Monster Pizza's dough craftsmen fashion flattened orbs of flavor in distinctly undainty sizes, sating the to-scale appetites of their hearty moniker. Satiation-seekers can choose between a hefty 16-inch circle, or opt for the supermassive signature Monster sporting 30 cheesy inches. Select from classic crust or sweeten slices upon a base of honey wheat, then choose a favored topping to alight upon its flavorful foundation. With adornable options including meatballs, blue cheese, and banana peppers, pizza-painters can bedeck a mouthwatering masterpiece sized to feed a hungry family or a lone, empty-bellied kodiak bear.
Kids clamber through The Flying Frogs's rainforest-themed indoor playground, frolicking among life-like palm trees and toucans and refueling with a pizza dinner. Parents take notes on their offsprings' forms as they spend a day sliding, climbing, and capering about the play center's vibrantly colored grounds, and then emotionally wave their hankies as the tykes embark on a indoor train ride. Families reunite at the center's Pizza Inn Express, where they can devour a large specialty pizza with eclectic topping selections and hydrate with 20-ounce drinks. Amid the safari-themed food court, diners can revel in an exotic jungle atmosphere without having to protect their meals from hungry panthers.
Lovezzola's tosses up a menu filled with throat-delighting pastas, subs, salads, and pizzas. More than 15 toppings, such as canadian bacon, pineapple, salami, and hamburger, are ready to complete Lovezzola's signature pizzas ($11.30+), while calzones or strombolis, both with up to three toppings ($6.49 each), also satisfy cheesy-crust cravings. After taking a seat in a plush red booth with a classic red-and-white-checkered tablecloth, cure your bread blues with a side of jalapeño garlic bread with cheese ($2.99 for two pieces) or honor the flightless buffalo with a side of six wings ($3.99). Then, dig into Lovezolla's homemade lasagna ($8.69) or spool together a big forkful of spaghetti fixed with meatballs and sauce ($8.69). The all-you-can-eat salad bar provides options for creative green plating ($6.29), while seven cold subs ($4.29+) and four hot subs ($4.39+) let lunchers fill a sandwich with their favorite temperature.
LIPS hand-tosses and personally crafts every pie that leaves the kitchen, using secret Italian family recipes to give each bite a taste born in Italy itself. LIPS' menu of overseas eats delivers house-made pasta and stromboli alongside the pizza specialties. Customers can order a fresh-baked original round pizza, such as the Deluxe ($8.50–$22), a cheese-packed pie covered with pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, ham, green peppers, bacon, hamburger, black olives, banana peppers, and italian sausage. Add a bread enhancement such as the parmesan crust flavor ($0.45–$0.95) to embellish works of pizza and create flavorfully circular masterpieces. For pasta-craving consumers, LIPS' made-from-scratch chicken parmesan over spaghetti nestles a chicken breast atop a sauce-drenched spaghetti nest, perfect for hatching chicken nugget offspring ($9.50), and the ricotta-stuffed manicotti makes for a tubular meal ($9.75).