Serving fresh and speedy pizza across America since 1959, Little Caesars has grown into a huge, international carryout phenomenon. Pizzas featuring fresh dough are made to order in large ($8.99 for up to three toppings) and large deep dish ($9.99), mimicking the spectrum of sizes seen on nature's pizza trees. Toppings range from classic pepperoni and sausage to canadian bacon and pineapple. Return as the conquering hero of your family and save your twins the trouble of hunting down bipedal mastodons by picking up one of Little Caesars HOT-N-READY pies ($5.55). The large-sized HOT-N-READY pizzas are available in pepperoni or cheese, and can be picked up any time without the need to order ahead. Fans of three-dimensional eats can try the Italian cheese bread ($4.99) or chicken wings ($5.99 for 8).
Jet City Pizzas start from the crust-up. Cooks press dough made from micro beer batter into the bottom of pans, or hand-toss buttermilk discs into shape. A gluten-free formula accommodates dietary needs, and a Seattle-style thin crust gains its trademark flatness by resting under an entire edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Next come the toppings, ranging from the Jumbo Jet's traditional mixture of meats, onions, and peppers, to such creative entries as the Gyro, a melange of tzatziki sauce, gyro meat, red onions, and Roma tomatoes. And if pizzas aren't enough on their own, there are plenty of sides, available, including cheesy garlic bread, saucy wings, and meatball grinders.
At Frankie's Pizza, Italian–style gourmet pies begin with house-made dough prepared daily, topped with fresh cheese and a colorful array of veggies and meats. Cooks sprinkle on cilantro and pile on unique ingredients including pepperoncini and mild italian link sausage, accented with sauces in flavors such as zesty pesto ranch. Frankie's Pizza caters to patrons' individual dietary needs with gluten-free crusts, and provides optional sunbeams for customers who photosynthesize.
Venice Pizza & Pasta delivers authentic Italian cuisine directly to the homes or mouth portals of hungry humans. The chicken-rustica specialty pizza, dressed in marinated chicken, spinach, roma tomatoes, basil, feta, and mozzarella ($11.55–$22.75), graciously glides down esophagi.
In the kitchen of Romeo's, Thanasi prepares Italian and Greek dishes. As the hot grinders, bubbling pasta dishes, and flavorful pizzas sail out to the dining room, they join a two-decades-long history of dishes devoured in the intimate dining room. Here, guests also feast on baked lasagna, stuffed grape leaves, and veal parmesan, their eyes wandering to the restaurant's murals, the gleaming black bar, or the feta-topped pizza at an adjacent table.
Portofino Pizza & Pasta sates sauce-craving hungers with homemade pizza dough and artful concoctions of elegant ingredients. The fresh Italian menu lures taste buds toward shores filled with caprese salad, a scintillating blend of mozzarella, basil, tomatoes, and olive oil ($8.75). Pasta bowls stare enviously at decorative eagle-painted plates with idle lives while carrying hearty entrees, including gnocchi, Italian potato dumplings baked with prosciutto and fresh basil in gorgonzola sauce ($12.95). Meanwhile, DJs spin the latest pizza discs, flavoring the air with combinations such as roasted garlic, spinach, grilled chicken, and mozzarella ($17 for a medium) or the meat lovers’ special, featuring pepperoni, canadian bacon, oregano, mozzerella cheese, and the Italian trifecta of salami, sausage, and pancetta ($18.95 for a medium). Portofino Pizza & Pasta offers outdoor seating for scenery-seeking diners and those involved in a staring contest with the sun.