From Our Editors
The pizza purveyors at Sorrento's sling thin-crust pies into a brick oven in between assembling noncircular savories such as hot grinders and calzones. An appetizer of fried dough jump-starts gustatory glands with an accompaniment of powdered sugar and cinnamon or savory marinara sauce ($4.95). Anchor levitating dinner tables with the 12-inch house special, which is a topping-heavy pizza that bears pepperoni, meatballs, sausage, bacon, and chopped vegetables ($10.95). Mouths can admire the 12-inch mozzarella pizza ($7.50) uncovered or conceal its bareness with a choice of regular or premium toppings that include sausage, eggplant, hot peppers, crispy chicken, and clams ($1.25 each). Sorrento's culinary artisans also craft hot grinders into five different flavors of parmigiana, such as veal ($5.50+) and eggplant ($4.95+).