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Anthony Russo, a first-generation Italian, spent years in the kitchens of his parents and other Italian chefs learning authentic Italian recipes for sauces and pastas. He eventually drew on his experience kneading New York?style pizza to open his own chain of coal-fired pizza franchises. Exposed bricks surround the burning embers at the core of the oven, which bakes thin-crust specialty pizzas, such as escargot with pesto, alongside heart-healthy pies with fresh spinach and artichokes. After sliding out golden-crusted pizzas and singed fairy-tale witches, chefs fill ovens with calzones and flatbreads. A full wine list supplies bold cabernets and crisp pinot grigios.

6418 S Staples St
Corpus Christi,
TX
US

The best pizza and subs in Corpus Christi. Fresh ingredients and hand-tossed crust make us better than the rest. One of the largest draft and bottled beer selections available in Corpus!

6335 S Padre Island Dr
Corpus Christi,
TX
US

An homage to the end of Prohibition, Roosevelt's at 7 pays it forward with a menu boasting American plates, 45 microbrews, and a slew imports on tap, as well as hard to find bottles of beer from countries near, far, and imaginary. The aura of 1930's personalities grace Roosevelt's at 7 with inspired dishes such as the Coolidge’s Cuban sandwich ($10) with spiced pork and Swiss cheesy goodness, Capone’s Spanish Pizza, with pesto, Spanish prosciutto, soppressata, cappocolo, Spanish chorizo, peppadews, pepper jack cheese, and years of delicious back taxes ($12). Or, try Frank Sinatra’s Spring Fettuccini with homemade alfredo sauce, spinach, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms, fresh basil and lemon zest ($8). Pair any of Roosevelt's paninis, salads, appetizers or entrees with Belgium's Delirium Tremens or the All American Fat Tire ale, or try a sweet cider for contrast.

821 N Main St
McAllen,
TX
US