Beef 'O' Brady’s caters to families and sports fans alike with fresh-grilled eats and draft beers served in a casual dining space featuring wood-paneled walls adorned with sports memorabilia and comfy booth seating. The menu warms stomachs small and large with a collection of Black Angus burgers, 15-inch pizzas baked on a stone hearth, and signature wings served baked or grilled in a variety of two dry rubs and 12 sauces. Twenty-one high-definition TVs continually broadcast live sporting events such as NFL Sunday ticket games indoors while diners can opt to enjoy a meal on the outdoor dining patio. The restaurant also features a private back room for large groups and special events.
Whether guests are in the mood for a slice of pizza, a hot sub, or a hearty Italian meal, the chefs at Christopher’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria can match every craving. The eatery also adds a sports bar element to the mix, with daily happy-hour specials that complement the big game better than an in-house marching band.
Lil Anthony is a New York–style pizzeria, which means it dishes up thin-crust pizza by the pie and by the slice and accompanies it with a menu loaded with wings, pasta, salads, and subs. Introduce your taste buds to Italy’s flavors with an order of garlicky cheesy knots with marinara ($3.99) before sending them on the tour of Italy, a trio of the eatery's favorite pasta dishes: lasagna, fettuccini alfredo, and baked cheese ravioli ($13.99). Lil Anthony's pizzas come in traditional varieties, such as classic meat lover's ($13.99 and up) and gourmet varieties, such as the Joey's Brooklyn special, adorned with alfredo sauce, spinach, tomato, bacon, and mozzarella ($12.99 and up).
Our story starts with two friends with entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for America's favorite food. We opened up our first Pizzeria in central Florida in 1987, realizing the importance of freshness, ease of operation and variety.
Tutto Bene Italian Restaurant's legion of pasta professionals dish up a menu of freshly prepared, old-fashioned Italian fare and imported spirits. A savory selection of palate-pleasing lunch specials includes authentic cheese pizzas ($4.50 for two slices, $9.95 for a 14"), chicken parmigiana ($7.95), and lasagna baked to saucy perfection ($7.25). Launch a dinner rocket with a loud crunch of crispy bruschetta ($5.95), or loosen tense garlic knots with a peaceful soak in a marinara bath ($1.75 for three). Diners can twirl forks through the sautéed onions, olives, capers, and anchovies topping a fresh plate of spaghetti alla puttanesca ($10.95), or strap on complimentary snorkels for a palatable plunge into the seafood risotto, which presents a sautéed school of calamari, shrimp, clams, mussels, and marinara sauce ($16.25).
At Filomena's Pizzeria & Ristorante, chefs decorate signature Brooklyn-style pizzas while a daily bounty of fresh-baked bread snuggles up beside pasta dishes, including stuffed shells and penne alla vodka. The culinary crew embellishes veal, sirloin, and shrimp with fresh vegetables and white-wine sauces, forming a roster of dishes sure to satisfy cravings for Italian classics. Calzones teem with a wide range of ingredients and can be crafted large enough to feed an entire family and their velociraptor.