$12 for $25 Worth of Pizza
The menu includes fried zucchini ($7.75), turkey subs ($8.95), and baked lasagna ($11.25). Specialty pizzas, such as margherita pies with mozzarella, fresh tomatoes, basil, and garlic ($14.99 for a 14") and the caprese pizza draped in fresh mozzarella, sliced tomatoes, basil, and olive oil, dazzle palates.
Grande Pizza Co.
In Grande Pizza's stop-motion commercial, a sorcerous chef’s apprentice gives life to an army of tiny dough men. Rather than do his bidding, the dough men combine to form a towering monster. The door swings open, and a valiant executive chef appears. With a flick of the finger, he transforms the beast into a tasty pizza, eternally condemned to a pizza-box prison. All is right with the world.
It's this appreciation for irreverence and experimentation that has helped the Grande Pizza locations spread across Florida. Ovens in their shops spill scents of steam-laden pastas and hot subs with sautéed turkey or sausage. Of course, Grande's pizza is the hub around which the menu revolves. Fistfuls of Grande cheese spread across a warm topography of ladled marinara, with some accented by Boar's Head meats. Chefs then scatter on toppings, such as mushrooms and ham, as well as pineapple and feta cheese. Additionally, fresh ingredients anchor recipes of homemade soups, lasagna, sauces, and pizza dough.
93% of 339 customers recommend
“Best pizza ever..... Lorraine delivers great service! ”
“Their stomboli was delicious, my girl got some pasta dish and the portion was very generous. We sat outside but their chair were uncomfortable, maybe inside is better.”
“It's a nice”