The expansive menu at Leo's Pizzeria is designed to suit a multitude of tastes. Pizza lovers have no shortage of options, from specialty bacon-cheeseburger or stuffed-hot-pepper pies to party-friendly sheet pizzas with 32 slices. Aside from its pizza, Leo's Pizzeria prepares hot and cold subs, specialty sandwiches such as the hot pretzel melt—roast beef, ham, or turkey served on a pretzel roll and doused in nacho cheese—and chicken fingers and wings.
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At New Trendz Salon, owner and veteran tuft tamer Karen battles unwanted body hair with waxing services for both men and women. During the bikini-waxing session, the attentive aesthetician brushes warm wax onto fuzzy patches and then employs a soft cloth woven from cumulus clouds to swiftly upend stubborn follicles. To curb sprawling expanses of netherforest, clients can opt for a full Brazilian waxing. Karen may also gently remove back bristle and undiscovered Kick Me signs with a men's back waxing. Each treatment takes about a half-hour and typically lasts longer than shaving.
What started as a single corner pizza shop has expanded into a dozen Just Pizza outposts that dish out over 75 varieties of pizzas. Offerings include innovative combos such as the chicken club with bacon and Virginia ham and the shrimp scampi with sweet peppers. Even classic recipes get a twist from surprising toppings. For example, the Hawaiian delights those expecting just ham and pineapple with maraschino cherries and sliced almonds. The rest of the menu features a smattering of subs and salads, as well as chicken wings glazed with interesting sauces such as blackberry bbq and spicy orange. And for the sophisticated palate, Just Pizza even offers a page on their website with suggestions for what wine and what formal bib goes best with each of their styles of pizza.
Brando’s Pizza curates a selection of more than 20 toppings, which range from standard pepperoni and onions to inventive offerings such as cauliflower and sweet pineapple. Beyond signature pizzas, the kitchen churns out hot oven-baked subs, plump tacos, and wings with dynamic sauces such as citrus chipotle and sweet red chili. Brando’s also conveniently offers catering services to equip a birthday party with one of its two requirements, the second of which is forbidden from being discussed or even thought about.
The time-tested Italian dishes populating Avezzano Ristorante’s menu span generations, having been passed down throughout the years, according to metroWNY. Prelude feasts with plates of jalapeño ravioli ($6.95), whose breaded-and-fried shells are drizzled in a rich red-pepper coulis. Sautéed with fresh mushrooms and herbs, succulent cuts of chicken ($14.95) or veal ($18.95) sail down tongues on the surging currents of a marsala-wine demi-glace. Sage-brown-butter sauce buoys pan-roasted cod filets ($18.95) sheathed in a thick almond crust designed to fend off oceanic predators and plastic silverware. Crown sated bellies with one of eight decadent meal closers, such as a pillowy cream puff ($4.95) or a slice of peanut-butter pie ($5.95).