Rolls 'R' Ready whips up Southern-inspired pastries and sweet snacks in a hospitable setting. Entreat northerly noshers to decadent sub-Mason-Dixon cuisine with the shop’s signature handmade cinnamon rolls. The bakers dress up fresh dough with sugar and savory spices, roll it up, and lavish it with a liberal arts education to create a flavorful, well-rounded treat. Though not included with the purchase of this Groupon, Rolls 'R' Ready also offers palate-pleasers such as pies, cookies, cakes, and tasty turnovers.
A brick oven imbues each of Luigi’s Restaurant’s pizzas with a distinct flavor and crispy crust. Chefs adorn these bubbling hot discs with 20 toppings that range from veggies such as jalapeños and mushrooms to meaty morsels of hamburger and pepperoni. They also handcraft their own spinach ravioli, meatballs, soups, lasagna, and abstract finger paintings. Servers deliver these lovingly prepared meals to tables, which populate an intimate dining room decorated with framed photographs.
For more than 35 years, Latina Restaurant & Pizzeria has filled its memorabilia-clad dining room with hearty Italian and American dishes. Cheese melts atop house-made Goofy Bread, which heralds entrees such as Tuscan-style chicken ravioli filled with roasted chicken, onion, celery, and parsley. Specialty pizzas shake up traditional pie paradigms with unorthodox offerings such as the Cajun, topped with italian sausage, smoked gouda, and Cajun spices. Guests can tuck into Angus burgers or breaded ravioli poppers in Latina Restaurant & Pizzeria’s newly remodeled dining room, or root for their favorite sports team or spectator in the adjacent sports bar area.
It takes a deft touch to make Middle Eastern food from scratch, and the chefs at Taboon Bites don’t shy away from the challenge. They create all of their traditional dishes in-house, including Taboon’s most popular dish, shawarma. The health-conscious cooks also craft hummus, tomato kibbe, falafel, and shish kafta and kebabs. The food on their menu can also be catered for events, such as a birthday bash or viewing party for your man-on-the-street interview on the nightly news.
The menu at Ruggero’s offers a wide variety of Italian favorites: bruschetta, fettuccine alfredo, veal parmigiana, baked manicotti, chicken marsala, shrimp scampi, pizza, calzones, and seven varieties of lasagna. Of course, the selection wouldn’t be complete without the country’s signature desserts making an appearance. Chefs pump cannolis with bavarian cream, slice espresso-flavored pieces of tiramisu, and serve spumoni—an Italian-style ice-cream cake with a nougat center.
Waiters bring this bounty of Italian food out to an elegant carpeted dining area where framed art hugs swirling green wallpaper. Wide sconces blend their photons with the ones coming in through the front wall’s windows, and a fireplace casts warmth on guests. Adjacent to a row of padded booths stands a full bar, rife with liquor and enough sleekly stained wood cabinets to make Paul Bunyan cry an actual river.