The chefs at Russo's Gourmet Pizza bake hearty signature pizzas with a full spectrum of fresh, colorful toppings. Each of the 15 signature delicacies features its own blend of sauces and ingredients, and may sit atop a choice of four varieties of pizza crust including sesame seed, butter parmesan, garlic, and Cajun. To prevent regulars from sprouting pepperoni on their chests, Russo's Gourmet Pizza also crafts traditional Italian entrees such as vegetable lasagna and chicken parmesan. Intricate salads feature ingredients such as dried cherries and gorgonzola cheese, and gluten-free pizza and vegetarian options accommodate patrons with special diets. The pie menagerie offers delivery service seven days each week, preventing pizzas from getting lost while rolling to homes on their own.
Cloverleaf's pride and joy is its deep-dish square pizza. These right-angled rations can be customized with your choice of toppings ($10.99 for a large, $1.59 per topping) or effortlessly enjoyed in specialty varieties such as the Greek, crowned with ham, red onion, black olives, tomatoes, and feta ($14.99 for a large). Or opt for the veggie, which is incidentally coated in mushrooms, red onion, green pepper, and black olives ($14.99 for a large). If you like your pies the way you like your contact lenses—without sharp corners and smothered with hot cheese—Cloverleaf offers round pizzas with all of the same fancy fixins ($9.99 for a large, $1.59 per topping). Fill in any gaps in your gastronomic pyramid with an order of hot, barbecue, or Italian baked wings ($4.99 for a half pound), cheesy breadsticks ($4.99), a fresh tossed salad ($4.99 for a small, $7.99 for a large), or a cinnamon zeppole ($3.99), an elephant-ear-style dessert.