Marco's Pizza founder Pasquale "Pat" Gianmarco began helping out at his family’s pizzeria when he was just a boy. The eatery provided a taste of home to the Gianmarco clan, who moved to the United States from Italy when Pat was 9 years old. Together with his father, young Pat learned the secrets to creating exceptional pizza sauce: three different types of vine-ripened tomatoes and spices that can only be imported from Italy or the moon.
The perfected sauce recipe continues to guide Pat’s kitchen operations, although these days he has considerably more help. Marco's Pizza has 350 locations in more than half the states as well as in the Bahamas, each store tossing fresh pizza dough daily before sprinkling on a trio of fresh, never-frozen cheeses.
PizzaVito is your neighborhood pizzeria. Brick oven pizza with the best ingredients available. We also have 8 Italian chef sandwiches that are made to order. You can also enjoy a fresh garden or chef salad. Last but not least, we have garlic knots that are out of this world. Come by and get a slice.
On the "specialty pizza" section of the menu at Johnny's Pizza you'll find hawaiian pies topped with canadian bacon and pineapple and italian specials with sausage and green peppers. But the restaurant's trademark pizzas were inspired by another region: New York. Thin-crust-style pies like those in the Big Apple come sprinkled with bacon, feta, sliced meatballs, breaded chicken, and dozens of other familiar and novel toppings.
The massage therapists, aestheticians, and nail technicians at The Spa at Windward aim to relax, nurture, and rejuvenate clients with a wide array of spa services. In addition to individual services, the spa offers a number of half-day packages that combine massage, mani-pedis, and deep-cleaning facials. Aestheticians also perform specialty skincare treatments that include anti-aging, plant peel, and acne facials; these combine plant-based products with professional exfoliation to smooth out blemished skin and potatoes with too many eyes.
Pizza Patron has a wide selection of menu items such as Specialty pizzas that take on Spanish names, including La Mexicana, packed with chorizo, ground beef, bell peppers, and jalapeños, and the Spinach Clásico, which gets layered with alfredo sauce, baby spinach, and cheese. Crispy pies pair with sauce-drenched wings and churros for dessert.
Ray’s New York Pizza offers a menu filled with delicious New York–style pizzas, pastas, salads, sandwiches, and more, all made from fresh ingredients. Start out by throwing on your best bomb-squad costume and carefully approaching an explosive plate of chicken bursts ($6.75) served with ranch, garlic, or hot sauce, and top it off with a warm bowl of chili ($2.99). Alternately, use bits of candy corn you saved from last Halloween to lure a chicken, gyro, or veggie-filled pita wrap ($7.50) into your mouth trap. Pizzas can be procured in classically foldable slices ($2.75–$4.25) or in 14-inch ($14.15–$18.70), 16-inch ($16.50–$21.25), or 18-inch ($17.75–$22.75) sizes. Meat lovers will appreciate Ray’s meat pizza, which features pepperoni, sausage, ham, and meatballs, while the gourmet veggie pizza will delight herbivores and herbivoyeurs with a conglomeration of eggplant, zucchini, yellow squash, and other legumes.