Pizza forms the cornerstone of the menu at Papa Leo’s. The award-winning pies come in varieties such as chicken cordon blue, Meteor Meat Lovers, veggie garden, and philly cheesesteak. There’s even a pizza covered with buffalo-chicken fingers, the culinary equivalent of scoring a touchdown while simultaneously hitting a home run.
Despite its inventiveness with pies, Papa Leo’s menu branches out beyond pizza. From deli specialties such as a hot BLT or cheesesteak hoagie sub to seafood such as Icelandic haddock, the food roster has something for everyone. There’s even a Mexican bent to the menu—beef, chicken, and steak tacos come with cheese and veggies.
Since its humble beginnings in Edmonton, Alberta in 1964, Boston Pizza has grown into Canada-wide franchise that serves more than 20 gourmet pizzas. The menu boasts more than 100 items, ranging from crispy chicken wings dressed in spicy to sweet sauces and rubs to succulent burgers and sandwiches. Big-screen TVs broadcast hockey or prime ministers' wrestling matches as guests dig into hearty pastas or dive into desserts such as the Chocolate Doughcano.
When the chefs at John's Pizza & Subs? approach batches of pizza dough, they channel the restaurant's three decades of expertise. Across the shop's four locations, specialty pies such as the Bob's Big Mac, whose combination of hamburger, thousand island dressing, and pickles is lauded by the Buffalo Pizza Fest, join made-to-order pizzas crowned with a pepperoni, hot peppers, pineapple, and other toppings. John's Pizza & Subs? is also known for its original chicken-finger sub, as well as other hot and cold subs with unusual names, such as the Godfather, Stinger, italian sausage Nightmare and the ham-and-turkey Hercules, whose more than 5 ounces of meat can sate each of a hydra's heads. Tacos, wraps, and wings help to round out the hearty menu.