Any way you slice it is good place to go for pizza. Build-your-own-pizzas come in three sizes: medium (regular crust or flat bread), large and extra large. There are eight sauces to choose from including the traditional tomaydo to spicy peanut or spicy garlic wing sauce. Top the sauce with a variety of veggies, meats and cheese.
If those choices seem daunting, pick from their inspired pizza selections. They combined favorite ingredients to take the guesswork out of ordering, then added something special: a standard pepperoni pizza arrives with Italian sausage, mozzarella, provolone, mushrooms onions and tri-colored peppers. Northwest sausage and apple pizza also has fig jam to add flavor, and North of the Border uses homemade guacamole for a dipping sauce.
If you are not in the mood for any variation of tomato or pizza then there are soups, sides, salads, baked specialties and signature salads. Tom-tom combos let you put together two of your favorite items, one from the bowl of soup category and the other a half salad or sandwich. Southwest mesquite turkey, tuna salad and the Sonoma should all be familiar choices for the lunch or dinner crowd.
Baked specialties usually include garlic bread, a side salad or a bowl of soup. Lasagna, meat or vegetarian, home made mac-n-cheese, or a calzone are the main choices in this grouping.
Signature salads are mind boggling in their ingredients and dressing choices. If you can’t find a salad you like here, you must not like salad at all.
The final decision to make is if you are going to eat in (at any one of their four locations), get it to-go, or have it delivered. No matter if you say tomato or Lycopersicon esculentum, everyone agrees this is a good place to eat.