Flatbread pizzas run the gamut from a traditional cheese or pepperoni to a portobello mushroom and spinach. Pasta offerings include spaghetti and meatballs, chicken pasta in a sun-dried tomato cream sauce, or pesto ravioli. Freshly tossed salads include a chicken Caesar and a Mediterranean chef salad with provolone, salami, fresh mozzarella, ham, roasted peppers, and olives in a red-wine vinaigrette.
Formerly known as Pizza Oom Mow Mow, it has been rethemed as part of Paradise Garden, a Victorian-era outdoor dining courtyard. Freestanding beer and corn dog stands sit outside the plaza. Salads are large enough to spilt three ways; say "hold the olives" (for another ingredient) for a fresh-mixed serving.
Themed with a backstory involving an Italian immigrant family that keeps enlarging an increasingly popular restaurant, this counter service venue provides a wide variety of food, making it good for large groups of people with diverse palates or diets. Don't miss the various photos and clippings mounted on the walls, with ringing endorsements such as(they've) got a bill of fare that'll make your eyes pop right through your cheaters!