The pizza makers at Palio's Pizza Cafe crown regular, whole-wheat, and gluten-free crusts with fresh vegetables, preservative-free sauce, and roasted chicken. Chefs take the burden of putting together the best toppings with 17 specialty pizzas that pair gourmet ingredients such as artichoke hearts, roasted chicken, and fresh basil pesto. Ovens create bubbling pies, stuffed calzones, baked ziti, and italian sub sandwiches that servers carry through both chic, cozy locations. Leather-lined booths and flat-screen televisions keep diners comfortable and entertained while they enjoy Palio's BYOB policy and sip wine or Capri Sun pouches brought from home.
Serving fresh and speedy pies across America for more than 50 years, Little Caesars now sates appetites worldwide. Select from 12 toppings to design a sumptuous, made-to-order 14-inch original crust ($5.99 with one topping; $1.30 for each additional topping), or plumb the savory strata of a large cheese deep-dish ($7). Little Caesars' large Hot-N-Ready pizzas ($5) are available to drop-in patrons posthaste, eliminating stress caused by unexpected and hungry houseguests. And, after tasting italian cheese bread ($3.99) and Caesar wings with barbecue or buffalo sauce ($4.99), tone-deaf taste buds find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics.
Ferry yourself to international flavors with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Italian drinks and dishes at Fortuna Grill, a homey Frisco eatery specializing in unpretentious eats that, despite its name, does not offer any sort of fortune-revealing dessert.
Many of the 90 hand-selected wines at Josephine's Italian Bistro are from Italy, making them all the more appropriate to pair with regional Italian dishes. Villa Pozzi pinot grigio, for example, crackles with floral notes and acidity crafted by a Sicilian family, allowing it to pair well with lobster ravioli and fried calamari. Fresh herbs and cheese heighten flavors of other dishes made with seasonal fish and meats, hot sausage, tomatoes, and basil. Sun-dried tomatoes, gorgonzola cheese, and pine nuts add to the palette of time-tested Italian ingredients. During Sunday brunches, omelet sizzle in skillets alongside fresh fruit, and a waffle iron cooks dough into crisp treats or maps for checkers.