Whether for a birthday party or a night away from the kitchen, YR Pizza Planet welcomes entire families with a kid- and adult-friendly menu of oven-baked Italian meals. Patrons can step up to the counter to order an individual pizza made specially for their tastes, or a 14” large to share with friends or enemies who hate pizza. Crusts come in crispy or pan varieties, and are adorned with more than a dozen toppings, such as sausage, onions, and pineapple. Aside from pizza, chefs pull toasted ham and cheese or steak fajita subs from the oven, with fresh-baked cookies following close behind. YR Pizza Planet also helps patrons hit their veggie quota with a bountiful salad bar.
Pacifica Pizza hand-tosses its dough to create a strong and delicious foundation for a menu of specialty pizzas created with toppings fresh from California farms. The traditional veggie pizza contains a veritable garden of mushrooms, green peppers, black olives, tomatoes, and a hedge maze. The heart attack special combines a plethora of meats— sausage, pepperoni, salami, canadian bacon, and ground beef—into a super-pizza packed with enough animal to legally qualify as livestock. Try a traditional hawaiian pizza topped with canadian bacon, pineapple, and extra cheese, or choose not to choose with the almost-everything-on-it bulldog special. A sidecar of breadsticks and a handle of soda transform your pizza from part of a complete breakfast into a complete breakfast.
Located on a seven-acre plot of land, Visalia Adventure Park carves out ample space for all ages to have fun. Outdoors, the park features a bumper boat pool with a waterfall, an 18-hole miniature golf course, and go-kart tracks for both the family and speedsters. If it's raining or that fire in the clouds becomes too hot, visitors can migrate indoors for arcade playing, laser tagging, and mini bowling.
Though pizza and beer are a time-honored combination, BC's Pizza & Beer puts a new spin on the tradition with innovative pizzas and an abundance of uncommon beers. As its chefs load crusts with inspired arrangements of more than 40 fresh toppings—such as jamaican jerk spices with chicken and shrimp or mexican refried beans with ground beef and jalapeños—bartenders dole out pints of German and Belgian beers. At their fingertips are 33 tap handles and more than 80 import and craft bottles.
Out in the dining room, beer signs and playful knickknacks hang on the walls. Flat-screen televisions broadcast sports games in which football players zoom down fields and Lifetime movies in which football players learn valuable lessons about the wisdom of children.
The seasoned pizza shapers at All Pro Pizza create sizzling pies from fresh ingredients and populate their robust menu with an assortment of dough-disk sidekicks. After downing pints of lettuce during a night out at the salad bar, two- or four-person dining companies can prep their palates for saucy pies by sharing pregame appetizers, such as 10 hot chicken wings, 16 ounces of potato wedges, or garlic-cheese bread. Pizzas come sprinkled with 1 of 20 available toppings, which range from chorizo sausage to artichokes and spicy jalapeños. Chefs moisturize each pie with one of six sauces—including classic red, creamy ranch, and gooey nacho cheese—before balancing it perfectly atop the Food Pyramid.
Forestiere's Place is a laid-back spot for families to bond over a barbecue-centric menu. Share some bruschetta ($6.99) or mozzarella sticks ($5.99) while gazing at the grilled entree selection. A 7-ounce hamburger ($5.25) happily accepts cheese ($0.50) and bacon ($0.75), and the open-faced steak sandwich ($10.99) fosters a loving relationship between rich gravy and grilled-beef goodness. Full-flavored pasta dishes ($6.25 each) come with your choice of sauce and for $1 extra, they can be combined with meatballs, sausage, chicken, or shrimp. Forestiere's Place also serves high-end wines and bottled and draft beers.