When it's not hosting weddings and other monumental events in its elegant banquet hall, Villa Nova treats everyday diners to a taste of celebration with a menu of traditional Italian cuisine served in its dedicated restaurant. Beneath the dark beams of a vaulted ceiling, diners cozy up to white-clothed tables to savor steaming platters of saucy pastas, veal and chicken parmigiana, and pizzas adorned with traditional toppings such as tomato and basil or modern ingredients such as barbecue chicken and emoticons. Guinness and Blue Moon pour from taps in the softly lit bar, where drink specials and arcade games keep revelers entertained into the night.
La Tosca features authentic Italian cuisine and pizza made using the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Italy is known for more than just the cuisine, which is why we offer the finest Italian wines to compliment your meal.
The chefs at Michael Anthonys Pizza sprinkle more than two dozen ingredients atop pizza crusts to ensure that no taste buds are left unsatisfied. Toppings include pineapples for those who love sweet things, jalapenos for those who love spice, and Canadian bacon for those who love a good John Candy joke. While thin crust, pan, and stuffed pizzas bake to a golden finish, the chefs busy themselves layering cheese and sauce with lasagna noodles or slathering barbecue sauce onto full or half slabs of baby back ribs. A number of sandwiches also festoon the menu, including housemade Italian beef and char-grilled Italian sausage on fresh baked French bread.
Every morning, the dough masters at Aracely's Bakery rise before dawn to craft house-made cupcakes, pastries, and sandwiches to bejewel their display cases. Confectionary artists transform dreams into fondant-covered reality by crafting custom cakes for birthdays, baby showers, and Eat a Portrait of Your Boss day. Meanwhile, traditional Mexican recipes lend sweetness to cakes and spice to 11 kinds of sandwiches, whose ingredients include avocado, chihuahua cheese, and secret sauce, and pack flavor into handheld meals.
Since its very first Cajun style chicken emerged from a deep fryer in 1993, Krispy Krunchy Chicken has exploded into 900 locations in 27 states. Cajun tenders, jambalaya, and boudin bites travel from skillets onto forks, and the menu's chicken-and-sides combos let guests customize their own plates. Meanwhile, the jambalaya features zesty heaps of red beans and rice alongside traditional sides.