At Zinger Chicken and Pizza, diners fill up on myriad chicken dishes and styles of pizza. The chicken dishes range from a crispy chicken sandwich to a stromboli covered in buffalo chicken and blue cheese. The pizzas run the gamut from the chicken-and-broccoli pie to one topped with a trifecta of meatballs, sausage, and pepperoni.
Don't let the eatery's name deceive you, though. The culinary team whips up other dishes, too, such as seafood platters, pasta, and, for dessert, cherry cheesecake.
In 1918, Giovanni Tacconelli arrived in America and built a brick oven in which to make his signature breads. These breads were eventually pushed aside to make room for his mother’s tomato pies, but nobody seems to be complaining. Today, the same oven continues to cook the same pies topped with light cheese and—of course—a thick, heavy tomato sauce.
Guinness World Records will confirm that Pizza Brain holds the largest collection of pizza memorabilia in the universe. But at the center of the posters, flyers, and paraphernalia is a working gas oven that kicks out gooey, cheesy slices with a secret-recipe house sauce and all the requisite toppings.
Cuisine Type: Italian-American Cuisine
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 5?10
Parking: Free street parking
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Pizza Warehouse's chefs spend their days crafting sixteen specialty pies and an equal number of stuffed stromboli for hungry diners, but they don't stop there. Cooks also whip up burgers, pasta, and even seafood platters, in addition to perpetually popular hot sandwiches such as cheesesteaks. Additionally, they prepare breakfast eats such as omelets for early risers and those who foolishly forgot to refrigerate their leftover pizza so they could eat it cold in the morning.