Jo's pizzas are always made in house from fresh ingredients, customized to each customer's specifications, and baked in a flaming inferno of fiery pizza-love. Jo's offers four sizes of pizza to satisfy the hunger of rapidly expanding stomach collectives—10 inch, 12 inch, 14 inch, and 16 inch. Choose any of Jo's 27 toppings to play a pizza solo ($8.95, $12.95, $15.95, $19.95), or go straight for one of Jo's famous specials ($11.95, $16.95, $20.95, $25.95). Devour the meatlessly beefy veggie special (olive oil and garlic sauce, spinach, artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and mushrooms) or eat an appropriate Sooner (red sauce with bacon, chicken, sausage, hamburger, pepperoni, Italian sausage, and hot-link slices). For a surprise, get the Gift and turn any pizza on the menu or of your imaginative creation into a small, medium, large, or extra-large calzone, proving that you can have your pie and fold it over into a calzone too. Wash it all down, or just pour a soda over your meal beforehand, with a soft drink (kids $1, adults $1.95).
Stars & Stripes Pizza offers thin 'n' crispy and hand-tossed crusts and a union of sauces and toppings from a selection of 20-plus, including garlic butter sauce and breakfast bacon that turns back into a ham when the sun sets.
Of course, diners can order one of 10 specialty pies, such as a Greek-inspired pizza topped with mozzarella and gyro meat. Said meat reappears in the pizzeria's gyro sandwich, while the other pizza ingredients can fill customizable calzones or finish their order with salad and wings. True to its patriotic name, Stars & Stripes even includes free cinnamon sticks or breadsticks with purchases made with a valid military ID.
Danny B's thin-crust wizards Dan and Randal hand toss pizzas with fresh ingredients and sauces made daily. The creation of each savory cylinder begins with a selection of one of six sauces, including Danny B's hot sauce, classic alfredo, and parmesan-laced garlic-butter pesto, which can be ladled on pizza or used as ink when signing a mortgage. After the construction of the flavor foundation, a choice of three ingredients adorns the pizza's tasty top. Pancetta bacon and meatball halves dally with cremini mushrooms on one disk, and a neighboring circle feast supports a delicate network of fresh basil, cream cheese, pepperoni, and the weight of a thousand hungry stares. A trio of friends or friends-in-law can thwart thirst by sipping three bubbly sodas.
Gatti-town’s all-you-can-eat buffet feeds the fires in gamers’ bellies with an unlimited downpour of more than 40 edible options. Pile tongues with aisles of entrees that include pizzas, pastas, salads, cheese sticks, cinnamon sticks, and desserts such as the dutch apple treat pizza ($3.99–$6.99 per person for buffet plus $0.99–$1.49 each for beverages). Big-screen TVs in the dining rooms begin stuffing brains with entertainment to prepare them for a smorgasbord of automated amusement.