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Locals rave about the giant pizzas at Red Rose Pizzeria in Springfield's South End. Topping heavy, quality pies are the specialty here. In addition to the amazing pizza, Red Rose also serves up great, authentic Italian dinners. So come see what all the locals are raving about and try Red Rose Pizzeria.
The Club Quarter is the center of Springfield nightlife. Located at Stearns Square and the area immediately surrounding it, the Club Quarter covers approximately 10 blocks of good food, stiff drinks and dancing. Playing home to over 40 of Springfield's hottest restaurants and nightclubs, the Club Quarter is the place to head for a fun night out.
The 350 Grill is just one of the many quality restaurants located in Downtown Springfield. Owned by (and located next door to) on of the region's largest Gentleman's clubs, the Mardi Gras, the 350 Grill is a great place for a wild night out, but is also a quality dining establishment suitable for families. The menu features American classics like Steak, Seafood and Pasta. Examples include Lobster Ravioli, Porterhouse Steak with Roasted Red Peppers and Portobello Mushrooms and Chicken Boursin. The 350 Grill also features a varied tapas menu which is served until midnight and includes such tasty bites as Fried Calamari, Sliders, Spring Rolls and Kebabs.
Tucked within the Springfield Marriott, Currents offers an alluring fare of American cuisine with a contemporary twist. Visit this restaurant to taste the creative concoctions of the executive chef Bill Rounds. If you are not in the mood for a heavy meal, sit at the vibrant bar and sip on some drinks while relishing a light fare. The best time to visit this place is during the week, when it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving hot meals.
Virtuoso is one of the hottest spots in Springfield's Club Quarter. Featuring a sophisticated yet friendly restaurant with creative, contemporary dining, Virtuoso is a great dinner option. The menu is a blend of Italian, American and Asian cuisines, blended together for a unique dining experience. Menu items include Braised Short Rib and Mushroom Ravioli, Wasabi Pea Crusted Ahi Tuna, and Ostrich Mediterranean. After dinner, you can stick around and hang in the Ultra Lounge where you can enjoy cocktails in a classy yet comfortable environment.
The Fat Cat Bar & Grill is located in the heart of Springfield's Club Quarter. Featuring two floors of bar, the upstairs of which has a lounge type feel to it, the Fat Cat also has an outside area for smokers or those who just want to catch some fresh air. Featuring live music during the week and weekends, the Fat Cat is a good place to stop in during your night on the town.
This restaurant's name says it all- Booze, Blues and BBQ. Theodores' has been awarded a Keeping the Blues Alive award by the Blues Foundation, being named Best Blues Club in the Country, so you know this is the place to come for some real, authentic Blues. But that's not all you'll find here. Also make sure not to miss out on the menu, featuring everything from individual pizzas, to Gumbo, and of course, lots of amazing Barbecue. Don't miss out on drinks like the World's Greatest Margarita and Bayou Punch. Theodores' is just a little taste of the Deep South in New England.
This historic restaurant has been around since the 1930's, and stands on the site of a 17th century fort constructed to protect the small village of Springfield. Today, the Student Prince still stands in the same building with its original interior woodworking and has been voted one of 21 Legendary Restaurants You Must Visit by Gourmet Magazine. The menu is mainly German, with a varitey of Schnitzel and Wurst along with other German specialties, but also has a smattering of other classics such as Chicken Marsala and Rack of Lamb. The menu also includes some more unusual options such as Marinated Grilled Ostrich, Pig's Knuckle and Grilled Baby Beef Liver for more adventurous diners.
Max's Tavern, located at Springfield's Basketball Hall of Fame serves up classic "chop house" cuisine. Menu items include such classics as Meatloaf, Old English Style Fish & Chips, and classic steaks served with one of Max's sides. In addition to this tasty menu Max's bar features snack items such as BBQ Pork Sliders and Honey Roasted Turkey BLT. Max's is a great option to refuel after a long, hall of fame day.
Pazzo Ristorante (formerly Carmela Ristorante), has taken up residence at the Basketball Hall of Fame. The menu is classic Italian, with everything from Veal Parmesan to Brick Oven Pizzas, Pastas, Risottos and more, Pazzo is a wonderful choice, whether you have business at the hall of fame or not. Make sure you save room for one of their decadent desserts like Chocolate Souffle or Wild Strawberry Cake. Pazzo also features a good selection of wines by the glass and California and Imported wines by the bottle.
White Hut, a Springfield institution since 1939, is one of the best and cheapest places to grab a great meal on-the-go or enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere of the 1930s. Enjoy hot dogs and hamburgers at this incredible retro diner where the simple menu of just cheeseburgers, hamburgers, hot dogs and French fries. White Hut is a local favorite that also travels around to local events, like The Big E, ball games and other popular festivals in the Springfield region.
Established in 2008, Lattitude is the brainchild of chef Jeffery Daigneu, who has years of professional experience up his sleeve. His creations include a tantalizing American fare with a contemporary twist. Do try out the popular dishes this place has to offer: Chef Jeff's Fried Chicken, Seafood Hot Pot (filled to the brim with various goodies from the ocean) and Grilled Pork Chop. Those who would love to gorge on fresh catch from the sea, can have a gala time at the raw bar. The restaurant follows the policy of locally sourcing their ingredients, fresh from the farm.