With a sunny outdoor seating area and a menu packed with casual Italian treats, Vendetta Pizza Cafe is determined to win the fight against esurient tummy trolls. Eating engines rev up with homemade jalapeño poppers ($6.95), which come stuffed with cream cheese, bacon, and imported pop extract. The deluxe pizza ($5.75 per slice) escorts awe-struck tongue buds through a decadent protein party replete with bacon, beef, pepperoni, and sausage, while the Tree Hugger pizza ($4.75 per slice) assembles a peaceful army of vegetables for meat-free munchers. Wrap hands around a grilled or fried chicken parmesan sub if you prefer your cheese and marinara hidden ($6.95), or hone the art of food-spelunking by navigating through the layers of homemade lasagna ($9.75).
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.
Within a casual yet stately dining room decorated with ornate paintings and baroque chandeliers, Tour de Italy creates captivating Italian comfort fare with a wealth of succulent ingredients and impeccably fresh dough. With this deal, you can choose from Tour de Italy’s 15 specialty pizzas, which are decked with a wealth of tempting toppings and concocted to display the flavors of a specific Italian region. The Tour de Napoli gives dough devotees a familiar mix of flavors, blending pepperoni, sausage, onion, mushrooms, and green and roasted peppers atop a Sicilian red sauce. Sing all 940 verses of the Italian national anthem before digging into the Tour de Pescara, which provides a light foundation to its steak, portabello mushrooms, artichoke hearts, feta cheese, and kalamata olives. The buffalo chicken pizza brings familiar bar fare to more refined heights, as a ranch or blue cheese base is adorned with marinated chicken breast, cheese, bacon, and onions. Though not covered with today's Groupon, Tour de Italy also creates hearty calzones, stromboli, and hoagie melts to satisfy hungry hands beneath its olive-colored ambience.
Baci Italian Cuisine serves a collection of authentic Italian fare during lunch and dinner hours. Aquatic appetites can nosh a seafood appetizer such as the fried calamari ($8), then finish meals with homemade manicotti made with ricotta cheese and mozzarella cheese ($6–$29). Noodlers can try the carbonara, which combines prosciutto, parmesan, and fettuccini ($9–$35). Then after dinner, a piece of tiramisu will please palates with espresso-soaked ladyfingers, mascarpone cheese, and cocoa ($5), and a cup of cappuccino prolongs another night spent dreaming of steel children and living motorcycles ($3).
Since 1977, Partners II Pizza has been stifling rumbling stomachs with a pizza-centric menu consisting of gourmet pies, calzones, specialty sandwiches, pastas, and more. Gastrogeometrists can quell cravings for circular foods with a veggie pizza ($15.65 for 12")––a doughy tray baked while holding sauce, mushrooms, onions, red and green peppers, black and green olives, and extra cheese––or relish the zest of a potato specialty pizza ($9.90 for small), which is pizza-shaped dough topped with sour cream and layered with potatoes, green onions, bacon, and cheddar cheese. With an expansive menu and lack of fire-breathing waiters, Partners II Pizza is the perfect place for a pie-sharing first date or for people with meltable eyebrows.