Giavano’s sates sauce-craving tongues and cheesy appetites with a classic menu of gourmet Italian fare in a casual setting. Meaty pizzas, including the swiss and bacon ($7.95–$22.95), can be shared with a clan of finger-food fanatics or cardboard cutouts of giant mutant turtles, and the veggie pizza ($8.95–$26.95) satisfies the garden yearnings of hungry herbivores. Those who prefer their fare enclosed can opt for a calzone ($5.95) or an appetizer of stringy mozzarella sticks ($4.45–$5.95). Sink teeth into the dangerously delicious pepperoni sub ($4.95–$6.95), which longs to be launched into the depths of stomach oceans, or sit down for a classy feast with an array of Italian dinners, including the chicken and broccoli alfredo ($8.95). Giavano's also satisfies picky progeny and the young at stomach with an accomodating kids' menu.
Behind the counter at Mick's Pizzeria, handmade dough regularly pirouettes through the air, flung by the fingers of a pizza chef carrying on the nearly century-old tradition of New York–style pizza making. They top the pies to order, combining flavors from a pantheon of 26 ingredients that range from bacon and shrimp to eggplant and peppers. Delving into the menu, diners also might encounter other pillars of Italian-American cuisine, including chicken parmesan and baked ziti. The cooks supplement their pies with baskets full of tasty chicken wings, slathered in one of six spices and ready to singe taste buds.
Peppino's Pizza subdues cravings by gently lulling them to slumber with a comforting selection of freshly crafted subs, pastas, and city-style pizzas. Sink chompers into a standard tomato pie ($9.95), or experience island vibes with the Mediterranean pizza, which fashions a doughy foundation with eggplant, olives, and garlic ($14.95). Like awkward elementary-school dances, ingredients mingle shyly under the supervision of culinary chaperones who encourage tomato, oregano, feta, and olives to get close—but not too close—inside a serving of Greek spaghetti ($10.95). Sub rolls are made fresh daily and house a multitude of hot and cold tenants, including meatballs ($6.95) and roasted veggies ($6.95). Treat mouths to a 100% Angus-beef burger, such as the pepper-, mushroom-, and bacon-stacked Monster Burger Deluxe ($8.95), or order one pound of boneless Volcanic wings and warm up after carpooling in a coworker’s Zamboni ($7.95).
Sun streams through big windows at The Eatery at Carol's Place as diners sip on steaming cups of coffee and choose from an extensive menu of breakfast and lunch comfort food. Breakfast options include a variety of sandwiches and wraps, sweet delights such as belgian waffels and fluffy pancakes, and family-style breakfast options to share, such as a breakfast pizza with eggs and cheese. Lunch brings classic diner fare such as hearty salads, a make-your-own sandwich bar, burgers, and signature dishes such as Carol's "Famous" Open Faced Meatball or Eggplant Sub with housemade sauce. The casual restaurant evokes a homey feeling with a chalkboard menu, vases of cut flowers, and a cozy corner bookshelf.
I LOVE New York Pizza is a family owned and operated restaurant located in Guilderland NY. All of our pizzas are hand-tossed. Our sauces, and dough are all homemade. Our food is made fresh to order and fresh daily. We offer a variety of food including pizza, salads, pastas, strombolis,calzons
Since 1903, The Orchard Tavern has been hindering hunger pains with a menu of classic sandwiches, salads, burgers, hearty dinners, and more. Protein gobblers or confused vegetarians can order up the meat-lovers pizza, a fresh dough sphere topped with cheese and a conglomerate of sausage, pepperoni, bacon, meatballs, and ham ($12.29). Those ordering for their brontosaurus sidekicks can sample the caesar salad filled with crisp romaine lettuce, onions, croutons, and parmesan cheese ($7.29). With its family-oriented atmosphere, warming fireplace, and historical Albany tradition, The Orchard Tavern is perfect for a hearty dinner with friends or as a warming refuge from an unexpected June blizzard.