Owner Tony Gemignani, who has been featured on Food Network Challenge, loads Pizza Rock's Italian-imported ovens with limited batches of five styles of gourmet pies. Cooks hand mix dough for the award-winning pizza margherita ($14) and cast it into the 900-degree oven to bring an optimal crunch to the aromatic bouquet of san marzano tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil leaves. The Cal Italia pizza ($16) dazzles culinarians as effectively as a Julia Child slam-dunk with a cornucopia of asiago, mozzarella, parmigiano–reggiano, and imported gorgonzola cheeses. Pizza Rock's cooks lead taste buds through geometric lessons with fluffy American-style circlets ($13–$17) and four-sided Sicilian pies ($28–$30), while imported beers, wines, and cocktails cool steaming tongues with the aid of a selection of seasonal sorbets ($6).
Masullo's Neapolitan-style pizzas are prepped with thin crusts, fresh local produce, and specialty meats and cheeses, before being shoved into a more-than-800-degree oven and cooked by the sweet, sweet flames of an apple- and almond-wood inferno. Start off with an order of antipasto (cheeses, cured meats, and vegetables, $12) before dousing a tongue in the classic taste of a pizza margherita (basil, mozzarella, and tomato sauce, $10) or the savory flavor of a Kathryn (fontina, Niman Ranch ham, red Fresno chili peppers, and crimini mushrooms, $13). Fulfill one eighth of the FDA's recommended number of daily meat servings with a three-meats (mozzarella, ricotta, and Fra' Mani Toscano salami, sausage, and mortadella, $15), or avoid America's squishiest export with a Jacqueline—a tomato-free pizza with potato, fontina, bacon, and oregano ($14).
Slice of Broadway serves up a menu of delicious pizza, which is offered by the section or by the full circle and paired with 35 toppings, including zucchini, linguica, breaded chicken, bacon bits, celery, feta, meatballs, and more. Surrounded by art-adorned walls and the likenesses of palm trees, customers can sip a domestic draft ($2.50) while consuming one of the 14 specialty pizzas. Humor your stomach with a medium Buff Chicken pizza, which consists of mozzarella, chicken, red onion, celery, and feta cheese roaming wild on a doughy range that's smothered in buffalo sauce ($14). Or pick and choose toppings and one of six sauces to create your own special combo. Stop in between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and hit the lunch buffet of pizza and salad ($7), or become the master of your own salad destiny at the salad bar ($5).
Pete’s Restaurant & Brewhouse pairs handcrafted brews with a menu of specialty pizzas, pastas, burgers, and salads. The six different beers on offer include the Old Town Red—a malty, ruby-colored brew—a traditional Bavarian wheat ale, and the Uptown Blonde. Along with the eatery’s signature pies, guests can sample popular entrees such as house-made lasagna, New York steak, and fish and chips—a dish native to the United Kingdom, where French fries are called “chips” and chips are called “lorries.”
Anthony's Italian Cuisine treats guests to homey Italian-American feasts of sautéed chicken, baked veal, eggplant pasta, and freshly baked pizzas. Diners chow down on pie slices topped with fresh basil and cheese, or munch on pasta plates of shrimp Florentine, beef-filled tortellini, and baked mostacolli. Families eat surrounded by a simple, cozy space filled with red-checked tablecloths and old photos on the walls.
For nearly 30 years, Rico’s Italian Pizza has been hitting the spot with hand-tossed pies anchored by gooey cheese, savory meats, and fresh produce. The Rico’s Special stands out from an array of pizzas with its edible raiment of salami, pepperoni, olives, mushrooms, and sausage. In addition to doughy creations, growling stomachs are rendered speechless by the restaurant’s tasty pastas, chicken wings, and hot baked sandwiches stuffed with pastrami, canadian bacon, and meatballs. Glasses of wine complement Rico’s italian cuisine, whereas frosty pitchers of ice-cold brews tickle upper lips like a prop Groucho Marx moustache.
Inside Rico’s Italian Pizza, diners can also fill up on entertainment via big-screen TV, jukebox, or arcade game. The restaurant’s catering packages help party planners provision offsite parties, school events, and corporate functions.
Straw Hat Pizza turned 50 years old a couple of years ago. Great family dining at reasonable prices. Same great taste since the beginning - lots of toppings with real California Cheese - no fillers in any of our food products. Think quality !