Though its gourmet pizzas pile on eclectic toppings from feta and hot peppers to buffalo chicken, that’s not the only variety available at Venice Pizza. A menu longer than Popeye's list of felony-assault charges spans from hot sandwiches to quesadillas and jumbo buffalo wings. Platters pile fries, fish, and other meats onto one plate, and strombolis, gyros, and pasta also accommodate eaters not in the mood for a slice.
Though Yummy Grille chefs work alongside the pizza-makers of A1 Pizza & Sub, their cuisine is from a different world entirely. Instead of New York-style pizza and American favorites, chefs whip up dishes from the Mediterranean— from flavorful steak shawarmas to crunchy falafel wraps and sizzling chicken kabobs. They take a healthy approach to cooking, grilling meats in lemon juice and vegetable oil rather than deep-frying them or stuffing them with M&Ms. They pair their sandwiches and platters with traditional Mediterranean side-dishes, including savory hummus dip and plump grape leaves filled with rice.
Located inside Mr. Pizza, Yummy Grille prepares a menu of sandwiches and hearty Mediterranean cuisine. Diners can sink teeth into marinated-steak shawarma, chicken-breast kebabs, or a Yummito—the spot's signature tortilla-encased falafel with rice and vegetables.
Taverna Corvino's seasoned chef uses nothing but the freshest and most authentic Old World ingredients to put together a menu of pastas, paninis, and hoagies for lunch and dinner. Begin the evening with a trio of fried risotto balls lightly coated in three cheeses and served with dipping sauce ($6), or the spicy jumbo prawns sautéed in garlic, butter, white wine, and chile flakes ($11). Taverna Corvino boasts a variety of homemade pastas, so feel free to sample a few among the table, such as three-cheese baked macaroni topped with pancetta ($13) or the MD crab ravioli stuffed with sweet lump crab and blended cheeses and topped with olive pesto ($16). Or fill your belly to the brim with flatbread pizzas featuring ingredients like fresh spinach, eggplant, albino anchovies, sweet Italian sausage, or shaved pecorino ($8 for a pizza with two toppings, extra ingredients $0.50–$1 each).
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There are lots of ways to get your pizza fix at Zella's Pizzeria, which is back under original ownership. The quickest, perhaps, is to order one of the house's signature gourmet pizzas such as the roasted eggplant topped with roasted red peppers and kalamata olives. But diners with time and energy to spare can pour over the menu to build their own pizza. All pizzas start with freshly made dough before diners choose from six sauces ranging from traditional tomato to herbed olive oil and more than 30 toppings including green olives, fresh tomatoes, and roasted garlic that can be consumed willy-nilly or reorganized on the pie to make the Italian flag. The same top-quality ingredients that go into Zella's pizzas are used to make smaller dishes such as spinach and artichoke calzones and meatball sandwiches.