Papa John's has been popping out perfectly personalized pies 'round the clock for more than 25 years, arranging a lineup of specialty pizzas and sides on a munificent menu. Patrons can bedeck dough disks with carnivorous confetti in the form of pepperoni, ham, spicy italian sausage, bacon, sausage, beef, or grilled chicken. Golden-voiced fresh vegetables make palates swoon with a jukebox's selection of green peppers, portobello mushrooms, roma tomatoes, jalapeño peppers, onions, black olives, pineapple, banana peppers, and newly harvested 45s. Eaters can prod cooks with the click of a mouse, alerting them to special requests such as an extra layer of parmesan romano or the three-cheese blend of the asiago, fontina, and provolone. Like a popular club or an especially bangin’ fireplace store, Papa John's stays open late, making it an opportune place to stock up for impromptu pajama jams and uncontrollable sleep-feasting.
The coal-fired oven at Rock N' Coal Pizza fires out Italian favorites that fuse flavors from both the Old World and the New. Chefs specialize in both classic Neapolitan pizzas—such as the shrimp and vodka sauce pie—as well as the more modern New York style pizza topped with toppings such as buffalo chicken. But guests don't have to stick to just modern or traditional. They can combine both styles with the menu's build-your-own-pizza option. Guests can choose to build their own prime beef burger, too, or select one of the chef's gourmet combination such as the bistro burger—a patty topped with bacon, cheddar, and a fried egg.
In the massive main room, flatscreen televisions hang over booths casting a warm glow over meals and broadcasting the day's biggest games. The main room may be a destination for sports fans, but Rock N' Coal's private room gives guests a chance to celebrate special occasions or plan their next move in a rapidly escalating prank war.
The affable staff of This Guy’s Pizza ushers parades of mozzarella-haloed pizza pies to the gaping gullets of yearning patrons. Veteran crust cutters decorate a regular or thin-crust canvas with red sauce, white sauce, or a paint-by-numbers combination of the two. Then pies are adorned with an included topping from hordes of fast-talking meatballs, broccoli bouquets, glimmering pepperoni, or 1 of 13 other available toppings. After emerging sufficiently crisp and bubbly from pizza infernos, pies are deposited to customers' tables or hands by sliding down This Guy's in-store rainbow arc.
Papa John's has been popping out perfectly personalized pies 'round the clock for the past 25 years, fleshing out its lineup of specialty pizzas with a munificent menu of wings, breadsticks, and desserts to satisfy any taste or mouth shape. Movie-preview lovers can apply the same principles to a meal with an appetizer such as 12-inch cheese sticks ($7) or a massive 50-piece order of buffalo wings ($32). Begin the first act with a large Hawaiian BBQ Chicken ($16), or go all-out and get an extra-large The Works, a top-heavy combination of pepperoni, ham, spicy italian sausage, fresh-sliced onions, green peppers, gourmet baby portobello mushrooms, and ripe black olives ($18). Like a bangin’ club or especially bangin’ fireplace store, Papa John's stays open late, making it an opportune eatery for impromptu pajama jams and uncontrollable sleep-feasting.
Olly's Pizza, which maintains a vibe reminiscent of the 1950s, appeases grumbling tummies through a diverse menu rich in user-friendly fare. Hungry patrons can construct their own pizzas on thick, thin, or Sicilian crust foundations or choose a specialty pie, such as the shrimp scampi alfredo ($15.29 for a large) or bacon cheeseburger ($13.79 for a large). Beyond the circular realm, Olly's also paints culinary flare across plates stacked with anything from burgers to chicken to seafood to subs. Ice cream cones (small for $2.50) and brownie sundaes ($4.50) are also available, and can be served cold, cool, or cooler than a varsity quarterback with a pool house and a sense of humility.
At Minerva's Pizza, you’ll find many of the time-honored favorites you’d expect at a classic neighborhood pizzeria—gooey pizzas speckled with sausage, meaty calzones, and sauce-drenched wings. But, there are also a few surprises on the menu, including whole-wheat pies and an extensive selection of authentic Lebanese dishes. Guests at this cheerful joint perch at front sidewalk tables, washing back crispy falafels, sizzling gyro wraps, and freshly made pizzas with frosty beers.