$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza and Italian Cuisine at Moonlight Pizza Company
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Artisan pies with 50 creative toppings, from pepperoni and tomatoes to chèvre and mandarin oranges
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$10 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Calzones, and Drinks
The menu includes build-your-own pizzas ($9.50+ for 12", $13+ for 16") that can be covered with basic toppings ($1.50-$2.25 each) including pepperoni, tomatoes, and roasted corn or specialty toppings ($2-$3.25 each) such as mandarin oranges, chèvre, and pistachios. Specialty pies include the veggie, herb, and lemon-zest Greenhouse Effect ($16.50–$21), and calzones and stromboli start at $8 each.
Moonlight Pizza Company
Moonlight Pizza Company doesn't settle for traditional pizzas. Instead, their artisan chefs sprinkle pies with more than 50 gourmet toppings, including avocado slices, pine nuts, and shiitake mushrooms, and construct gluten-free crusts upon request. They extend the same care to the rest of their menu, which spans a variety of casual Italian dishes, such as calzones, antipasto, and strombolis. Their salads come with a choice of six dressings that, like US ambassadors' gingerbread body doubles, are made from scratch each day. Their Farm to Fork Craft Menu presents guests with new entree options each month while continuing to use locally grown ingredients.
Outside, tree-covered outdoor seating on two recently improved patios complements mouthwatering slices and buttery crusts. Inside, bright-green walls create a vibrant backdrop for exuberant conversations or cooking shows with lots of special effects.
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