Expert pie tossing and fresh ingredients catapult Romeo’s Pizza into the upper echelons of dough-centric fare. The menu's resident pizzas—ranging from 9-inch bundles of joy ($7.99+ plus $1.50/topping) to full-sheet behemoths ($24.99+ plus $4/topping) perfect for parties with enough space to compose an entire ode to a birthday boy or girl—can be custom-constructed with any combination of six sauces and more than 20 toppings. Patrons preferring demolition without construction can choose one of Romeo’s specialty pies, including Dante’s Peak, a mouth-wowing mountain of sausage, banana peppers, onions, tomatoes, and pepperoni ($15.99 for 12") that fearlessly scales the heights of flavor without recourse to sauce sherpas or pepperoni pack mules. Subs, wings, and crusty-gooey strombolis and calzones ($7.99) further douse the flames of hunger in savory sauces and cheese.
Bexley serves pies adorned with high-quality ingredients, from toppings to the sauce made from scratch to daily-made dough to the encouraging mantras whispered to each pizza while its baking. Choose from Bexley Pizza Plus’s 23 specialty red or white pizzas, including the heart-healthy Farmer’s Market (spinach, broccoli, fresh white mushrooms, Roma tomatoes, and feta cheese), the Ultimate (blanched and fresh white mushrooms with pepperoni and mini pepperonis), and the Greek (artichoke hearts, black olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta). You can also create a half-and-half with any two specialties to create a split-personality pie.
Fashioned fresh by veteran dough-slingers daily, Panzera's pizzas and Italian treats have been making a home in local mouths for the past 35 years. Adorned with homemade dough and sauce, pies range in price from $8 for a 10" cheese pizza to $21 for a 14" Monster with every available topping. Diners choose from 14 different pizza toppings—including mushrooms, capicolla ham, salami, and distilled foodcitement—before the restaurant's traditional deck oven slowly hugs each one to a golden-brown hue. Those looking for nonflat foodstuff can munch on meat- and veggie-stuffed sub sandwiches ($5.50–$6.75), or calibrate taste buds to the measurement of traditional pasta dinners, including spaghetti ($8.50) and manicotti ($8.50), each topped in the house-crafted sauce and meatballs. Today's deal is good for carryout orders only, necessitating creative dinner locations such as a front yard, nearby picnic area, or prison holding cell.
Joseppi's award-winning pies cover the Columbus region like plentiful toppings and melted provolone cover a pizza. Introduce teeth and tongue to The Topper, a house specialty loaded with little pepperonis, provolone, and grated cheeses ($12.99 for a 13"). The Joseppi's Favorite is topped with fresh, house-made italian sausage, cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, and peppers ($13.49 for a 13"), while The Veggie floods flat disks with the earth's crunchy bounty ($13.49 for a 13"). In addition to plentiful pies, a wealth of subs and salads awaits those wishing to diversify their edible geometry. Today's Groupon is valid for dine-in, carryout, or delivery, ensuring flavorful fare is provided for any family dinner or car-based food fight.
Papa Murphy’s, the highest-ranking pizza chain in the 2010 Zagat Fast-Food Survey, serves up a tasty menu of handmade Take 'n’ Bake pizzas made from dough, cheese, meat, and veggies that are freshly prepared every day. After customers choose their pie, Papa Murphy's slice-slingers build the pizza in-store and package it for customers to bake at home in the oven, in a pottery kiln, or over a pile of burning cookbooks. Customers can select one of Papa Murphy's signature pizzas or customize their 'za ($9.99 for a large with one topping) to a more specific taste, choosing from four sauces, three crusts, and more than 20 toppings.
East of Chicago slings several varieties of pizza, including thin crust, crispy crust, pan, and Chicago style (12” only) in 10”, 12”, 14”, 16”, and “outdoor trampoline” sizes. From there, you can pile on the bacon, beef, olives, green peppers, ham, mushrooms, pepperoni, pineapple, and other toppings like so many fraudulent voter ballots. Specialty pizza options include the taco and barbecue chicken varieties ($16.29 for a 14"), while fresh, oven-baked subs such as Italian, meatball, and spicy steak ($4.79 for a 6", $6.99 for a foot) are available for pizzaphobes. Pair your pick with an order of breadsticks ($3.99), boneless wings ($7.39 for 10 pieces), or loaded nachos (fiesta for two, $4.99) before forcibly sedating your sweet tooth with Oreo-covered brownie bites ($3.99), a Jif peanut butter and Smucker's jelly pizza ($4.79 for 10"), or a stuffed apple petezoni dessert.