Triangular pizza slices are easy to eat quickly, just like diagonally cut sandwiches and an isosceles note passed in class. Save your appetite for this Groupon.
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You can order anything on the menu, which includes traditional thin-crust and pan pizzas, as well as nova pies made with olive oil in place of tomato sauce, baked mostaccioli, salads, and italian sandwiches.
Want a Suggestion?
- Pizza—16-inch cheese pizza ($15.95)
- Dessert—cannoli ($3.45)
Total Bill: $19.40
When childhood pals Michael Caringella and Armand Christopher bought Elmwood Park's Victory Tap in 1956, one of their first orders of business was determining the name of their new establishment. Michael won the deciding coin toss, but to dodge any complaints that might arise, slyly chose to dub their eatery Armand’s Victory Tap, after his coin-toss-losing partner. With Armand’s original artwork gracing the walls and Michael’s thin-crust pizza flying from the oven, the restaurant received positive reviews; and although Armand sold his portion to Mike in the 1960s, the eatery—since renamed Armand's Pizzeria—still thrives today.
City-dwellers and suburbanites alike can taste a slice of the original thin-crust pie at any of Armand's 10 locations. Though menus differ slightly at each eatery, all contain thin- or pan-crust pizzas crowned with an array of fresh toppings, ranging from ham, bacon, and pineapple to feta and kalamata olives to italian beef and spicy giardiniera. Beyond pizza, the chefs pull mozzarella mostaccioli from the oven, glaze baby back ribs with tangy barbecue sauce, and assemble hearty sandwiches from italian beef and italian sausage, the same materials that used to line the deli counter at the Roman coliseum.