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.
LIPS hand-tosses and personally crafts every pie that leaves the kitchen, using secret Italian family recipes to give each bite a taste born in Italy itself. LIPS' menu of overseas eats delivers house-made pasta and stromboli alongside the pizza specialties. Customers can order a fresh-baked original round pizza, such as the Deluxe ($8.50–$22), a cheese-packed pie covered with pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, ham, green peppers, bacon, hamburger, black olives, banana peppers, and italian sausage. Add a bread enhancement such as the parmesan crust flavor ($0.45–$0.95) to embellish works of pizza and create flavorfully circular masterpieces. For pasta-craving consumers, LIPS' made-from-scratch chicken parmesan over spaghetti nestles a chicken breast atop a sauce-drenched spaghetti nest, perfect for hatching chicken nugget offspring ($9.50), and the ricotta-stuffed manicotti makes for a tubular meal ($9.75).
Lovezzola's tosses up a menu filled with throat-delighting pastas, subs, salads, and pizzas. More than 15 toppings, such as canadian bacon, pineapple, salami, and hamburger, are ready to complete Lovezzola's signature pizzas ($11.30+), while calzones or strombolis, both with up to three toppings ($6.49 each), also satisfy cheesy-crust cravings. After taking a seat in a plush red booth with a classic red-and-white-checkered tablecloth, cure your bread blues with a side of jalapeño garlic bread with cheese ($2.99 for two pieces) or honor the flightless buffalo with a side of six wings ($3.99). Then, dig into Lovezolla's homemade lasagna ($8.69) or spool together a big forkful of spaghetti fixed with meatballs and sauce ($8.69). The all-you-can-eat salad bar provides options for creative green plating ($6.29), while seven cold subs ($4.29+) and four hot subs ($4.39+) let lunchers fill a sandwich with their favorite temperature.