You can top off Pizza Parma's pies with any of more than 30 uncommon gourmet toppings. That includes cheeses such as gouda and greek mountain cheese, meats such as crabmeat, gyros, and steak, and veggies such as artichoke hearts, eggplant, and broccoli. The pizzeria’s chefs can put the same rich ingredients in a steaming calzone or string them on a necklace for a loved one. Alternatively, there’s a wide selection of wraps and hoagies, which, depending on what part of the country you're in, are also known as "grinders", "heroes", or "denver omelets".
Cinco’s collection of 25 entrees includes five of the most popular dishes from five Mexican states with distinctive culinary traditions. From Puebla hail the chile rellenos, two butter-dipped and deep-fried poblanos stuffed with cheese and meat. A splash of tequila, on the other hand, imbues chicken and steak fajitas with a genuine Jaliscan flair. Crispy chimichangas call the northeastern city of Monterrey home, and the fish tacos with red cabbage represent Quintana Roo in the southeast. Like a fried mariachi horn, the marinated chicken with potatoes carries the singular flavors of Mexico City.
The culinary crew at Calabria's, which is nestled on the crest of Frosty Valley Golf Links's manicured greens, crafts a dinner menu brimming with traditional Italian dishes and meaty entrees. The chicken vesuvius basks in a meadow of mushrooms and artichoke hearts, with a glimmering aura of lemon and oregano ($14.95), while the chicken Romano beckons tempted tongues with Romano cheese battered and sauteed with lemon butter ($14.95). Diners can dive into specialties such as gnocchi ($11.95) or pasta calabria, which showcases penne with spinach and tomato sauce ($12.95). Construct noodles with a choice of five pastas and eight sauces (starting at $9.95) or with mannequin heads and wigs. The newly renovated eatery also boasts a lighter lunch menu, a selection of specialty cocktails, a $20 bottle wine list, and outdoor seating.
Pazzo Ristorante's dedicated chefs and servers dish out a menu's worth of home-style Italian cuisine. An appetizer of marinara-battered zucchini planks ($7.99) pleases taste buds with its architectural soundness, and delicately sauced steamed mussels ($11.99) promote after-dinner partying by doubling as castanets. Dinnertime promises a choice selection of nautical eats, such as the seafood gnocchi caprese ($18.99), a multi-textured medley of potato gnocchi, tomatoes, mozzarella, and seasoned breadcrumbs. Mouthwatering pasta dishes unite noodle and sauce in edible masterpieces, such as the tasty Cajun chicken bruschetta ($15.99) tossed with tomatoes, garlic, and basil over angel hair pasta or the perennial favorite of James Bond, bow ties à la vodka ($14.99), a mélange of prosciutto, onion, and fresh basil in a vodka-cream sauce.
The cooks at Nobby's Pizzeria sprinkle hand-tossed crusts with tangy, homemade sauce and aromatic cheese made from a smoked provolone blend. In addition to classics such as pepperoni and sausage, they adorn seven signature pizzas with creative toppings ranging from ranch and buffalo sauce to capicola and olives. Their menu also includes other Italian-American staples, including meaty hoagies and ricotta-covered calzones.
Centuries ago, Japanese fisherman couldn't wait to get off the boat to eat some of their fresh catch, so they built grills on the boats to cook their fish slowly over an open flame. The chefs at DragonFire Japanese Steakhouse continue this tradition, searing seafood, vegetables, and meats over oak charcoal and paying as much attention to the grill as one normally pays to a pregnant British princess. Diners gather around the robata grill to witness the chefs sear scallops and steak coated in savory marinades.
They also gather around teppanyaki grills for hibachi meals, which chefs prepare while tossing morsels of food into the air. Or, diners can perch at the sushi bar and watch sushi chefs wrap seaweed and sticky rice around fish and vegetables.