These half-moon pizza sandwiches originated in Naples in the 1800’s. Unlike pizza (which is eaten with a knife and fork in Naples), the calzone could be eaten while walking. Calzones are named after the loose-fitting pants the workers wore at the time.
Our calzones are a little bigger than those original ones, so we recommend using silverware to enjoy it. (Seriously, they barely fit on the plate!)
Each calzone is hand-made using our pizza dough, shredded mozzarella, our secret spices, and fresh ingredients, and then baked in our 550° oven. Most do not have sauce inside, and are instead served with the sauce of your choice for dipping.
You can design your own with any of our pizza toppings. Or, you can pick from one of the favorites listed here:
Feeling extra adventurous? Have us turn your favorite specialty pizza into a calzone for you.
The Stromboli originated in Pennsylvania in the 1950’s.
There is a small Italian island by that name, but legend has it that the name has a more sordid past. Ingrid Bergman had just starred in a movie by the same name, and was involved in an alleged scandal during the filming. The name was given to this meal to capitalize on the publicity.
Unlike other restaurants, we do not roll our Stromboli. Instead, we braid the dough around your fillings, creating a savory, Italian turn-over.
Our traditional Stromboli includes pizza sauce, mozzarella, salami, and pepperoni.
Want something different? We can customize yours with any of the toppings off our pizza menu. Includes a dipping sauce of your choice.