Pizza Street loads its menu with pizzas ($14.89–$19.99) that bear heaps of bubbly golden cheese and meats and veggies ranging from the traditional to the gourmet. Rafts of bacon and jalapeño steer through currents of creamy ranch dressing on the chicken-ranch pizza ($16.99–$21.99), and ground beef and veggies on a fiesta cruise dive into oceans of refried beans atop the taco pizza ($16.99–$21.99). Roast beef, ranch dressing, and two kinds of cheese melt into palatable poetry inside the fresh-baked bread of the Blake sandwich ($4.49–$7.49), which can be enjoyed by the light of a half-moon calzone with three fillings of your choice ($5.49).
The Keramidis family simmers freshly-cut basil in marinara sauce, filling George's Pizza & Gyros with the aromas of herbs. Eight other sauces dapple thin or deep-dish crusts, which they top with more than 30 toppings, from asiago cheese to hot cappicola. Greek influences shine through in five varieties of gyros stuffed into pita breads like poems from love-struck bakers. The Keramidis family supports community fundraising, and says they have donated more than 400 pizzas to various worthy causes.
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Marco's Pizza founder Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco 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 cheeses.
A decades-old recipe, dating back to the early days of Justin's Pizza, gets a hearty workout every day—each batch of dough and every ladle-full of sauce is made from a recipe that first sprung to life in the ‘70s. Fresh, flavorful toppings enhance the classic, time-tested pizzas, with traditional offerings standing alongside more unusual entries, such as sauerkraut and double-crust. As guests chow down on the savory pies, bottled and draft beers stand ready to quench thirst, ranging from Fat Tire and Corona to the Dollar Beer, which costs $1.