Offers a wide variety of thin-crust pizzas along with lasagna, calzones, sandwiches, and even muffalettas.
This local upstart takes aim at the big delivery chains by offering pizzas – with gourmet ingredients and good crust – for practically a steal.
We blame Wolfgang Puck, basically. Which is not a bad thing at all.
You may crave a conventional Margherita pizza or something really wild like the Mother Lode – a combination of pepperoni, sausage, ground sirloin, bacon, onions, mushrooms, and green and red bell peppers.
Whether sweet or savory, the pies here are changing the suburban grazing grounds thanks to an emphasis on house-made ingredients and imaginative flavor combinations. The desserts are enormous, so don’t shoulder the burden alone.
The sister restaurant to Apis restaurant & Apiary features hand-milled sourdough bread, considered salads, and wood-fired pizza made from locally sourced and sustainable ingredients.
Saccone's motto is "Pizza With a Jersey Attitude." Pasta, calzones, stromboli, and subs round out the menu.
Clams Casino, shrimp scampi, and Capellini in Pink Sauce are just a few of the treats waiting here for you.
From your basic deep-dish pepperoni (the Detroiter) to an upscale fig-prosciutto-balsamic (the Cadillac) or a thin-crust clam pie, you can't go wrong with Via. Pair your pizza with a Faygo, cocktail, or draft beer.
This is the perfect place to grab a genuine, thin-crust New York style pizza to carry out. This is the foldable, bubbles in the crust pizza that puts you right on a wintery Manhattan sidewalk.
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