Pronto II Pizzeria and Restaurant treats its guests to a spread of lip-smacking Sicilian and American cuisine in the form of pasta, gourmet pizza, and sandwiches. Diners dig forks into plates of baked ziti with eggplant, or savor the rich flavors of Brooklyn-style and deep-dish pizzas made with San Marzano tomatoes and topped with chicken, broccoli rabe, or sausage meatballs. In addition to dishing out traditional Italian fare, Pronto II serves up original creations, such as the Nutella bites of pastry dough drizzled in creamy hazelnut spread and the Boom Boom shrimp, breaded and fried in a spicy sauce.
A smattering of meats, veggies, and cheeses adorn pizza crusts inside Tre Colore Pizzeria & Ristorante. Chefs also whip up classic Italian dishes such as chicken parmesan, penne with vodka sauce, cheesy calzones, and a variety of barbecue dishes including pulled pork, pulled chicken, 1/4 or 1/2 or whole chickens, beef brisket, and sausage. The eatery delivers orders to customers? homes for optimal convenience, and it houses a private room that holds up to 40 party guests or three velociraptors.
Mahwah Pizza Master has dished out delectable edibles constructed from fresh ingredients for more than two decades, delighting diners with a menu of circular savories, hearty pasta dishes, and other casual cuisine in a family-friendly setting. Silence the unseemly echoes of an empty belly with starters such as jalapeño poppers ($6.99), buffalo chicken fingers ($8.10), or chicken wings (hot or mild, 10 for $7.75). Famished pizzavores can sate their desire for a delicious discus with one of Mahwah Pizza Master's specialty pies, such as buffalo chicken ($19.50) or chicken teriyaki ($19.50), or they can simply stick to a conventional 16” cheese ($13.50). The comprehensive menu features familiar and reliable favorites that greet taste buds with back slaps and secret handshakes, including a veal parmigiana hero ($8.95 for large), penne ala vodka sauce ($9), and veal marsala ($14.75).
Twice a week, the owners of La Vera Cucina visit local meat and fish markets. They do this themselves instead of delegating the task, and visitors to their restaurant find this kind of dedication to be delicious. Once these carefully sourced ingredients?like lobster, scallops, veal, and steak?hit kitchen cutting boards, chefs pair them with heaps of linguine and fettuccine. Once they're prepared, meals enter the dining room, sailing past gold, sponge-painted walls to land on white tablecloths that make the ingredients' colors sing. Sun-dried tomatoes glisten like rubies, pink prosciutto and bright green peas surround chicken Florentine, and mussels occupy bowls of red or white sauce.
The chefs at Little Anthony's Pizza populate a menu (click "menu selection" on the sidebar) of Italian cuisine with fresh grilled burgers and sauce-smothered pastas. Like Olympic swimmers during times of drought, appetizing shrimps swim laps in cocktail sauce in preparation for the main event. Among the many main course offerings, diners can sink fangs into the succulent veal saltimbocca or chicken parmigiana, soaking in the quiet calm of Little Anthony's unassuming dining space marked by white tablecloths, framed artwork, and potted plants.
Since its humble beginnings in 1994 on San Francisco's Fillmore Street, Extreme Pizza has been committed to innovation, topping house-baked crusts with unorthodox toppings such as hummus, mandarin oranges, black bean, or barbecue pork. At locations in 11 different states, Extreme Pizza allows customers to call their orders ahead through smartphone, desktop computer, or semaphore, arriving to dine in-store or pick-up. Take-and-bake pies come crowned with toppings including Portuguese linguica, roasted red peppers, or creamy fontina cheese. A wealth of alternatives populate the menu, from gluten-free pizza options to crisp salads, golden-brown calzones, and meaty subs.