Partners II Pizza’s expansive menu bursts like a bag of flour with gourmet pies, over-stuffed calzones, specialty sandwiches, and scrumptious pasta dishes. Guests can strategically arrange toppings such as fresh mushrooms, spinach, pepperoni, and jalapeños ($1.20–$2 each) on a doughy disc ($6.75–$14.50+) for a masterpiece that rivals Dali. Diners can also dig into the potato specialty pizza ($10.50 for small; $18.50 for large), which boasts a sour-cream base layered with bacon, green onions, cheddar cheese, and enough potatoes to starch an astronaut’s uniform. Nonpizza fare includes the Caesar salad wrap ($6.99), chicken parmesan hoagie ($6.29), and lasagna layered in fresh ricotta, mozzarella, and meat sauce ($7.25).
Baci Restaurant boasts a diverse, international wine list and a menu teeming with authentic Italian entrees. Savor the creamy finish of risotto alla genovese, where sausage, asparagus, and homemade pesto frolic with italian arborio rice ($19.95). Fresh pasta disobeys lifeguarding advice by stuffing itself with cheese, ham, and mushrooms before swimming in a light cream sauce in the tortellini alla emiliana ($15.95), and the linguine zio alfredo provides lost lobster chunks with a new home composed of spicy tomato sauce, wine, and linguine ($22.95). Gather supertasting superpowers and host a deliciousness summit over the vitello al toscana, veal scaloppini accompanied by parma ham, peas, mushrooms, and a pink brandy-singed sauce ($18.95).
Within a casual, yet stately, dining room decorated with ornate paintings and chandeliers, Tour de Italy creates captivating Italian comfort fare with a wealth of succulent ingredients and impeccably fresh dough. Pizza purveyors deck the menu's 15 specialty pizzas with a wealth of tempting toppings to display the flavors of a specific Italian region, such as the Tour de Pescara ($11.25 for 10", $18.95 for 16"), which provides a light garlic-oil foundation to its steak, portobello mushrooms, artichoke hearts, feta cheese, and kalamata olives. Calzones and stromboli swaddle their oven-eager toppings in a protective layer of dough, keeping fillings, such as the seasoned chicken, mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and mozzarella of the chicken fajita ($9.95), defended against fiery ovens and biting insults from jealous, inedible oven mitts. A multitude of salads ($3.95–$9.75) and hoagie melts ($4.95–$7.75) also sate Italian appetites in the restaurant's olive-colored ambiance.
The menu at Nancy’s Pizza teases open mouths with a flavorable variety of stuffed and thin-crust pizzas alongside taste-bud-tempting starters, salads, and sandwiches. Prime palates with eight zesty Italian chicken wings ($8.75), or lodge tiny bites of garlic bread ($3.79) discretely into your mouth to savor melted mozzarella and ward off table vampires. Pizzaholics can choose from 27 fresh ingredients as they build a 2.5-inch-thick pie from the ground up, or they can opt for a signature stuffed option such as the chicken cacciatore ($22.19–$29.59) or Nana’s special, stuffed with muscle-building spinach and mushrooms ($19.09–$25.29). Roasted Italian-beef sandwiches ($6.79) and Greek salads ($5.75–$8.99) fill empty stomachs on court-mandated pauses from pizza consumption.
B.C. Pizza boasts a menu of multiple pie toppings, crusts, and sauces that give hungry bellies full creative control of their meals. Nimble hands bake classic dough into crusts and astronaut helmets, flavoring them with garlic or parmesan at the behest of their guests. In addition to choosing from four sauces that run the gamut from creamy to spicy, diners decide which of 16 toppings will festoon the cheesy expanse, considering anchovies, bacon, and jalapeños. Pies pair with baskets of breadsticks fresh from the oven and eight leafy mixes tempt tines, such as the garden salad's broccoli and tomatoes. An effervescent bottle of soda cleanses palates between bites and quells the body's natural urge to spontaneously combust.