When the chefs at John's Pizza & Subs? approach batches of pizza dough, they channel the restaurant's three decades of expertise. Across the shop's four locations, specialty pies such as the Bob's Big Mac, whose combination of hamburger, thousand island dressing, and pickles is lauded by the Buffalo Pizza Fest, join made-to-order pizzas crowned with a pepperoni, hot peppers, pineapple, and other toppings. John's Pizza & Subs? is also known for its original chicken-finger sub, as well as other hot and cold subs with unusual names, such as the Godfather, Stinger, italian sausage Nightmare and the ham-and-turkey Hercules, whose more than 5 ounces of meat can sate each of a hydra's heads. Tacos, wraps, and wings help to round out the hearty menu.
It should come as no surprise that pizza is a specialty at JUST PIZZA & Wing Co. The restaurant's cooks infuse specialty crusts with sesame seeds, lemon pepper, and other seasonings, pile on fresh cheese and toppings such as sirloin steak and tiger shrimp, and even bake whole-wheat and gluten-free pies. But contrary to its name, JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s menu doesn't end there—non-doughy options include chicken wings in a variety of sauces. Patrons can even explore possible wine pairings on JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s website.
From the outside, Casa-Di-Pizza looks like a small, modest, and unassuming pizza place in Buffalo, New York. One bite into their delicious slices of heaven will shatter that first impression in an instant. For 3 generations, the Jacobi family has been creating culinary masterpieces in this little corner of Buffalo that thy call their own. Casa-Di-Pizza features a vast selection of pizzas, pastas, subs and panini sandwiches each of which unfailingly matches or surpasses your expectations the moment you take a bite. It’s not easy standing out as a pizzeria in Buffalo, home of some of the best pizza places in the world, and yet, Casa-Di-Pizza manages to do just that.
This family owned pizza parlor has been committed to high quality ingredients and delicious pies for years, and the downtown location has helped to make them a local favorite. Taste one of the specialty pizzas for yourself. The Chicken Finger Pizza (chicken fingers, wing sauce, bleu cheese and mozzarella) combines hot wings with pizza to give you the best of both worlds. The Super Steak Pizza (sirloin steak, mozzarella, cheddar, mushrooms, onions and peppers) will satisfy your inner-carnivore. Order by the slice and sample a few to find your favorite. If you don’t feel like getting out, give them a call. Quick, courteous delivery is always available.
Bruno's Pizzeria treats its guests to a smorgasbord of tasty Italian-American cuisine, from pizzas covered in specialty toppings such as dandelion and stuffed pepper, to boneless chicken wings and piping hot baked subs. Diners stop in for sit-down feasts of steak-covered pizzas or pepperoni-stuffed calzones, or order catered party buffets of lasagna, rigatoni, and three-bean salads.
The disk artisans at Bocce Club Pizza make their pizzas from scratch daily using hand-stretched dough, a selection of 30 toppings, 100% whole-milk mozzarella, and sauce recipes that have been crafted into tasty combinations since 1946. Chunks of pineapple and canadian bacon surf mozzarella waves on the Hawaiian specialty pizza ($16.59), and steak and sautéed peppers make snow angels in a garlic spread on the steak white pizza ($18.59). All of the menu’s dough saucers boast a hearty whole-wheat doppelganger available upon request, and gluten-sensitive customers can play matchmaker between their single stomachs and a gluten-free quarter pie. To raise the edible altitude, Bocce Club Pizza also features un-flat fare such as the chicken fajita sub ($7.99) and a basket of 10 buffalo wings ($7.99), which—like romance novels—can be made hot, medium, mild, or Victorian.