Guarino's crafts flavorful stone-oven-baked pizza from hand-tossed, fresh dough bedecked with house-made sauce. The restaurant's crusty canvasses—available in ranch, Cajun, parmigiana, and garlic-butter flavors—serve as the ideal medium for creative connoisseurs perfecting customized mozzarella masterpieces ($8.95/medium, plus $1 per topping). Patrons can also choose from specialty pies, such as the roasted-garlic shrimp pizza topped with a host of edible ornaments, including sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil ($17.95). Guarino's slings a variety of Italian entrees and hot and cold sandwiches, such as the foot-long chicken parmigiana hoagie ($6.95) and the smaller-than-a-breadbox cuban panini, a meaty mound of salami, ham, pork, and swiss cheese ($6.95). Delivery and dine-in options nourish on-the-go noshers and garlic-immune vampires alike.