The family who owns One Horse Pizzeria and Saloon crafts a pizza for every palate, with options ranging from traditional thin-crust pies to the inventive Tom The Turkey pizza with turkey, cranberries, and gravy sauce. Those pizzas share table space with fresh salads, pastas with housemade sauces, and sandwiches. Located in a quaint red bungalow with white trim, the restaurant also features a wooden bar where patrons can sip wine and more than 30 types of cold beer.
Cavalieri's Wood Street Pizza is a family-owned-and-operated cookery that has been serving up house favorites and custom creations for 18 years. While the basic variety of pizza exists ($6.75 for 10" to $16.25 for a full sheet), Wood Street's pizza menu shines with exotic topped discs, such as buffalo chicken pizza, taco pizza fiesta, and a lasagna pizza pie. Specialty pizzas are $9, $18, or $27 (or $18.25 for thin crust), depending on size. If you prefer your pizza folded into a crescenty pocket of flavor, opt for one of the 20 varieties of calzones ($2.75 for single up to $27 for a 25" giant). Wood Street also whips up appetizers, grinders ($5.75–$6.75), a soup of the day ($4.25), salads ($2.50 for a side salad, others $4.50–$7.25), and pasta creations ($6–$9.95). Check the menu for changing specials for lunch, dinner, sandwiches, soups, and pizza, such as June's chicken Caesar.
A family-owned sustenance staple for more than 60 years, Leo's Ristorante's homey redbrick exterior greets families to generous portions of homemade Italian and American comfort-food dishes culled from fresh ingredients. Leading off a stacked menu is the hearty New England clam chowder ($4.59 cup, $5.59 bowl), which sets the table for wholesome, heavy-hitting handhelds such as the chicken parmesan sandwich ($7.99 small, $8.99 large) and the Big Red meatball sub ($6.99 small, $7.99 large). The tortellini a la Carolina ($16) surrounds its tricolored, circular cheese pasta with grilled chicken and a light butter sauce, while the spaghetti a la Gina's ($12.99) savory red-sauced noodles send forks into a pasta pirouette. Enjoy a large, one-topping pizza ($12.99), adorned in culinary confetti such as pepperoni or olives, or wrap taste buds around the Milano panini ($8.99), containing grilled eggplant, smoked mozzarella, fresh tomatoes, and garlic olive oil.
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.
Toledo Pizza In The Cone fills hungering hands and stomachs with a menu of creative, delectable edibles. Toledo's preps its geometric eats with a homemade crust, which is cajoled into a conic shape, loaded with tantalizing toppings, and torpedoed into maws by a spring-loaded shot put. Calculate a tasty radius with the spinach, mushroom, and ricotta cone ($2.99) or the Texas Style BBQ cone ($3.59), which suspends chicken, bacon, and red onions in the flakey arms of the crust-time continuum. Those winded by Toledo's more elevated topography can eat on solid ground with slices of traditionally shaped pizza, which can be blanketed in a bevy of toppings such as onions, green peppers, meatballs, and bacon strips (starting at $1.99) or a lactose-erupting cheese calzone (starting at $2.99).
There are many ways to craft a pizza, but few chefs are as exacting as those at Providence Coal Fired Pizza. There they make sure that the oven stays at a temperature of 900 degrees—hotter than traditional or wood-burning ovens—to sear in the flavors of the local ingredients and ensure a crispy, consistent texture. From the oven's balmy depths emerge a wide range of pies, including minimalistic margherita pizzas, meatball pizzas, and crispy discs smothered in fingerling potatoes and local clams. Chefs also dish out salads, coal-fired wings, and hummus to complement their stable of pizzas.
An extensive beer, wine, and cocktail menu accompanies Providence Coal Fired Pizza's alimentary offerings. With soft lights and chic, burnt-orange walls, guests can relax as they tuck into pizzas and tipple beverages.