Brando's combines all the sports-soaked trappings of a neighborhood pub or sports bar with a traditional pizzeria, serving piping-hot Chicago-style pizzas ($12/$15), stromboli ($9.50), and ricotta-rich calzones ($10.50). Build a mozzarella-stick log cabin for deep-fried settlers ($6.50), or complement the glow emitted from TVs during March Madness with a hearty handful of homemade potato chips ($5). A savory steak salad piles on blue cheese and thinly sliced flat-iron steak ($10), and the italian sausage ($8.50) or italian beef sandwich, with hot giardiniera pepper ($8), deliver Windy City standbys. Brando's also dishes out build-your-own burgers ($8, $0.50 per added topping), pastas ($9), and a full omelette ($6, $0.50 per added topping), and a breakfast menu for those who wake up early to watch soccer, cricket, and European baseball, which is also know as American tennis.
Villa Pizza’s menu offers more than 20 toppings to toss on freshly baked, homemade-dough-based pizzas that heat up any hockey-viewing party or air-conditioned igloo. Score a circular creation such as the barbecue-chicken pizza (sauced and diced chicken, red onion, and cilantro, $16.99 for 16”) or a Popeye-pleasing, herbivorous stuffed pie with fresh spinach, ricotta cheese, and layers of gooey mozzarella ($16.99 for a large).
Home of the world's largest deliverable pizza, Big Mama's & Papa's serves mammoth slices of Italian pie made fresh, with preservative-free dough and California cheese. At 18 inches across, the extra-large pizza provides an ample space to decorate with toppings such as artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, eggplant, and meat, and when rolled up, is big enough to occupy most of an NBA center's shoe.