Cloverleaf's pride and joy is its deep-dish square pizza. These right-angled rations can be customized with your choice of toppings ($10.99 for a large, $1.59 per topping) or effortlessly enjoyed in specialty varieties such as the Greek, crowned with ham, red onion, black olives, tomatoes, and feta ($14.99 for a large). Or opt for the veggie, which is incidentally coated in mushrooms, red onion, green pepper, and black olives ($14.99 for a large). If you like your pies the way you like your contact lenses—without sharp corners and smothered with hot cheese—Cloverleaf offers round pizzas with all of the same fancy fixins ($9.99 for a large, $1.59 per topping). Fill in any gaps in your gastronomic pyramid with an order of hot, barbecue, or Italian baked wings ($4.99 for a half pound), cheesy breadsticks ($4.99), a fresh tossed salad ($4.99 for a small, $7.99 for a large), or a cinnamon zeppole ($3.99), an elephant-ear-style dessert.
Tre Monti Ristorante artistically reinvents authentic Italian dishes in a handsome space that embodies both traditional Old World charm and urban chic. Diners can jump-start taste buds with the salmone affumicato, a light dish of pastrami-style Norwegian-smoked-salmon crostini adorned with goat cheese, horseradish, and quail eggs ($12), and keep flavor tides rolling in with the zuppa di funghi selvatici, a friendly blend of wild mushrooms, truffle puree, and sherry cream ($7).