Expect a bold, irreverent experience when you dine at Carmines. Murals by local artists on the wall accent the eclectic interior. Loud 80s hairband rock blares in the background. Even the menu is sassy!
General Manager Mujo Orhan leads a tightknit crew that consistently delights customers. Out of its small 2,100 square-foot footprint, Carmines generates impressive sales productivity.
This is where homesick New Yorkers go for their Italian food in metro-Atlanta. When you step into the dining room, the rich garlic aromas make your mouth water for Vincent’s traditional Northern Italian casual dining fare.
Through community outreach efforts, Vincent’s holds a special place in the hearts and minds of local residents.
Lola’s is just a short four minute walk from its Riverside neighbor Carmines. When you arrive at the restaurant, look up: hanging from the rafters is Lola on her full-size motorcycle (don’t worry, it’s just a mannequin)! Peak around at the exposed brick walls and you see masterfully painted car hoods narrating the restaurant’s Dia de los Muertos theme.
Credit for restaurant’s impressive sales growth goes to the Lola’s team, led by General Manager Carlos Ramirez.
Over our careers, the Clean Plate team has sampled LOTS of sushi. We can unequivocally say that Sono ranks with the best of the best. The hand-picked team places extraordinary care into each dish. The freshness of the fish is unparalleled, the micro-greens are grown on-sight, and the flavor combinations are truly inspired.
Located in the heart of Downtown Raleigh, Sono features a modern chic interior. Rich colors and subtle lighting relax the senses before taste buds are thrilled.
Joe’s is a culinary cornerstone for the Alabaster community. Crowds keep returning because the portions are huge, the food is delicious, the prices are great and guests are treated like family. While the pasta and pizza are amazing acts, the star of the show is the homemade cake. Each slice is moist, addictive and... the biggest piece of cake you’ve ever seen in your life!
We have an experienced staff of hospitality professionals who make Joe’s the #1 Italian occasion for the south Birmingham suburbs.
Take a step back in time when you walk into Hamburger Inn and sit down at the vintage soda-shop counter. Come prepared to enjoy American classics like fresh beef burgers, home-cut fries and ice-cold sodas.
Founded in 1932, Hamburger Inn is an institution in Delaware, OH. While the burgers are delicious, don’t forget about the cinnamon buns. They are baked in house, making an excellent breakfast... or dessert!
Half of NOCA's seating resides on a beautiful outdoor patio. In the center of the patio is a stone fire pit where diners can gather to enjoy a glass of wine before or after their meals. The chic indoor dining area welcomes guests with stone and wood accents.
NOCA's New American cuisine is elegant but approachable. Playful appetizers like wasabi deviled eggs and strawberry bruschetta precede serious crowd- pleasing entrees like bone-in beef short ribs and seared day-boat scallops!
Monterey Grill is a cornerstone of the Port Orange dining scene. Over the past seven years, the restaurant has delighted the local community with fresh California-inspired bar & grill cuisine.
The light-filled interior is clean, crisp and relaxed. Monterey offers a daily brunch menu with several iterations of eggs benedict, delicious 3-egg omelets and waffles. Lunch is comprised of fresh crowd-pleasing salad, sandwich and burger favorites. With something for every palette, dinner features an array of pastas, chicken, fish and hand-cut steaks.
Moon Dog Pie House is the St. Johns cousin of Carmines Pie House. The 3,063-square-foot interior is full of colorful graffiti and eclectic decorations. The menu serves crowd-favorites like pizza, calzones, wings, salads and subs.
Under the leadership of Jonathan Eastly, Moon Dog’s operations are executed at a high level — earning a strong reputation in the St. Johns community. Moon Dog ranks #3 out of 38 restaurants in St. Johns on TripAdvisor.
Malibu Beach Grill is the fine-casual sister restaurant to Monterey Grill in Port Orange, FL. It holds a prime location within the Pavilion at Port Orange shopping mall. The prominent 4,815-square foot facility has a beautifully decorated interior with a fluid, modern ambience.
The menu showcases a fine-casual selection of fresh, California-inspired cuisine, anchored by aged, hand-cut steaks and acclaimed seafood. Malibu is open for dinner all week long with lunch offered Friday through Sunday.
Doc’s is a Marble Fall’s institution serving excellent seafood, steaks and drinks. The rustic interior of the restaurant creates the sensation of a lodge at a fish camp!
The Doc’s team is warm and welcoming – they think of each, as family. While fresh fish with flavorful sauces is the core of the menu, don’t miss Prime Rib Night on Thursdays – there’s a line out the door!
Zest’s central location on Canton Street places it in the heart of historic Roswell. The restaurant serves a delicious array of cuisines including sushi, oysters and tapas-style small plates.
The exterior of the restaurant features extensive patio seating. The interior of Zest is highlighted by two large bars that serve refreshing hand-crafted cocktails.
MarketPlace Grill offers a wide array of fresh American cuisine including popular favorites like the baby-back ribs, chicken tenders, jambalaya pasta, and the signature dessert: the chocolate mess sundae.
These restaurants are cornerstones in their respective local communities. The well-tenured and professionally-trained team at MarketPlace will delight your family on their next visit!