The interior of this decades-old pizza place makes it fairly clear that these walls have seen better days – there's not much light filtering through the few windows and there are actually filing cabinets in the dining area. But the decor isn't the only thing that hasn't been updated in a while: luckily, the prices haven't either. And for such low prices, the food is impressively tasty.
With a lengthy menu that includes various salads, sandwiches, seafood, all manner of pasta dishes and of course pizza, there's more than enough options here for anyone to choose from. The appetizer menu alone includes a wide array of selections, from baked clams to fried ravioli to a generously expansive garden salad (including tomato, cucumber, cauliflower, lettuce, onion, carrots and celery) for only $2.
The rest of the menu is no less extensive and no less impressive. But as with any good pizzeria, the pizza is the real draw. Along with all the typical toppings (sausage, onions, mushrooms, green peppers, pepperoni) there are a good deal of additional toppings as well (including fresh zucchini, shrimp and hot giardiniera). The pizza (which comes in thin crust, thick crust and stuffed crust) earns its reputation for being authentically delicious, but you might enjoy it more if you order it to go.
Average cost: $10-$20
Centerstage Reviewer: Zach Freeman