Traditional Jamaican flavors abound in Island Paradise's casual dining room, where a predominantly Caribbean staff revs up the sense of authenticity. Amid bright red banquettes and paintings of the tropics, tables populate with coconut-dusted fish fillets, jerk chicken, and spicy marinated pork. After diners pass around entree plates of oxtail and curried goat, they can bury forks in a sweet Jamaican dessert or utilize the eatery's dangling bead curtains as guitar strings for a three-piece zydeco band.
Roberto's appeases weekday appetites with fresh, handmade Mexican meals. The restaurant's extensive menu is teeming with a diverse selection of south-of-the-border eats, mouthwateringly bookended with the guest-favorite guacamole ($1.99 small; $3.99 large) and finishing with crispy, golden brown sopapillas ($2.99). Sink veggie-loving teeth into chilies rellenos, poblanos stuffed with melted cheese, fried in egg batter, and tastily trebucheted onto waiting taste buds ($6.50). The el matador chicken dinner dresses itself in buttery batter, Spanish sauce, and melted cheese ($8.29) and crunchy corn chapulas dream of tummy vacations under comforters of refried beans, ground beef, guacamole, and shredded cheese ($6.99).
The sandwich-smiths at Momma Goldberg's Deli populate a mouthwatering menu with stomach- and hand-filling sandwiches. The steamed Momma's Love banishes hunger boo-boos with roast beef, ham, and hickory-smoked turkey cradled within a seeded bun (a $5.09 value), and the reuben stuffs waiting mouths with corned beef, swiss cheese, and sauerkraut accouterments (a $5.09 value). Pan-roasted slices of turkey mingle with a crowd of pepperoni, american cheese, and pickles atop a honey-wheat bun to create the Gobbler (a $5.09 value), and four of Momma Goldberg's salad toppings fill the Veggie Rider's pita encasement (a $5.09 value) like unhappy thoughts of carnival games fill a sentient stuffed animal's mind. To keep meals fully customizable, customers can temporarily don a sandwich architecture cap and draft their own edible skyscraper from an assortment of meats, cheeses, and breads approved by the local zoning commission (a $5.19 value).
Johnny's New York Style Pizza brings pizza-induced bliss with authentic NYC sauce ladled over thin and fresh crust and specialty toppings, as well as a variety of classic Italian fare and pasta dishes and a wide selection of beers. After perusing the menu, customers may choose a 16-inch wheel ($12.25) that rotates the flavorful spokes of steadfast smearings such as pepperoni or green peppers ($0.75–$3.05 per topping). Or, for extra credit, industrious high-school students can dissect the four chambers of the artichoke heart, unless they prefer pesto adorning their pies. For lunch, try a special combination, such as a slice of pizza with one regular topping plus a small garden salad and a soft drink ($5.55). Dinner orders for the pizzaly disinclined abound, such as Johnny’s classic lasagna, with layers of seasoned ricotta, mozzarella, meatballs, and sausage baked in a marinara sauce.
Stevi B’s pizza-crafting professionals toss together hand-made dough, original sauce, 100% real cheese, and fresh, hand-selected ingredients to construct traditional and anomalous pies within a festive buffet setting. Ogle the menu before lining plates with handmade bread sticks and slices from specialty pies, such as the bacon-sprinkled loaded baked potato pizza ($6.99–$8.99 for carryout) or the mac ‘n’ cheese pizza ($6.99–$8.99 for carryout), a culinary fusion of alfredo sauce and elbow noodles that invoke childhood memories of singing about Yankee Doodle Dandy's mistake of sticking a blue box in his hat and calling it an authentic pasta dinner. Stevi B's dough-slingers will also custom craft your choice of pizza toppings. The smorgasbord of cuisine allows guests to choose from a bevy of regular round, crusted fare, a salad bar, and a slew of dessert pizzas that includes chocolate bavarian cream and apple crisp ($4.99–$6.99 for carryout). Buffet prices typically range from $3.59 for kids to $5.99 for adults, not including drinks ($1.59–$1.99).
My Father's Place dishes out a vast menu of Italian classics including pizzas, pasta, subs, and calzones. Begin savory sojourns with garlic knots crafted from house-made dough ($3.99) by boy scouts apprenticing for epicurean sea captains. The Spud-Nick pizza allows eaters to bask in the innovation of Italian cuisine with sliced baked potatoes, crumbled bacon, chives, cheese, and sour cream ($15.99–$17.99). Other pizza options draw inspiration from Hawaiian, Texan, Mexican, and Greek fare, and a single slice of pepperoni pizza ($1.69) satisfies classic cravings. Gear up athletic-level appetites for the lasagna dinner, which opens with a preshow salad and arrives with garlic bread at the sidelines ($7.99). Thoughtful chefs cover genoa salami and spiced ham with a provolone blanket on the cold italian sub ($5.29).