The pizza experts at Steve’s Wood Fired Pizza knead fresh dough into thin disks, slather them with house-made sauce, and toss them into an Italian-imported wood-fired oven, where they acquire a smoky aroma and crackling crust. The flame-licked pizzas have earned a slew of accolades, not only for their dark and well-done crusts, but for their more than 55 toppings such as applewood-smoked bacon, grilled vegetables, marinated shrimp, and caramelized onions. Rather than fold their menus into paper sailboats, guests can showcase their creativity by personalizing their own pizzas down to its cheeses and blend of herbs. Once crafted, pizzas find their proper place inside an intimate dining room, where 13 tables dot a welcoming, homey interior.
The flames inside the stacked stone oven at Tucci's lightly char thin pizzas made with 20 types of toppings and five kinds of cheese, including ricotta and fresh mozzarella. Below modern lights that hang overhead like glowing popsicles, cheesy pizzas pair with sautéed spinach, broccoli rabe, and escarole with sausage and fire-roasted chicken. While sipping on glasses of wine, guests can ask servers about getting pizzas on multigrain bread, or retreat to the outdoor patio.
Authentic Brooklyn Pizza deftly dispatches hunger pangs with an ample menu of thin-crust, Brooklyn-style pizzas and Italian eats. Patrons can taste the tossed-and-true standards of a gourmet pie, such as the Grand Central with a savory spread of carbonara sauce, mozzarella, bacon, and onions ($11.99 for a 10") or the Bayonne, tastefully decorated with marinara, mozzarella, chicken, and basil in the shape of the New Jersey state bird ($11.99 for a 10").
The chefs at Rock City Pizzeria marry house-made pizza dough and sauces with an arsenal of toppings and a vast selection of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Harnessing the power of fresh bread and produce from local sources, the eccentric rock-'n'-roll-themed eatery doles out pizzas, subs, burgers, wings, and breakfast fare. Design a veggie-laden outfit for a 16-inch pizza ($12) with more than 20 styles of toppings ($1.50 each on a medium pizza), or scarf down specialty pies such as a 16-inch buffalo chicken pizza ($15 for a medium). Build a maze to house a 6-ounce greek burger ($7.95), or sink teeth into a 6-inch chicken parmesan sub ($6.95). Hungry commuters can grab a quick breakfast at any time of the earth day, including bagels such as the hawaiian, toasted and topped with cream cheese and pineapple ($3).
As a pleasantly unpretentious pizza and pasta paradise, Rotelli entices regulars who stop by for lunch and dinner to gather with friends, raise a few glasses, and indulge in fine Italian meals. The menu taps its homeland heel with light starters, such as bruschetta italiana ($6.99) and crispy calamari ($9.99). It sends a swooping high-kick well north of Sicily with chicken parmigiana, layered in ricotta and mozzarella, served with pasta ($15.99), and hand-tossed Napoletana pizza, dressed in pepperoni, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, and sausage ($10.99 for 10", $18.99 for 16").
Vegeterian Seafood Restaurant with 5 star Dishes at Affordable every day prices. We use only the freshest ingridients and all dishes are prepared to order. From our famous hand tossed pizza to our incredible seafood dishes quality and patience is used to produce a top dining experience. We offer Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.