Open until midnight or later seven days a week, Frankie V's serves a triumvirate menu of Italian, American, and Mexican fare. Attend a vegetable mixer with an order of homemade spinach and artichoke dip ($6.99) or immerse your tongue ladle in a bowl of classic italian wedding soup ($2.99). A sicilian pizza struggles to contain salami, capicola, ham, pepperoni, sausage, bacon, red onions, and meatballs ($15.99–$21.99), and Julliard-trained forks twirl Frankie V's signature spaghetti, tossed with sautéed garlic, fresh mushrooms, basil, and sun-dried tomatoes backstroking in a creamy tomato sauce ($10.99). Pacify whining bellies with an order of italian sausage and peppers ($10.99) or sample the assortment of burgers ($6.99–$7.99), paninis ($7.99), and burritos ($7.29–$8.99).
The family that owns and operates Roberto's Pizza prepares savory pies and Italian dishes following their own time-tested recipes. Pizza options range from the BLT pizza with mayonnaise to the more traditional Sicilian pizza with ham, artichokes, olive oil, oregano, and mozzarella. Hot subs, fresh salads, and Mexican dishes are a few other specialties. For dessert, try an italian ice or cannoli made with fresh ricotta cheese.
No two pizzas are created alike, but most of them look about the same. Not so at Jet’s Pizza, a carry-out and delivery-only establishment created in 1978 by brothers Eugene and John Jetts—their signature pie layers tomato or barbecue sauce and melted mozzarella cheese within the crispy, brown right angles of a deep-dish square crust. But the crust’s charms don’t end there; diners can “flavorize” it for free with seasonings such as shredded parmesan or the Turbo Crust, a blend of butter, garlic, and romano. These extras are what make Jet’s pizzas special; John Jetts says “If you're eating one of our pizzas and you don't have a smile on your face, then something is wrong." In addition to pies, Jet’s serves four flavors of chicken wings, subs, and breadsticks at locations spread across 13 states and two extrasolar planets.