Since 1993, the chefs at Opies Pizza have adhered to a simple yet tasty pizza formula—they make each pie with fresh dough, tangy sauce, and tons of toppings. They customize each thick-crust pizza with more than 10 toppings and its own at-bat song. Or they throw together one of Opies' specialty pizzas such as the Maxxed, a catchall combo of two meats and five veggies. Alternatively, they also bake pizza toppings into a 10-inch stromboli.
Since unfurling its first tablecloths nearly 25 years ago, Luigi's Restaurant has served up countless slices of hand-rolled pizza and introduced diners to innovative dishes such as pizza-roagies and fried cheesecake. Hinges swing on double-doored ovens, revealing pizzas topped with ham, anchovies, and tomatoes, as well as Italian classics such as house-made lasagna and tender veal parmigiano. Salads, subs, and sandwich baskets round out the hearty menu.
Miller's Pizza Place is the go-to restaurant to get your pizza fix. From plain pepperoni to ham and pineapple or a heaping pile of fresh veggies, the pizza-makers create pies sure to conquer all cravings. The menu doesn't end with pizzas, though?the chefs also make calzones, subs, salads, jumbo wings, and breadsticks. Takeout and delivery are available.
Balls of homemade dough fly in the air as Posti's Pizza’s chefs spin them into original, New York-style, and Sicilian crusts. Afterward, they slather house-made sauce onto the discs and adorn each one with such bites as bacon, broccoli, steak, and sweet peppers. The pizza dough also serves as the base of wedge sandwiches such as the Big Dawg, an agglomeration of capicola, provolone, fries, buffalo wing sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and creamy Italian dressing. The chefs’ creative ventures continue into the menu’s salad selection, where they serve a mix of veggies and meats such as banana peppers and chicken tenders in a regular bowl, bread bowl, or a bowl carved from a large crouton.
The pie artisans at Artisan Pizza Co ladle homemade sauce over freshly made dough, forging gourmet bake-at-home pizzas for customers to cook from the comfort of their own homes. During the pizza-making process, they pay careful attention to every detail to ensure that each pie leaves their kitchen at the pinnacle of quality and tastiness. In addition, they concoct their gluten-free options in a gluten-free prep area with specially designated utensils to avoid cross-contamination, and, when in season, they source many of their ingredients locally from artisanal enterprises to guarantee they're as fresh and environmentally friendly as a vine-ripened Greenpeace boat. They also whip up salads and bake-at-home cookies that, like their pizza counterparts, come with easy-to-follow cooking instructions.
Siba Cucina immerses its guests in the sensory experience of dining in Italian villa, filling rustic brick and stucco walls with the scent of hearth-baked pizzas and flatbreads, butter and spicy tomato sauce ladled onto fresh pasta, and grilled steaks of salmon and filet mignon. Guests belly up to the wine bar for tapas and imported Italian wines or savor elegant dinners of lump crab cake, housemade meatballs, and pan-roasted sea scallops.