Papa G’s menu of pizza and Italian fare packs more hearty goodness onto each page than Abe Lincoln had money packed into his top hat. Preheat your mouth oven with mozzarella sticks ($3.99 for a half order) before letting it decoct the Big Papa pizza, which is stacked with pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, ripe olives, onions, and green peppers ($19.99 for a large). For those who would rather choose their own pie toppers, Papa G’s has a list of more than 10 options, which includes zucchini, spinach, anchovies, and Canadian bacon—the bacon that only grows above the border. Classic Italian delights include lasagna ($10.49), eggplant parmesan ($8.99), and fettuccini alfredo ($9.99 with breaded chicken).
Mangia's clever chefs cook up a panoply of American and Italian delights, including the signature Chicago–style deep-dish pizza replete with towering, buttery crust and heaps of cheese and tomato sauce. Build your own circular masterpiece by slathering toppings such as chicken, garlic, mushrooms, peppers, and more onto signature stuffed ($5.10/6", $19.25/14") or traditional thin-crust ($4.35/6", $13.65/14") pies, flat enough to slide into mouths or under doors. East Coast eaters can enjoy the grilled rib eye or grilled-chicken philly cheesesteak, served on a 7-inch roll with white american cheese ($7.29), and those craving south-of-the-border sustenance can warm insides with a bowl of tortilla soup ($4.75). A selection of soft drinks ($2.15) and desserts, including Mangia's Ooey Gooey brownie ($3.95, $5.45 with ice cream), round out the meals.
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At all five Craig O?s locations, the culinary team begins the day the same way?making pizza dough and sauces entirely from scratch. Combined with whole-milk mozzarella, each hand-tossed or thin, New York?style crust forms the foundation of specialty pies such as the FM 1826, with barbecue beef brisket and pickled jalapenos. Craig O?s pizza can also come customized with 20-plus toppings, such as caramelized onions and canadian bacon, or even be made gluten- and cheese-free for diners with dietary restrictions.
Though pizza remains Craig O?s bedrock, it isn?t the only Italian treat the restaurant has dished out since opening in 2003. Nine dressing options, including housemade Italian and creamy cilantro, crown salads made fresh everyday, and housemade alfredo sauce tops penne pasta and chicken to create a dish that ?absolutely rocks,? according to KVUE News.
Brews and wine can complement meals, and a children?s playground beside the Lakeway location?s outdoor patio entertains youngsters more conveniently than highchairs with built-in water slides.