The family behind Broadway Pizza and Pasta has been baking New York-style pies since 1985. Fresh ingredients are the foundation of the restaurant's Italian-American eats, adding robust flavor to the house's pastas and homemade marinara. Signature dishes include the lasagna calzone, with three cheeses and homemade meat sauce, and the white spinach pizza, a sauceless pie with two cheeses and fresh spinach, tomatoes, and garlic. A BYOB policy encourages diners to linger over their meals, and a 4 p.m. opening time on weeknights discourages early birds from becoming even earlier birds.
For everyone’s entertainment there are Ferrari Bumper Cars, A Pirate Ship, Roller Coaster, Animaland and a large Soft Play area with tubes tunnels and slides and a variety of token operated skill games. Planet Pizza is a great place to visit any time and provides good food and fun in a safe and clean environment.
At Jimano’s Pizzeria, we strive to make the perfect pizza from fresh, hand-tossed dough to the finest and freshest ingredients! We offer our customers what they want - their choice of great ingredients or a selection of specialty pizzas with thin, double dough, deep dish or stuffed crust. Then, we bake it to perfection.
What do an angry Italian, a buffalo, and Vanna White have in common? Probably very little, aside from the fact that they are all specialty pizzas at Olive's Pizza. The long list of specialty pies encompasses everything from a basic margherita to sweet and sour chicken. For those who like to be in charge, build-your-own pizzas are available, and pastas, subs, salads, and strombolis are also on the menu. Olive's Pizza is BYOB.
Meal maestros at Fontana's Italian Bistro festoon New York–style pizzas, hearty pastas, and hot or cold subs with fresh ingredients imported from Italy. After poring over the menu, diners can order six garlic knots ($2.50) to jump-start appetites or tie off half a dozen ponytails. Carnivorous incisors slice into the 18-inch extra-large meat lover's stuffed pizza ($24.99) or the sicilian deep-dish pizza with cheese and sausage ($16.99), and veggie-leaning palates can opt for the flora-filled flavor of the eggplant parmigiana sub ($5.99). Forks twirl into creamy beds of linguine with white clam sauce ($7.99), and taste buds heat up with the shrimp diablo ($10.99), a dish spicier than a tabloid feature on Posh, Baby, and Scary.