Pizza in San Elijo Hills

Pizza and American Cuisine at Giant New York Pizza (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Giant New York Pizza

Giant New York Pizza

$20 $10


Dig into 12-, 14-, 16-, 20-, or 28-inch pizzas with toppings such as olive oil, spinach, and garlic, or barbecue chicken and red onion

Pizza, Pub Food, and Craft Beer for Dine-In, Takeout, or Delivery at The New Yorker SD (40% Off)

The New Yorker SD


$25 $15


Appetizers such as pulled duck rolls and chicken wings pair well with craft beers and specialty New York-style pizzas

$13 for $25 Worth of Pizzeria Food for Deilvery or Weekday Lunch at Stuft Pizza

Stuft Pizza

San Clemente

$25 $13


Homemade sauce and dough define Stuft Pizza's pies, which the chefs have been serving up since 1976

Pizza for Takeout or Pizza Meal with Salad and Drinks at Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery (Up to 52% Off)

Lamppost Pizza and Backstreet Brewery


$20 $12

Diners sip award-winning craft beer and munch hand-tossed pizza while watching live sports; a game room with prizes keeps kids entertained

Pizza at Canyon Pizza (Up to 45% Off). Four Options Available.

Canyon Pizza

Yorba Linda

$20 $11


Pizzas topped with ingredients like homemade meatballs, hot wing sauce, and pepperonchini, plus toasted subs, salads, and homemade cookies

Pizza Dinner for Two or $11 for $22 Worth of Pizzeria Food at Lamppost Pizza

Lamppost Pizza


$35 $17


A pair of friends shares eight slices of regular- or gluten-free crust pizza, washing it down with beer from Backstreet Brewery

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According to Zagat, the portions of breakfast plates at Broken Yolk Cafe can be "obscene"—although one could also consider them generous. Sometimes, these sizes are even considered a challenge. In 2010, Man Vs. Food's Adam Richman paid the restaurant a visit to tackle its infamous Iron Man Special: a 12-egg omelet, topped with chili and piled onto a 15-inch pizza pan.

Opened in 1979, Broken Yolk has spent decades fine-tuning its southwestern recipes—many enigmatically named for people such as "Betty" and "Tony G". Alongside steaming breakfast burritos and griddled buttermilk pancakes, the menu features nearly 20 omelets stuffed with fresh ingredients such as beef chorizo, avocado, and mushroom sauce. Shredded hash-browns are crafted from fresh potatoes, and the salsa is handmade each day. Until its official closing time at 3 p.m., Broken Yolk also serves sandwiches and half-pound Angus burgers. The local chain's six locations each feature their own private banquet room and secret underground passage to one of the other restaurants.

101 S Las Posas Rd
San Marcos,

Rossi's Pizza and Family Sports Bar’s culinary team depends on the fruits of California. Chefs incorporate local cheese, olives, and bread into their dishes, and stock the bar with more than 15 wines, all of which are bottled in state. The cooks bolster regional ingredients with handmade dough, a special three-cheese blend grated in-house, and from-scratch marinara sauce, ranch dressing, and garlic butter. Beyond that, chefs craft award-winning homemade lasagna from a family recipe, pile BBQ roast beef and oven-roasted chicken onto Italian rolls, and crown specialty pizzas with toppings such as cashews and sliced avocado. They also serve bar classics such as chicken fingers and hamburgers.

Along with Californian wine, 25 draft beers served in frosted mugs can help wash down meals, which unfold in a spacious dining area that surrounds guests with exposed brick, flat-screen TVs, and sports memorabilia. In the private team room, groups can enjoy a slice while reviewing strategies on a whiteboard and watching game footage on a big-screen TV . After feasts, patrons can stick around for games in Rossi’s arcade, which includes more than 17 classics such as pinball, foosball, and air hockey.

156 S Rancho Santa Fe Rd
San Marcos,

Although it opened not long ago, Tuscany Ristorante is wise beyond its years. That's because the duo behind the restaurant?executive chef Robert Gaffney and television producer Daniel DiCarlo?have extensive experience in the food, beverage, and entertainment industries. And it shows in Tuscany's offerings. The frequently-changing menu of farm-to-table dishes with ingredients such as pasta, seafood, certified-Angus beef, and pizzas topped with local meats and cheeses and cooked in a brick oven.

Tuscany Ristorante provides guests with various forms of entertainment, too. National music and comedy acts perform on the venue's various stages, including piano lounge and 1,000-square-foot private supper club. After meals or shows, parties can saunter outdoors, which feature an outdoor lounge and dining area, courtyard, and a fountain that doesn't so much babble as it does wax poetic about the intricacies of waves. A private banquet room in also available.

6981 El Camino Real

A proper Pizzicato pizza rests on a foundation of authentic crust oiled in olivy and garlicky synchronicity and fused with whole-milk mozzoparm and fresh herbs. Concoctions range from classic New Yawk Cheese ($11.25 for 12 inches) to the contemporary fusion of a Thai Pizza composed of teriyaki chicken, green onions, sweet peppers, mozzarella, carrots, and crushed chili peppers showered in a spicy peanut sauce ($22.25 for 16 inches). Carryout customers can choose between a fresh, ready-to-eat pizza or a fresh, ready-to-cook-at-home, partially baked pizza. A 12-inch creation serves a party of two to three and a 16-inch serves a party of four to five, whereas parties of exactly five may be subject to auditions for an obsolete TV drama series. Geometrically undefined items served on suspiciously circular dinnerware include refreshing salads such as arugula and ripe pear tossed with sweetened walnuts and gorgonzola in a balsamic vinaigrette ($5.25 for small, serves one to two) and the superhuman simplicity of a Tuscan Meatball Hero Panini layered in meatballs, marinara, and mozzarella ($7.00). Check out the full menu for San Diego here and Encinitas here.

252 N El Camino Real

Beach Grass Café presents patrons with creative menus of California cuisine and a laid-back environment where reggae, Latin, and big-band tunes greet your eardrums with appetizing beats. For breakfast, give your mouth a wake-up gift of huevos rancheros––tortillas festooned with black beans, feta cheese, eggs, and homemade salsa ($9.50). Try the blue burger ($9.95), a lunch favorite that splices Kobe beef and blue cheese in the name of culinary science or give your adventurous inner dinner champion a chance to conquer the 12 oz. New York steak ($19.95). Smoothies, cocktails, margaritas, microbeers, and boutique wines are all available from the drinks menu and can be enjoyed near the front of the restaurant, where warm lighting and an oak bar make a classy meeting spot for your crime-fighter fighting union.

1476 Encinitas Blvd

The flavor artisans at Lorenzo's Pizzeria layer combinations of 26 toppings atop dough disks, banishing hunger pangs with a menu of pizzeria staples for dine-in or carryout. Diners can indulge in pizza by the slice ($2.50+) or gather a group of friends to tackle one of the 18-inch signature pies, including the pesto pizza laden with roasted red peppers, mozzarella, and parmesan ($16). The New Yorker pizza unveils an art-deco skyline of pepperoni, meatballs, mushrooms, and garlic ($17). Saucy chicken wings slather taste buds and dab cheekbones ($4.50 for 1/2 lb.), and the oven-crisped dough of a calzone enshrines a molten core inhabited by the lava monsters dubbed ricotta and mozzarella by the ancient Romans ($7.50 for a 10").

5812 Van Allen Way