Papa Murphy’s serves up a tasty menu of handmade "take ‘n’ bake" pizzas created using dough, cheeses, meats, and veggies that are freshly prepared every day. After customers choose their pie, Papa Murphy's personable pizza fashioners will build the pizza in-store and then package it for customers to bake at home in the oven, in a pottery kiln, or over a pile of burning cookbooks. Customers can select one of Papa Murphy's signature pizzas or customize their pie to a more specific taste, culling from the four sauces, three crusts, and more than 20 toppings available. Watch as Papa Murphy’s pizza professionals corral the ingredients of a signature pizza such as The Cowboy ($14.99 for the 16” family size), complete with pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, and black olives, or request a Chicago-style stuffed pizza ($16.99 for the family size), packed with onions, mozzarella, four kinds of meat, and one of the most efficient public-transit systems in America. Thin-crust fans can opt for an Herb Chicken Mediterranean deLITE ($11.99 for a large), smothered with feta cheese, olive oil, and spinach, and veggievores can avail themselves of Papa Murphy’s gourmet vegetarian ($15.99 family size) option, which comes saturated with a creamy garlic sauce. Side your pizza with a chicken Caesar salad ($5.99), an order of cheesy bread ($3.99), or a two-liter soda ($2.09).
Taco John's swiftly serves an assortment of tangy Mexican fare and bold-flavored innovative snacks. The edible oeuvre includes the eatery's signature super potato olés: black olives, beef, beans, tomatoes, guacamole, sour cream, and melted cheese smothering a helping of golden-brown tater nuggets ($4.99). Those who create Venn diagrams to decide between soft or crunchy tortillas can choose the middle ground and get both with the taco bravo ($2.29). Taste another victory for American and Mexican relations with the taco burger, featuring tacos' usual contents nestled between two fresh buns ($1.99). The fajita chicken quesadilla melt ($6.29) awakens groggy taste buds with fire roasted bell peppers and onions.
Servers at kRav'N ferry hearty helpings of American comfort cuisine to wooden tables and padded booths alongside beer, wine, and specialty cocktails. Pluck classic finger foods such as chicken strips ($7) and beer-battered onion rings ($6.50) from the pages of the menu, or let taste buds high-five burgers such as the cheesy Mushroom Swiss ($8.50). Or, outline play diagrams in ranch dressing on buffalo chicken pizzas ($10 for a 10"; $14 for a 14") as Monday Night Football plays on wall-mounted TVs.
The savvy pie-slingers at New York Express Pizza serve up doughy canvasses to go, all covered with an assortment of tempting toppings. View the online menu and contemplate what to feed famished friends, families, or sentient couch potatoes. Dive mouth-first into giant, foldable wedges of authentic New York–style pizza, available by the slice ($2 for cheese or $3.50 with topping) or as whole pies. Scrumptious selections range from a meat maven's Madison Avenue Special ($16/medium) or the chicken-, bacon-, and ranch-smothered Federal Plaza ($18/medium). Sufferers of surface-phobia can choose to have their toppings stuffed inside calzones that range from regular ($4/small) to supreme ($10/small).
An unwavering devotion to freshness permeates Tomacelli's kitchen, where pizza chefs adorn their daily made dough with house-made sauce, all-natural cheese, and more than 50 market-fresh toppings. Millions of possible build-your-own combinations complement 23 creations brainstormed by a husband-and-wife team, from a ham-and-pineapple-studded hawaiian pie to the seafood supreme's maritime medley of fresh ingredients. Not content to recline on the edible laurels of their circular masterworks, the Tomacelli's kitchen team rounds out the menu with piping-hot pasta dishes and fresh salads.