For more than 20 years, Giuseppi's Pizza and Pasta has been answering the calls of pizza-craving innards with a menu chalk full of Italian eats. With homemade sauce concocted of tomatoes from California, and dough made in-house daily, the eatery creates meals as fresh as Will Smith in the '90s. Start the fresh feast with the tomato cheese garlic bread, heartily sprinkled with fresh roma tomatoes, provolone, mozzarella, and parmesan ($5.50), or corndog bites served with a side of honey mustard ($5.95). The feta, kalamata olives, artichokes, and tomatoes give the Jimmy the Greek pizza a Mediterranean twist, and the fresh mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and black olives lay tucked under hand-tossed dough in the Macaboli calzone like a sleeping child under their covers or a bald head under a toupee ($7.50). For a more portable plate, on-the-go munchers can clasp hold of the Weggiedilla, a sandwich creation stuffed with marinated baked chicken, bacon, cheeses, onion, barbecue sauce, and homemade ranch ($7.95), or the meatball parmesan hoagie ($7.50).
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.
The saucy wizards at Jersey’s Pizza craft toothsome New Jersey–style dough disks, calzones, strombolis, wings, and pasta to sate the growling stomachs of those who pass through their doors. The multifarious menu offers pizza by the slice, along with 16- and 18-inch pies to accommodate hunger levels from mildly peckish to mozzarella-craving vortex. Pepperoni, ham, sausage, beef, and bacon gather at a flavorful protein party atop the meat lover pizza ($3.25/slice, $16.49/16"), and taste buds delight in the Hawaiian pizza’s ambrosial ham and pineapple duet ($3/slice, $16.99/18"). Herbivorous nosh options include a mushroom-and-spinach pizza ($3/slice, $16.99/18"), and a vegetarian pie festooned with mushrooms, peppers, onions, olives, and sundried tomatoes ($3.25/slice, $16.49/16"). Break the circular cycle with anti-annular comestibles such as the savory chicken-alfredo pasta ($6.99) or the spin sandwich ($6.50), a deconstructed pizza filled with cheese and veggies or meat, folded in half, and cooked to hand-holdable or paper-airplanable perfection.
Chefs at Bito's Pizzeria & Grill hand-toss the dough for their signature pizzas, which don toppings such as sun-dried tomatoes, prosciutto, and bacon before baking in hot ovens. Grills sizzle burgers with grilled onions, applewood bacon, or mozzarella cheese, and chefs at the counter ladle au jus over roast-beef subs. During weekend performances, musicians take the stage to play tunes and test the resonant frequency of ham-and-swiss stromboli.