Camy's staff masters an eclectic spread of cooking styles, whipping pizza dough into shape, flipping meats on their grill, and layering a range of sandwich fillings to create dishes from their multifarious menu. Ten specialty pizzas stand out from their wealth of wings, pasta, and grilled eats with their creative topping combinations, such as the Midnight ($11.99 for a 10"), a disc slathered with alfredo sauce, strewn with grilled chicken, and sprinkled with mushrooms in the shape of common constellations. The South Seas ships ham, pineapple, and extra cheese to diners, and Sunset pies mix mozzarella, provolone, and grilled chicken atop a sun-dried tomato-pesto sauce (each $11.99 for a 10"). Patrons can follow their own bread blueprints at Camy's sandwich bar ($4.79 for a 4"; $9.49 for a 16") fully stocked with six types of sliced meat, cheeses, hearty garnishes, and, for diners with bonfire permits, spicy jalapeños or pepperoncinis. Guests can savor their suppers in Camy's dining room, or swift drivers also ferry orders within their delivery area to silence hungry bellies grounded or too busy to leave the house.
Juicy Jim's provides the pizza-loving populace with a stomach-inspiring array of homemade pizzas, pastas, and other Italian-American comfort foods. Get started with Southwestern cheese sticks ($5.50 small) or homemade seasoned fries ($1.75 small) before cramming your pie hole with New Jersey–style pizza ($9.05–$25.25, with toppings starting at $1.75) made with the same care and tenderness that's earned the Garden State the moniker Eskimo-Kissing Capital of the World. Vegetable zealots can load up on flora such as banana peppers, jalapeños, fresh garlic, and pineapple, and protein partisans can pick from meatballs, bacon, beef, steak, and more. Calzones and stromboli (starting at $8.25) are available for diners who prefer their meals in a conveniently throwable format, and an array of create-your-own-pasta formulations gives pastatarians the option to enjoy fettuccine with red-wine shrimp sauce, linguini with Alfredo sauce and grilled chicken, and other custom combos ($10.95). A hearty selection of beers ($3 to $4.50) including Rogue Dead Guy Ale, New Belgium Fat Tire Ale, and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, help keep tongues pliable and mouth knives rust-free.
The Pizza Shack pulls up a seat for any champion citizen who craves the consumption of a piping-hot meal in a pipingly unpretentious atmosphere. If you're in the mood for a bear fight, hang a fang on "The Shack Attack," a carnivorous pizza coated in pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, shredded steak, pulled pork, a zookeeper, red onion, and a drizzle of barbecue sauce ($19 for a large). For a lighter meal, peruse the menu for single-serve slices ($2.50) and appetizers such as jalapeno dippers ($4.75), breadsticks ($3.75), and personal calzones with your choice of three toppings ($4.75).
Amerigo's dark, wood-paneled interior and orange-hued walls paint a picture of the quintessential Italian restaurant, a hunger-inducing setting ideal for business meetings and poorly timed breakups. When evening stomach grumbles need snuffing, Amerigo's menu answers with decadent Prince Edward Island mussels ($12) swimming in garlic wine broth, diced tomatoes, and capers, and paired with grilled bruschetta. A wood-fired grill and wood-fired oven infuse Amerigo's smoky foodstuffs with a flavorful variety of tree flesh. From a pasta selection that stretches to Rapunzel-like lengths, diners may choose a savory smoked chicken ravioli in parmesan cream sauce ($13) or a breaded eggplant parmesan ($15) atop angel hair. Post-dinner sugar seekers can crown an evening of romance with an indulgent tiramisu ($6.50).
The pizza chefs at Johnny Brusco’s pack a menu full of saucy dough disks, which can be customized with a lineup of fresh veggies and meats. Warm up appetites with an order of garlic knots, which come tinged with a crisp golden brown color and carefully tied by an accomplished Eagle Scout. The restaurant's skilled pie personnel sling large New York–style pizzas in a full regulation size of 16 inches. Add personality to your pizza without the hassle of assigning it a Social Security number by decking the crust out in any of 15 regular toppings, which include minced garlic, pineapple, or zesty italian sausage.
People wage wars at America’s Incredible Pizza Company—against other drivers on the go-kart track, golfers on the glow-in-the-dark mini-golf course, and the limits of their own stomachs at the buffet. The funporium’s buffet—featuring more than 100 items—centers on pizza, including original, thin, and deep-pan crust (gluten-free upon request) crowned with more than 30 toppings. Verdant greens and freshly made dressings await visitors at the popular salad bar, and the baked-potato station comes with every necessity for side-dish construction, from cheese to the bacon bits from which bacon is built. A variety of sauces enliven the buffet’s fettuccine and spaghetti noodles, and homestyle eats on offer include hot dogs and frito pie.
In the indoor adventure park, meanwhile, gamers zip around a track in two varieties of go-karts—the stock-car speed and the slower Busch speed—as announcers report each turn. Visitors also can instigate harmless car crashes in the bumper-car area or spend five frames toppling pins during mini bowling.
Specializing in thick, Sicilian–style deep-dish pizza, Jet's has indulged palates since 1978, when the eponymous Jetts brothers opened the first joint in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Crusts buckle under the weight of mozzarella cheese and toppings such as grilled chicken and black olives, accompanied by sides such as hot wings, cinnamon sticks, or Jet's Bread topped with cheese, garlic, and butter. Stacks of meat and veggies pile onto piping-hot subs, and a variety of healthy salads helps to avoid the wrath of the Food Pyramid's ancient golems armed with giant wooden tongs.