Numero Uno Pizza has been cheesing up Chicago–style deep dish and spinning out New York–style pies since 1973. The pizza spot's menu, brimming with eight specialty pizzas ($14.95+ for a medium), travels from the shores of Hawaii with pineapple chunks and canadian bacon to the sands of Santa Fe with smoky barbecue sauce and chicken breast. Pie aficionados orchestrate their own masterpieces from a choice of crusts ($4.95 for a 7” individual) lavished with a selection of 20+ toppings such as feta cheese, pepperoncini peppers, and artichoke hearts ($0.75–$1.95 each). Diners can close the hatch of a genoa-salami-and-cheese submarine ($8.95 for a footlong) and venture into the depths of the ocean, or climb up mountains of triple-chocolate Blackout cake ($4.95) in search of glory and napkins.
A beautiful slice of Jersey.Giovanni Ristorante prides itself in making people feel at home by how and what we prepare for their honored guests. This is the foundation of their southern style Italian Restaurant. We assure you that our freshly made food and will always be filled with the care and commitment that you deserve.
Since founding Nicola's Kitchen in 1990, Kate and John have only expanded their culinary horizons, drawing their Italian-based menu toward shores both distant and near. Today, the chefs cite Californian and Thai flavors among their influences, cultivating a menu that only becomes more inventive and flexible as time passes. Breakfast entrees include red velvet pancakes, rosemary chicken pasta scrambles, and Nicola's signature cinnamon focaccia?a sweet dish made with pizza dough. For lunch and dinner, visitors choose chopped antipasto salads brimming with artichoke, garbonzo beans, Canadian bacon, and provolone; vegetable risotto with pesto-Chardonnay cream sauce; flat iron steak, and cilantro-dotted linguine topped with Thai grilled shrimp.
Big Mama's & Papa's Pizzeria sates appetites with a slew of handmade pizzas, fresh toppings, and casual Italian fare at 17 Los Angeles–area locations. Menus vary by location, and include specialty pies such as the garlic-chicken pizza or a build-your-own-calzone option that supplies more than 40 toppings to stuff inside freshly made calzone dough. Gluten-free and whole-wheat crusts address dietary preferences, and catering service transports piping-hot morsels directly to birthday parties or traffic-court dates. Customers can also pick up a free birthday pizza on the day of their birth.
Let the warm red and gold hues of La Finestra's décor pique your light lunchtime appetite for a Caesar panino with chicken breast, romaine, Caesar dressing, and parmesan cheese ($10) or a cup of handmade pomodore tomato soup with lemon and garlic ($6). La Finestra, Italian for "The Finestra," really excels at dinner fare. As the evening lights of LA simmer, whet your palate with antipasto La Finestra, a platter of imported meats with cheeses, roasted red bell peppers, and marinated calamari ($12, $18 large); or decorate your date-charming chompers with a rustica salad of radicchio, arugula, endive, mushrooms, and shaved parmesan ($7, $10 large). The veal scaloppini di vitello comes in several varieties—basted in wine, with fresh-chopped tomatoes, or with asparagus and mushrooms ($22)—and is hard not to refuse to refuse if you haven't yet refused concurrent offers from the ravioli aurora (stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach and drizzled with pink sauce, $15) and the thin-crusted pizza portofino (with mozzarella, gorgonzola, and caramelized onions, $15). La Finestra's friendly, accommodating staff will do their best to prepare your pizza any way you wish.