Macaroni and cheese might not seem the likeliest of pizza toppings, but CiCis Pizza serves just such noodle-topped, cheesy creation at the buffet and in to-go boxes. Traditional, thin crust, and deep dish pizzas, dotted with toppings such as jalapenos, Italian-style sausage, and pineapple, pair with garden salads, garlic breadsticks, and apple dessert pizza, all of which may be feasted on at home or as a part of the appetizing buffet.
Kostaki’s Pizzeria’s cooks hand-toss their dough, lending it an airy texture before stuffing it with mozzarella and cutting it into St. Louis-style squares within its Cherry Hill kitchen. They can customize pizzas with gyro meat, banana peppers, and the piquant sauces that also flavor their chicken wings. They also whip up a 14 specialty pies, such as a BBQ Chicken, Hawaiian, and the Flagstone, which hoists hefty toppings of peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, ham, and italian sausage. The restaurant rounds out its menu with chicken wings, half-pound Angus beef burgers, gyros, and beers from Boulevard and Leinenkugel.
The kitchen crew at Imo’s Pizza has been decorating slices of South Saint Louis–style pizza—which substitutes provel cheese for mozzarella on a thin crust—since its founding in 1964 by Ed and Margie Imo. Now with more than 90 locations, the business delivers its signature pies throughout the state. The Deluxe piles fresh, never frozen mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and tomatoes over cheese and juxtaposes with the All Meat, whose original thin or thicker crust bolsters sausage, pepperoni, and both canadian and regular bacon.