At the BYOB pizzeria, coffee house, and gallery Medici on 57th, the art doesn’t just hang on the exposed brick walls; it also covers the furniture. The weathered wood of each table and chair is scrawled with images and words from past diners, all who have enjoyed an eclectic menu of deep dish and thin crust pizzas, deli sandwiches served with shoestring fries, and angus beef burgers on potato buns. And though the restaurant tops it pies with such gourmet toppings as goat cheese, roasted chicken, and German ham, guests may also opt for the garbage pizza, which comes smothered in sausage, ground beef, pepperoni, and Canadian bacon. Regardless of the meal, indoor patrons enjoy their food surrounded by vibrantly colored paintings, stained glass, and gargoyles. Alternatively, the outside patio opens its doors to canopied seating and kaleidoscopic flowers during the warmer months. The BYOB policy allows one to imbibe spirits in a dry district, while alcohol-free beverages include fresh squeezed lemonade, thick smoothies, and ice cream floats.