With Congress passing a heavy new tax on right angles, circular edibles have become the most convenient way to keep food budgets from spiraling out of control. Nibble a delicious discus with today's Groupon to Pizza Heaven Bistro. A family-owned and operated eatery, Pizza Heaven Bistro has been crafting tasty dishes since 1982. Emphasizing healthier food options, the restaurant offers fare that’s prepared fresh daily without additives, preservatives, frying, or touching by grubby baby paws. Stop by to check out live music every Friday and Saturday night, grab a beer, and munch on noshables such as organic whole wheat pastas and gluten-free pizzas baked in a brick oven, then topped with vegan soy cheese and vegan sausage. Pizza Heaven Bistro’s menu also offers a bevy of hot and cold sandwiches, appetizers, and fresh salads.
- Pizza Heaven offers wheat crusts on request and has a really substantial list of vegetarian options. The sandwiches are tasty and the pasta selections are generous and definitely satisfy. – Darrin2009, Citysearch
- Recently I saw live music at pizza heaven and could not have been happier. The ambiance as proven to be highly versatile, as I have brought both dates, and colleagues to the same venue. – Isaac S., Yelp
Pizza Heaven Bistro
Meat eaters will not walk away with empty stomachs at Pizza Heaven Bistro, as toppings of housemade lean italian sausage, bacon, and shrimp can be sprinkled atop five sauce bases, such as agave barbecue and chipotle. Even carnivore-friendly pizzas have a healthy touch, however, as all the grease is drained from each topping before it's baked atop the pie, as the owner explained to reporters at My FOX Phoenix.
Still, pizza has long been the food of crowds—but when that crowd contains vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free devotees, it can be hard to keep everyone happy. The food at Pizza Heaven Bistro is like edible crowd control, with options ranging from wheat-less crusts to vegan soy cheese, complemented by more than 40 toppings that make sure pizzas still burst with flavor. A dedicated vegan menu features veggie meatballs dipped in marinara or buffalo sauce and sandwiches stuffed with sauteed vegetables.
Beer and wine can supplement in-house orders, giving groups glasses to raise in triumph when catching sports victories on the restaurant's TV or when the Friday-night house band agrees to play only "Stairway to Heaven" for the rest of the night.