Winners Take & Bake Pizza makes every kind of pizza you can image. The staff crafts a fresh dough pizza on a disposable bakeable tray, and you bake the pizza within 24 hours of purchase. Instead of slathering pizza in the traditional tomato sauce, diner can feel free to experiment with a pie covered in olive oil and mozzarella, buffalo sauce and black olives, or creamy garlic herb sauce and salami. The possibilities are as varied as one's tastebuds can handle. For those who can?t decide whether to layer pies with three types of olives or pineapple and provolone, the restaurant?s offer predetermined pies. Options include everything from an Italian combo with six different meats to a blue cheese bacon burger pizza that?ll challenge any preconceived notions about what fast food looks like. Sandwiches and salads are also available, with offerings of tuna melt panini, salami and cheese subs, and chicken caesar salads.
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Clad in all black, one of the behind-the-scenes staff stretches and tosses a ball of The Garlic Knot's fresh pizza dough. Once slathered in sauce, cheese, and any number of toppings, it slides into the stone-deck oven, alongside the eatery's eponymous garlic knots. New York–style pizzas fill out the menu, with specialty pies named after Big Apple landmarks, such as the Carnegie—a white pizza with chicken, broccoli and garlic—and the Stock Exchange with sausage, green pepper, and red onion. Diners can also choose from pasta dishes and made-to-order subs, and kids satisfy voracious appetites and learn to speak conversational Italian with the help of the children’s menu.
More than 1,200 miles separate Corelli's Pizza and Pasta from New York City, though you wouldn't know from inside. Chefs Joe and David toss together generously sized New York–style pizzas; their medium pie measures 14 inches across and their extra-large pie measures one standard bigfoot foot: 18 inches. To help branch out from the standard pizza shop offerings, the kitchen staff also prepares pasta, sub sandwiches, and calzones and organizes a wine-tasting club.
Sample a wide variety of tasty menu items at Humpys, where New York-style pizza reigns supreme. Munch on a gooey concoction of dough and toppings with a medium margherita ($13.50) or Hawaiian ($13.50) pizza. Hungry mouths may enjoy catching a frisbee of pizza flatbread, which is offered in varieties such as barbecue chicken ($8) and mushroom with caramelized onions ($8). All of Humpys's dough is made fresh daily with a crust crafted from traditional Italian and honey-wheat ingredients, hand-tossed and fire-baked for an extra singe of authenticity. Sandwiches are also available in varieties such as the meatball hero ($7.95), and squealing sweet teeth can be sated by biting into the moist expanse of a fresh-baked jumbo carrot-cake cupcake ($3).
Since 1979, the chefs at Bona Italian Restaurant have been baking pans of lasagna, tossing caesar salads, and piling sub sandwiches with Boar's Head deli meats. They craft Italian comfort food, topping linguine with mussels and clams and crowning pizzas with inventive blends of ingredients such as eggplant, bacon, and gorgonzola cheese. Beyond the plates of veal saltimbocca—cooked with white wine, prosciutto, and mozzarella—in the main dining area, a carefully selected vino menu can be found in the newly added wine bar. In addition to sips of grape-based libations, it offers high-top wooden tables and a flat-screen TV perfect for rolling-pin practice.