecue with an old-fashioned ice cream parlor and a sports bar, known respectively as Scoop @ 71 and Shots @ 71. All are housed in a single space with an expansive outdoor patio illuminated with globe lights and domesticated fireflies.
Nancy Fitzgerald, owner of The Tasting Room, knows the importance of being local–having grown up in the Phoenix area herself–and populates her eatery’s wine and beer lists with local Arizona tipples. Specializing in boutique and specialty wines and beers, she's also amassed a menu of more than 70 wines from across the United States, South America, and Europe that are complimented by more than 20 microbrews and a cider. Her chefs pair these libations with small plates of italian crostini and goat-cheese-stuffed bell peppers, and paninis topped with smoked and cured meats and eclectic cheeses. A variety of pre-arranged specialty cheese and meat plates are also available, or guests can create custom plates from a list of 18 different cheeses and 7 meats with which to impress a date or immediately see the benefits of a low-carb diet.
Inside Twisted Italian's unpretentious bistro, chefs brush garlic-infused olive oil over their housemade pizza and bread dough, ensuring each loaf and crust turns golden brown and teems with Italian flavors. The laid-back dining room—a disarming blend of intentionally exposed ductwork, cut-glass chandeliers, and wine-rack lined walls—hosts meals filled with spaghetti with crushed tomatoes and handsomely arranged caprese salads. Pizzas don toppings such as italian sausage and peppers or crispy chicken with bruschetta. An array of wines complement entrees or diners' irises, and desserts such as tartufo lend meals a dulcet coda.
We offer a pizza, restaurant, Italian family style dining. We offer a variety of traditional italian meals such as spaghetti, lasagna. We offer a variety of daily special on our website as well as daily specials. We offer a New York style hand tossed pizza, as well as calzones beer and wine.
Under the direction of CheezHeadz?s chef, the kitchen bakes fresh bread daily for a selection of sandwiches, and makes pizzas decorated with toppings such as meatballs, chicken, and bacon. For example, the Lombardi pizza delivers Italian sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, and mozzarella cheese to diners, while the Reggie White dishes roasted garlic sauce, fresh roma tomatoes, fresh basil, and ricotta cheese. The menu also includes Wisconsin favorites including fried cheese curds with ranch dressing, cheesy bread, cheesesteak sandwiches, and domestic and imported bottles of beer.
At Florencia Pizza Bistro, spreading tomato sauce on a disk of housemade crust is indeed tradition, but a tradition that has a few exceptions. The Snow White?a recipe that has been with the bistro staff for more than 30 years?arranges basil, minced garlic, tomatoes, and cheese atop extra-virgin olive oil. Eight specialty pizzas and five pesto pizzas embrace this tomato-less approach, allowing the richness of toppings such as walnuts, italian sausage, and kalamata olives to hold the tongue's attention.
With the menu as their guide, guests can select a pre-established pizza or build an original one of their own. Gluten-free crust and low-fat cheese options accommodate dietary restrictions, and half-baked pizzas allow patrons to heat up their meals later, in the comforts of their gym?s sauna. Calzones, sandwiches, and panini?made with the same housemade pizza crust for bread?also wrap meats and veggies in a toasty embrace.