Standalone favorites such as chicken fingers, tacos, and steak transform into pizza toppings at Gerace's Broadway Pizzeria, allowing guests to satisfy multiple comfort-food cravings at once. Along with these specialty pizzas, guests can order traditional pies—sized from personal pies to party sheets—piled with any combination of classic Italian toppers, such as meatballs, mushrooms, spinach, and green peppers. Wings, hot and cold subs, calzones, and tacos round off the menu of party snacks.
The chefs at Great Northern Pizza Kitchen draw upon Italian, Greek, and American culinary traditions while topping pizzas. After tossing crusts by hand, they turn to blue cheese, buffalo sauce, shredded pork, morsels of feta, and pico de gallo. Though some toppings seem adventurous, the mac 'n' cheese pizza and the potato-skin pie, a combination of bacon, sliced potatoes, and cheddar cheese, call to mind simple comfort foods. Tables clatter with plates of salads, pastas, and sandwiches in an 80-seat dining room with exactly enough spots for the 10 families cloned from the Brady Bunch.
Gino & Joe's supplies quick workday lunches and leisurely family dinners alike with barbecue chicken pizzas, hot subs, and Italian food. In the kitchen, pizza specialists hurl discs of dough into the air before topping them with mouthwatering tomatoes or sausage, while cooks nearby assemble subs with thin-sliced capicola or bundle together veggie wraps. Pasta sauces are made fresh each day from imported tomatoes before they coat trays of savory meatballs or dinners of cheesy baked ziti.
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Using time-honored family recipes, Bruno's Pizzeria offers a robust menu of pizzas, subs, homemade soups, and classic Italian fare. A stuffed hot-pepper pizza ignites mouth-roofs with flavor ($15.95), and the "1274" Grilled Delmonico Steak sub ($8.95) appeals to patrons with food-slots too narrow to fit whole pizzas inside. Starving parties of misguided mountaineers can stage a reunion with long-lost pepperoni using Bruno's catering services to feast on dishes by the pan or from buffet packages, which start at $8.95 per person (20 person minimum). Catering entrees include chicken picatta, eggplant parmesan, and sausage cacciatore.