Walking into Andre?s Pizza can feel like walking into a home kitchen. As family members chop up veggies for fresh salads and hand-knead dough for pizzas, the smell of fresh bread baking in the oven wafts over the entire scene. The bread is used for toasted deli subs that diners customize with six meats and three cheeses, as well as add-ons such as guacamole and bacon. The aforementioned pizza dough gets slathered with homemade sauce before it?s transformed into specialty pizzas?sun-dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts top the gourmet pie, and sausage, meatballs, and bacon bulk up the all-meat pizza. The rest of the menu includes custom calzones and eight salads that, like the best avant-garde art, can be drizzled with a selection of house-made dressings.
Restaurant Express makes quick and convenient food delivery its business with an easy-to-use online ordering system featuring 34 eateries of all shapes and flavors. The ordering process begins when famished diners choose their desired delicacies from a range of restaurant menus available on Restaurant Express’s website. Featured nosh nests include Chubby’s Bronx Deli, The Magic Pan, and Jaxon’s Restaurant and Brewing Co., along with a slew of other neighborhood favorites. The dialing dynamos at Restaurant Express arrange your order with the restaurant and have orders to your door anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour after the order is placed. The delivery charge for restaurants within Restaurant Express’s delivery zone is $6.99, but purchases are also available outside of this zone, and friendly Restaurant Express customer service reps are on-hand to inform customers of any additional costs these deliveries might incur.
Nothing but Noodles has a casual dining environment, fast service (customers eat within 15 minutes of arriving in the store), and a vegetarian-friendly menu packed with delicious pastas and made-to-order noodles. Start with signature breadsticks filled with mozzarella, complemented with warm marinara ($4.29). Kids can nibble on macaroni and cheese ($4.59), while non-child diners go for fettuccini alfredo with parsley and fresh-grated parmesan and romano ($7.29). Or opt for the sesame lo mein, which mingles mushrooms, red bell peppers, Napa cabbage, and scallions ($7.19). Avoid sweet-tooth defections by ordering a cannoli inflated with ricotta cheese and chocolate chips and drizzled with chocolate syrup ($4.29).
More than half a century of creating Italian ingestibles has helped Cappetto's Italian Restaurant master its culinary capabilities. Diners searching for authentic Etruscan eats can begin with bruschetta pomodoro, whose toasty bread is loaded with a mingling of oven-roasted, chopped Roma tomatoes, fresh basil, garlic, and olive oil ($5.65). A pepperoni sandwich offers a quarter-pound of spicy pepperoni on a french roll, with the option of adding homemade meat sauce ($4.75), and a 12-inch pizza primavera apologizes for its meatlessness by presenting broccoli, carrots, snow peas, zucchini, and artichoke hearts with sprinklings of mozzarella and provolone ($13.95). Indecisive pasta fans can select the pasta combination, which manages unmade minds with lasagna, manicotti, spaghetti, rigatoni, and chicken ravioli, all treading in delicious meat sauce on a single plate ($13.95).
Along with an arsenal of pizza possibilities, Casa Pizza serves an eclectic mix of Italian and Greek delicacies including authentic gyros ($4.69), meaty homemade lasagna ($8.45), and eggplant-laden moussaka ($8.45). Complement a colorful greek salad ($5.95) with a large pizza (starting at $10.75) that embraces heaps of cheese and tomato sauce with your choice of palatable pie packers. If your stomach still rumbles like a wooden-wheeled unicycle sputtering down a gravel hill, feast upon the meaty hot pastrami sandwich ($5.10–$6.75) with a super side dish of spaghetti and meatballs ($7.45). End your decadent meal with a piece of homemade baklava ($1.75) served in a regulation-sized gondola.
Each pizza on DoubleDave's menu is crafted using dough that's hand-tossed twice daily before being smothered in tomato sauce and fresh cheese. Start by choosing one of four carefully crafted crusts: hand-tossed original, crispy thin crust, deep dish, or honey whole wheat. Then, pile on any number of DoubleDave's 19 toppings, such as pepperoni, smoked ham, mushrooms, and garlic spinach ($.99–$1.89 for each topping, depending on pizza size). Doubtful diners who prefer to have their decisions made for them can order one of DoubleDave's seven specialty pizzas, such as Dave's Fave (olive oil, garlic-and-oregano sauce, and mozzarella, topped with your choice of meatballs and sausage or tomatoes and garlic spinach), or The Works (smoked ham, pepperoni, italian sausage, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, and smoked provolone cheese). All pizzas come in four sizes, from 10-inch to 18-inch to fulfill any pie-sized craving or for use in an unorthodox solar system mobile ($5.99–$13.59).