Pizza in Lake Como

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Domino's recently reformulated its pizza recipe, which puts the buyer in command of a plentitude of pie-personalizing possibilities. Take those new flavors for a test drive with two large one-topping pizzas, selecting from an array of tasty cheese crowns that stretch into infinity like a taffy pull in a black hole.

1508 E Michigan St
Orlando,
FL
US

When preparing one of its customers' favorite pizzas, the chefs at Peteys Pizza top crusts with pepperoni, ham, bacon, sausage, and cheese. This pizza, aptly named the Porky Pig, is one of a dozen gourmet pies on the menu. Other options include toppings such as boneless buffalo chicken tenders and fresh spinach leaves dunked in alfredo sauce, rather than Dunkaroos icing. Italian fare, including hot and cold sandwiches, hand-rolled meatballs, and lobster-stuffed ravioli, rounds out the menu.

2425 E Colonial Dr.
Orlando,
FL
US

At Eastside Bistro, nestled within the Fashion Square Mall, an expert culinary team crafts gourmet burgers, flatbreads, and steaks. In the kitchen, wings receive a slathering in one of eight sauces before diners chow down on them along with barbecue pulled pork sliders and pesto burgers. Shrimp stuffed with lump crab meat sates the stomach as flat-screen televisions and a billiards table appease the eyes of diners situated indoors, while an outdoor seating area accommodates those who prefer free-range oxygen. Eastside Bistro pumps up their pub fare with live music every Friday and Saturday, and its catering department preps massive platters for onsite or offsite events and luncheons.

3461 E Colonial Dr
Orlando,
FL
US

The menu at Doc’s Streetside Grille may be only two pages, but it includes a diverse selection of dishes that showcase ingredients from a variety of cuisines. Guests can soak up the pub atmosphere with beer chili served in a bowl or on cheese fries, or keep it light with an almond-crusted goat-cheese salad with fresh spinach and strawberries. A bit of Mexican flair is introduced in dishes such as seasoned mahi-mahi tacos and a taco pizza with black beans, beef, and olives. Apple barbecue sauce sweetens a half-pound burger with bacon, and for after dinner but before 10 p.m. Scrabble, serious sweet tooths can share baked brie for two, which is slathered with raspberry marmalade.

Though the menu appeals to diverse palates, Doc’s seeks to bring people together. The restaurant fosters a community of sports fans by broadcasting regular games on TV, and encourages regular visits with events such as live music and trivia.

1315 S Orange Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

Gitto's Pizza?s chefs top hand-tossed crusts with innovative topping combinations. The cordon blue pizza leaves off the red sauce, and instead slathers bleu cheese atop the doughy orb, along with ham, chicken, and plenty of mozzarella. The lasagna pizza, on the other hand, uses a tomato sauce base to host layers of layers meatballs, sausage, and ricotta cheese. These same sauces and meatballs?made fresh by Gitto's chefs?also fit into pasta dishes and hot sub sandwiches. And regardless of when hunger strikes, patrons can stop into Gitto's 24 hours a day.

120 S Orange Ave.
Orlando,
FL
US

In the kitchen of Fratelli’s Italian Restaurant, cooks lightly fry calamari, sauté shrimp with olive oil and garlic, and assemble platters of homemade lasagna or fettuccini alfredo. Out in the spacious dining room, vegetarians can dig into eggplant parmigiana or customize a 10”-18” pizza with vegetables and buttercream frosting. Fratelli’s also offers free delivery.

114 South Orange Ave.
Orlando,
FL
US