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The arty pizzeria with an arty name now has more than the vote-getter calzone and pizza with more toppings than roads leading to Rome. The Masterpiece (pepperoni, sausage, beef, mushrooms, black olives, green bell peppers and sliced tomato, with jalapeño on request) remains the prevailing pie able to feed a legion of cubist art fans, but its now joined by the Maui Invitational (sweet and spicy barbecue sauce, ham, bacon, Maui onion, tomatoes, pineapple, mozzarella, cheddar and provolone). Both can be ordered large enough to fill a booth table, and perhaps adhere you to a leather banquette under the track lighting. You could go for the decidedly plebian Margherita or venture into the hinterlands with the Thai steak, avocado and mango salad. Surround all that with a sports bar feel with its attendant TV screens focused on soccer, baseball, football and the like, and its no wonder the place feels like Picasso might have designed itor at least eaten there.
We used to be satisfied with the greasy calzones at your standard mall food court pizza joints (Famous Famiglia, Sbarro, etc.), but now that we've sampled the Italian staple at Picasso's, we just can't go back. There are those of us who'd argue Picasso's serves up the best pizza pie in town, but fold the crust over and it's just as good, if not better. You can choose from the normal toppings--pepperoni, sausage, olives, etc.--but Picasso's also gives you the added advantage of... More »
We used to be satisfied with the greasy calzones at your standard mall food court pizza joints (Famous Famiglia, Sbarro, etc.), but now that we've sampled the Italian staple at Picasso's, we just can't go back. There are those of us who'd argue Picasso's serves up the best pizza pie in town, but fold the crust over and it's just as good, if not better. You can choose from the normal toppings—pepperoni, sausage, olives, etc.—but Picasso's also gives you the added advantage of "deluxe toppings" (artichoke hearts, feta cheese, pine nuts, etc.) and "gourmet toppings" (steak fajita meat, portabella mushroom, smoked Gouda, etc.), allowing you to take your calzone experience to the limit. We highly recommend the large—not only will it feed you for a couple days, but if some freak snowstorm blew up, you could probably crawl in the thing and survive. It's that big, people.
As far as pizza goes, their Florentine (spinach and cheese wrapped in the crust, with chicken, tomato and spinach as toppings) or the Sweet and Spicy (pepperoni, sausage, red onion, pineapple and jalapeno) are SO good! Other menu selections are tasty too, especially the salads.
Tie count: 6 Diaper count: 2 Mom jeans count: 10 I was finishing the last three miles of my usual Wednesday 25-mile workout at LA Fitness, thinking about how it would really be worth it to get some fake boobs just so that I could hold my keys... More »
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