From Our Editors
Tovos Grill draws its name from an acronym of the five joint owners, infusing the restaurant's American comfort food, sizzling grill fare, New York–style deli sandwiches, and pizza with quintuple bonds of friendship. Chefs load the dinner menu with carnivorous delights, including certified Angus cuts of prime rib ($17.99/14 oz., $15.99/10 oz.), slow-roasted and seared to successfully romance taste buds. Traditional homestyle dishes, such as meat loaf ladled with mushroom gravy ($11.99), settle comfortably into bellies and promptly hand up a framed cross-stitch. From the lunch menu, toweringly stacked deli meats straddle bridges of bread, as in the Times Square Triple Decker, which marries turkey to a classic BLT ($7.79). Pizzas roast in a wood-fired oven, including the Grande Pollo ($11.99/10", $14.99/14"), loaded with chicken, arugula, feta, onion, and olive toppings laid out in championship-winning chinese-checkers patterns.