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$10 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Pizza
Bianco formaggio pizza with a four-cheese blend, fresh garlic, and olive oil ($13.50–$19.95) explores the bounds of New York–style pizza alongside the cheeseburger pizza’s ketchup and mustard ($13.50–$19.95) and the pesto-chicken pizza ($12.50–$18.75). Diners can also take a culinary trip to the Midwest with Chicago-style deep-dish pies ($13.50+). See the menu.
Giovanni's Brick Oven Pizzeria
Crust that’s at once crispy and gooey, imbued with a flavor that’s subtly smoky and fresh, with a texture that’s like a playground for the tongue—this is what brick firing gives to pizza. At Giovanni's Brick Oven Pizzeria, chefs understand that a little extra attention elevates good pizza to gourmet pizza, and so they fire their thin, New York–style crusts directly on the brick of their oven. Yet this is just a single facet to their polygonal masterpieces. Family recipes are another, bringing the results of years of experimentation to pies such as the margherita and hawaiian. Then there’s the creativity—cheeseburger pizzas covered in ketchup, mustard, ground beef, and american cheese—and the variety—25 slices available every day. These are served alongside pastas in bolognese sauce and more than 19 kinds of grinder stuffed with genoa salami and other meats.
Beer and wine, such as Lagunitas and the California red Ménage à Trois, wash down meals and add the extra dimension of pairing to pizza dinners. Guests can enjoy these inside, amid rustic Italian decorations, or on a spacious, heated patio amid fresh breezes and the moon’s attempts to hit diners’ eyes. Giovanni's also hosts special events, such as holiday parties and kids' nights, and contributes to community causes, such as schools and sports teams.