At Jimano’s Pizzeria, we strive to make the perfect pizza from fresh, hand-tossed dough to the finest and freshest ingredients! We offer our customers what they want - their choice of great ingredients or a selection of specialty pizzas with thin, double dough, deep dish or stuffed crust. Then, we bake it to perfection.
Wake snoozing taste buds with a hearty starter like mozzarella suprema breadsticks adorned with natural cheese and herbs ($3.95 side, $6.45 large) before moving on to a signature fire-roasted creation. An authentic terra cotta oven blasts noshables with more than 1,000 degrees of heat, alchemically transforming base pizza dough into crispy gold in less than three minutes. Enjoy stationary drive-in dining with a bacon cheeseburger pizza topped with ground beef and three kinds of cheese ($18.95 for a 14"), or graze on the veggie gourmet works, which comes loaded with a Peter Piper's worth of fresh vegetables including bell peppers, artichokes, and mushrooms swaddled in your choice of a vegetarian red or white sauce ($19.95 for a 14"). Create-your-own pies are also available, providing palate-pleasing fill-in-the-blanks for the aspiring munching mad-libbest. Silence yowling sweet teeth with a dessert of gourmet gelato in a dozen daily varieties.
Since 1992, Jerry’s has been sating appetite enthusiasts with tasty pizzas baked in a traditional stone oven using fresh ingredients from an Italian supply company. Jerry’s trademark white sauce pals around nicely with chicken and garlic, but is available to accompany any his pies on a romantic date to your stomach. Order up the Delicious Combination creation topped with pepperoni, salami, italian sausage, linguica, beef, mushrooms, black olives, green peppers, and onions (12", $15.99), just one ingredient shy of being classified as illegally delicious, or sample the verdant vegetarian, laden with mushrooms, black olives, green peppers, onions, marinated artichoke hearts, and fresh tomatoes (12", $15.99), which, if planted in fertile soil, will sprout a forest of jalapeño-broccoli trees. For those who prefer not to dine on disks, Jerry’s offers up scrumptious burgers, such as the Rajun Cajun ($5) and the Monster burger ($5.75), which is sure to frighten away tough-guy hunger pangs. Come and relax to live music with a sudsy brew in hand, awash in the knowledge that Monday may very well mean leftovers.
Though “traditional favorites” is one of many sections on Strings Italian Cafe's menu, the heading describes a bulk of the eatery’s handcrafted Italian dishes. Under new ownership as of January 2013, the cafe fills raviolis with artichoke hearts, flavor shrimp scampi with white wine and lemon juice, and top one of two specialty pizzas with alfredo sauce and chicken breast. That being said, the cafés chefs make room for a few innovative touches within their old-style approach. These include baking lasagna inside onion-garlic pastries and spicing up pasta medleys of chicken, shrimp, and pesto with hints of curry.
The seasoned pizza shapers at All Pro Pizza create sizzling pies from fresh ingredients and populate their robust menu with salads, sandwiches, and other pizza sidekicks. Garlic-chicken specialty pizzas arrive topped in white sauce, festooned with grilled chicken, and decorated with chopped garlic to deter creatures of the night thirsting for tomato blood ($18.74/large). The meat combo pizza ($18.74/large) redirects a river of pepperoni, canadian bacon, salami, and italian sausage to cascade into customers' stomach reservoirs. Adorn the oven-baked dough of your appetite's dreams with 21 toppings, half-remembered test-taking anxiety, and sauces such as pesto, barbecue, and nacho cheese ($4.99+). Side dishes such as a buffalo-chicken salad with blue-cheese dressing ($6.99) accompany slices, and sandwiches such as the mozzarella-topped meatball sub ($5.99) attempt to usurp the dominant position of pizza, which spins in place on the tip of the food pyramid.