The culinary crew at Amici Italian Café constructed a menu brimming with pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and calzones fit to stuff empty stomach canyons. Embark on mouth-filling journeys with a helping of hot wings ($7.95 for 10) or a saucy meatball sub ($8.50). House pasta creations include four-cheese lasagna ($11.95), and prosciutto ham and artichoke cappelini swimming in a savory sea of white wine, lemon, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, and cracked black pepper ($11.95). Fresh spinach, mushrooms, and feta cheese mingle atop the blonde greek pizza ($12.95 for an 11"), but hungry inventors can also build their own pies, calzones ($8.95+), or edible cotton gins with more than 30 topping options.
Johnny's New York Style Pizza brings pizza-induced bliss with authentic NYC sauce ladled over thin and fresh crust and specialty toppings, as well as a variety of classic Italian fare and pasta dishes and a wide selection of beers. After perusing the menu, customers may choose a 16-inch wheel ($12.25) that rotates the flavorful spokes of steadfast smearings such as pepperoni or green peppers ($0.75–$3.05 per topping). Or, for extra credit, industrious high-school students can dissect the four chambers of the artichoke heart, unless they prefer pesto adorning their pies. For lunch, try a special combination, such as a slice of pizza with one regular topping plus a small garden salad and a soft drink ($5.55). Dinner orders for the pizzaly disinclined abound, such as Johnny’s classic lasagna, with layers of seasoned ricotta, mozzarella, meatballs, and sausage baked in a marinara sauce.
Giuseppi's Pizza & Pasta's dough-slingers compile fresh produce with authentic Italian meats and cheeses to create mouth-watering pies fresh from a stone hearth oven. The encyclopedic menu teases appetites with oven-baked chicken parmesan served over a heaping pile of spaghetti and covered in marinara made from California tomatoes ($9.95). Homemade dough can be tossed into thick disks or pies thin enough to make an atom feel excessively thick, then covered in toppings such as the mega meaty's quartet of pepperoni, ham, meatballs, and italian sausage ($19.95 for a 16”). Choose from one of many philly cheesesteaks or hoagies ($7.50–$7.95 with choice of a side), or forego traditional sandwiches in favor of a baked signature weggie, a pizza-dough purse accessorized with fillings such as marinated buffalo chicken and creamy homemade ranch sauce ($7.95). Guiseppi's also carbonates their own sodas in flavors such as cherry, raspberry, and strawberry, which can be sipped slowly or used in a squirt gun to spray a misbehaving middle school principal.