Il Palazzo, a seasoned veteran of the pizza trade, outfoxes unrelenting appetites with 22-item, halal-friendly lunch and dinner buffets that spotlight authentic Italian fare from its mouthwatering menu. Appetizers offer an enticing inlet to the ample repast before the rotating cast of salads, chicken, fish, and beef dishes work to sate palates in the mood for multifarious flavors. Adorn your barren plate with the buffet’s piping panoply of pizzas, pastas, and calzones, treating the belly to a feast that surpasses Winston Churchill’s fabled Chuck E. Cheese birthday spread. After main courses, diners can enjoy fresh desserts—including New York–style cheesecake and tiramisu—as they guzzle soft drinks and all-you-can-sip creamer packets amid the eatery’s spacious surroundings and charming décor.
With its weathered wooden bar, smattering of flat-screen televisions, and many tables and booths, Rocky's Bar & Grill exudes a thoroughly laid-back atmosphere where people can feel comfortable lingering over a drink with friends. The cooks embrace this same spirit as they prepare a menu of American and Tex-Mex finger foods as well as heartier meals. The selection includes shareable orders of cheese fries, nachos with chicken, and fried pickles, as well as burgers topped with everything from mushrooms and swiss cheese to bacon and jalapeño. Although the grill features two pool tables and four bouncy castles in the back room, it also keeps guests entertained by hosting special events throughout the week, such as poker nights, pub trivia, karaoke, and live bands.
At Aboca's Italian Grill, the cuisine is as artfully prepared as the paintings on the wall and the flower arrangements on the tables. The cylindrical noodles of the baked penne come blanketed with a square of mozzarella cheese, while the pasta primavera bursts with morsels of color: forest green broccoli, bright yellow squash, and flame-red tomatoes. For drinks, the restaurant invites its patrons to bring their own wine, even offering to uncork bottles for a small fee so diners can leave their jackhammers at home.
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