South of Philly Pizzeria
South of Philly Pizzeria tosses together sandwiches, pasta, and eponymous pies using hand-lobbed crusts and 100%-fresh ingredients to create its menu of Italian ingenuity. Its inventory of signature pizzas ($11–$19) spans from the ferociously carnivorous “T-Rex” to the “Apollo,” a not-so-mythical mélange of spinach, olives, fresh tomato, and feta cheese on a roasted-garlic-butter base. Fans of overturned edibles will covet the calzone and create-a-zone (starting at $7.50), while pasta twirlers can tackle the chicken cacciatore ($8) or the Philly-inspired phettucini alfredo, which exudes brotherly love ($7.75). Each of the savory steak sandwiches is fortified with a half pound of shaved rib eye, and comes with a plethora of topping choices—from the provolone, fried onions, sweet peppers, and mushrooms of Da Bomb to the marinara and mozzarella of the pizza-steak sandwich, the Italian equivalent of Frankenstein’s monster ($7.50 each).