The chefs at New York Pasta & Pizza honor the eatery’s name by crafting foldable, thin-crust, New York–style pies from fresh dough made daily. The cooks toss and fire 12 specialty pizzas, including the buffalo-, pesto-, or garlic-spiced chicken pizza, the Greek-inspired eggplant-and-feta pizza, and the Mexican-style chorizo-and-linguiça pizza. In the hope that one day someone will request an edible portrait of Al Pacino, the pizza artists also encourage customers to create their own pies from more than 45 toppings such as sun-dried tomatoes, italian sausage, and artichokes. Guests can also supplement pizzas with New York–style sides such as wings, ribs, garlic bread, and several classic Italian pastas.
The most complicated decision you will face at Domino’s Pizza is if you should eat-in or have them deliver. Everyone and their brother knows exactly what they want from this reliable, friendly, and delicious pizza company. Whether you’re coming home from a long day at work to an empty refrigerator, have a child whose favorite food in the world is pepperoni pizza (let’s face it—it’s yours too), or are in college and you have their number on speed-dial, Domino’s is a consistently tasty choice. Anxiously await their arrival while watching the Domino’s Tracker online, and watch your step when the doorbell rings and everyone stampedes to the door: “PIZZA’S HERE!”.
In the 50 years since its establishment in the late 1950s, Me-N-Ed’s pizza has become a household name in California. Unlike more widely-spread franchises that couldn’t help but have lost touch with their roots given how widely they’ve grown, the spirits of the original founders, Russ “Me” Johnson and Ed Sandlin live on in each and every one of their signature thin crust pizzas. Dining in or ordering from Me-N-Eds means getting the best of both worlds, the consistency and lightning fast delivery of a large-scale pizza franchise, delivered with the loving attention to detail of a local mom and pop pizzeria.
For a taste of New York style pizza in the heart of Fremont, head over to Bronco Billy's Pizza Parlor on Niles Boulevard for a meal to remember. Offering your choice of 15 toppings, you can customize a pie of your own or order up a specialty pie to feed your need for pizza. If you're feeling like a sandwich, burger or hot dog, Bronco Billy's has you covered there, too. Bring some friends and split a bucket of beer for a good time with great food and service. You can even reserve a party room to host your special event. Come down to Bronco Billy's and see for yourself why locals love dining here.
Mission Pizza & Pub?s owners, Debra and Phil Willis, serve their handcrafted pizzas and craft beers to the tune of live country and bluegrass on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, which give their Fremont eatery its down-home feel. Every inch of the walls is lined with vintage beer memorabilia, and an illuminated Guinness sign reminds visitors that it?s easy to read in the dark if the words are made of lights.
By using the freshest and highest-quality ingredients, Premier Pizza has created a neighborhood-favorite pizza palace. Owners Shawn and Tony source from local growers, who deliver fresh produce daily. Buy by the slice ($3.25) or opt for a whole pie (10"–16"). Taste buds delight to play host to the popular creamy garlic chicken (mesquite grilled chicken breast, red onion, green pepper, and parmesan cheese with choice of creamy garlic or pesto sauce, $12.95–$29.45) or the animal-free vegetarian (red onion, green peppers, black olives, zucchini, mushrooms, Roma tomatoes, parmesan, and cheddar cheese, $11.20–$28.45). Choose from 15 specialty combinations or design your own Pollock-inspired pizza with a cheese base ($8.95 for 10" to $20.95 for 16") and venture beyond typical topping tastes with your choice of pie-packers ($1–$2 each).