We are a young, energized local pizzeria, that is always striving to excite your eyes and taste buds. The unique style of pizza that we create here on a daily basis will leave children and adults amazed. We are constantly creating new pizza's and flavor combination's to keep our customers as excited as we are.
The pie-eyed chefs at Olyvia's Italian Eatery toss up more than 25 gourmet, Sicilian-style pizzas on a menu of classic Italian dishes. Four-spice white pizzas provide a gooey canvas for pungent oregano, garlic, rosemary, and bright basil ($15.99), whereas the Paradiso envelops grilled chicken breast, bacon, and mushrooms in creamy alfredo sauce atop a pillowy crust ($16.99). On the hunt for baby clams in a bowl of linguine, forks dive through glassy white wine sauce or pull on tiny headlamps to navigate through chunky tomato sauce ($14.99). Monday–Saturday, the kitchen dreams up themed dinners, such as prime rib glazed in Scotch sauce with green beans ($14.95), to augment a roster of Old World favorites that include veal marsala ($16.99). A fieldstone farmhouse shelters the eatery, where vinyl banquettes gather beneath the venerable structure's windows to gather light to grow.
Bensi co-owner Genci Previzi helms an immense menu of classic Italian cuisine, including hearty homestyle dishes with roots in Calabria, Italy. Entrees, joined by a house salad or cup of comforting housemade soup, range from spaghetti and meatballs to gluten-free grilled chicken in a lemon-garlic marinade served over a veggie medley. The chefs also prepare an array of specials such as pignoli-crusted goat cheese and arugula salad, barolo-braised veal osso buco, pan-seared Chilean sea bass with eggplant caponata, and nutella chocolate pizza with fresh strawberries. The dishes are served in a modern dining atmosphere where minimal table settings and simple dark-wood furniture keep the focus on the vibrant cuisine.
Mangia! serves a vast menu of Italian classics including pizza, pasta, seafood, and veal dishes. Pair a glass of red vino ($4.75–$5) with a cup of italian wedding soup ($2.99), then conclude appetite consummation with a plate full of pillowy gnocchi ($11.99) under a warm alfredo-sauce blanket. A selection of seafood specialties arrives in nests of your favorite noodle, such as penne paired with salmon ($15.99). The White Delight pizza ($13.99 for 16"), allows guests to plunge fangs into a brick-oven-baked pie cloaked in chopped garlic, olive oil, mozzarella, broccoli, spinach, and tomato, a tastier way to repel smitten vampires than pelting them with veal steaks (the veal marsala is $15.49). After entrees disappear, silence your body's last remaining craving with a creamy homemade cannoli ($2.99).