Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli serves up an endless selection of sandwiches, such as a turkey club or BLT. Come prepared to feast at Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. The whole family can enjoy a meal at Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli with its kid-friendly fare. If space is what you're looking for, Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli has plenty of room for larger parties. Free wifi is available as well.
No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli — it's strictly casual. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli cater for you.
Bring your car to dinner and easily find a space in the area — street parking is available, as is a nearby lot.
With prices below $15 per person, you can eat at Hobby's Hoagies Pizza and Deli as often as you like!
Behind the counter at Top That! Pizza, a colorful collection of more than 30 toppings, 10 cheeses, and 8 sauces await each pizza-lover’s creativity. They first pick from three crusts, including honey wheat, then choose sauces such as Thai peanut and basil pesto to adorn their personal-sized pies. Lastly, they select from locally sourced toppings such as marinated ribeye, Polish sausage, and applewood bacon, as well as regional cheeses including asiago and gorgonzola, before their creation is baked to a golden crisp in just three minutes. Customers can then sit down to enjoy their customized pie at the restaurant, or take it home. It’s the concept of combining choice, quality, and speed come to fruition that Top That’s creators envisioned years ago. Today, locations stretch across Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado, and menus make room for baked dishes such as chicken alfredo and meatball marinara.
Drawing on skills he refined at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale, Benvenuti's Ristorante's executive chef, Anthony Compagni, deftly incorporates contemporary touches into the menu's traditional, Old-World recipes. Hints of saffron lend a twist to the lobster ravioli, and herb-crusted lamb chops appear alongside sautéed watercress and greek yogurt. Although he imports handmade pastas from Abruzzo, Italy, Compagni also makes mozzarella in-house and sources local, organically grown produce whenever possible.
Wooden cube shelves dominate the dining room's brick walls and display a selection of wines from the restaurant's 150-bottle-strong wine list, which includes representative tipples from countries around the world. A rolling, library-style ladder allows servers to effortlessly snag a bottle from the higher shelves without the hassle of welding spare corkscrews into a jetpack.
At Uncle Vinny's NY Pizza, cooks decorate New York–style pizza crusts with nearly two dozen toppings that range from pepperoni and buffalo chicken to veggies such as broccoli and fresh tomatoes. But before layering on hearty ingredients, they can prep the crust with garlic and ricotta cheese or a drizzle of hot oil—a house signature. Alternatively, the toppings can join more classic marinara sauce or be tucked inside of a calzone or glove compartment before a road trip. After ordering pizza, hero sandwiches, or baked lasagna at the counter, guests can lounge at one of the tables dressed in a red-and-white checkered cloth or take their food to go.
Strips of beef sizzle on the grill until nearly caramelized on the outer layer; then they reabsorb their juices while resting on a plate with sautéed onions, bell peppers, and a generous sprinkling of monterey jack cheese. The result is alambre, and it’s one of many original recipes invented by the chefs at Habaneros Mexican Restaurant, according to the Edmond Outlook. Another novel dish is the pork chili verde, where pieces of marinated pork simmer in green and red salsa. Diners can also sample more traditional Mexican entrees such as chiles rellenos—poblano peppers stuffed with cheese and chicken—or fajitas with chicken or beef.
The chefs at All American Pizza bake up classic and specialty pies adorned with toppings to please many tastes. Meaty morsels include pepperoni, sausage, bacon, and beef, and pieces of colorful produce include green peppers, black olives, tomatoes, and pineapple. The alfredo-chicken specialty pizza transports sliceholders to Italy, and the hawaiian pizza ferries the salty-tangy combo of canadian bacon and pineapple to taste buds. Calzones keep their cheesy fillings and love of rom-coms hidden inside a golden-brown crust, which dunks gracefully into a side of marinara sauce.