Blue Moon Pizza's menu of clever, tempting entrees, including its crispy, thin-crust pizza and creative salads, has propelled the restaurant to the top of the pizza food pyramid. Boggle your seas with a Mediterribbean jerk-chicken pizza ($10.79 for personal), topped with caramelized onions and cayenne-candied bacon, or try to tame the spicy flavors of the Luna ($19.49 for medium), with chorizo sausage, black olives, and jalapenos. Other signature items include Grandma's Pizza ($24.99), a 16" Sicilian-style pie topped with cheese, olive oil, plum tomatoes, sliced garlic, and fresh basil, and the cobb salad ($10.49) served on pizza dough with chicken, avocado, cayenne-candied bacon, crumbled blue cheese, onions, black olives, and roma tomatoes. If the creative entrees leave any gastric gaps, a warm chocolate-chip cookie topped with vanilla ice cream ($4.99) should help achieve maximum satiation, or gargle your dessert with a cheesecake martini, concocted with Cruzan vanilla rum, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice (specialty martinis are $6 on Thursdays). Blue Moon also has a gluten-free menu. Lunchtime drop-ins can take advantage of Blue Moon's lunch special: two slices of cheese pizza and soda for $4.99.
For nearly 20 years, G'Angelo's has mesmerized mouths with its mellifluous menu of pizzas, subs, pastas, and more. Each day, its hot oven births pies ($4.99–$10.99) teeming with fresh toppings ($1–$1.50 each). Sink fangs into one of G'Angelo's specialty pies ($9.99–$15.99) such as the house special, a symphonic spread of meats and veggies, or enter the produce-permeated veggie, its lush dough villa furnished with mushrooms, onions, green peppers, cheese curtains, and tomatoes. Meanwhile, G'Angelo's family lasagna dinner includes a choice of four toppings and comfortably feeds four estranged relatives ($15.99). Diners fearful of silverware can hand-hold a wide selection of calzones ($4.99, $.79 for toppings) and subs ($3.99–$6.50).
Twisted Kitchen’s smorgasbord of fully customizable dishes offers something for everyone, from pasta lovers looking for the perfect combination of sauces and cheeses to finicky kids who only eat foods with nine letters. Amid the exposed brick walls and corrugated-metal accents of the dining room, guests can choose fresh ingredients to create their own pasta dishes, wraps, and salads, building meaty or all-veggie dishes with "twists" such as bacon, garlic butter, and sun-dried tomatoes. Diners who are rendered speechless by the sheer number of possibilities can order ingredient-predetermined items such as How the West was Twisted, with cavatappi, grilled steak, handmade pico de gallo, and cheese sauce.