I received an email recently from Frank Guilfoyle, who owns Honeybaked Ham and the building that houses it on Broadway Avenue near Towers Mall. Frank was writing to let folks know a new restaurant has moved into the space next door to Honeybaked Ham.
The new place, Torino’s Pizza, is an Italian restaurant offering dine-in, carryout and delivery options. According to Guilfoyle, everything is cooked fresh to order. Torino’s offers appetizers, salads, subs, pasta platters, pizzas, calzones, stromboli and “rolls,” which I assume are similar to stromboli. For those who are not in the mood for Italian, there are burgers on the menu.
The pizza comes on either a New York-style crust or a Sicilian crust. For New York-style, size options are small, medium, large and family. Cheese-only prices are $5.99 (small) to $9.25 (family). Sicilians come in either small ($7/cheese only) or large ($9.50/cheese only). From there, toppings cost extra. They also have some pre-designed pizzas, including vegetarian, Hawaiian, Greek or a white pizza.
Subs come in either 6-inch or 12-inch, and the list includes many of the usual suspects (cheese steak, pizza steak, Italian, eggplant Parmesan, chicken Parm) but they’ve also got a Mexican steak topped with cheese, steak, onions, banana peppers and tomatoes, and gyros.
Pasta plates are all $7.99 to $8.99 and come with garlic bread. That list includes lasagna, manicotti, ravioli, spaghetti, fettucine Alfredo and baked ziti. Calzones and stromboli come in small, medium and large and range from $5.99 to $14.50 for a large deluxe calzone or a large chicken stromboli.
The PDF menu Guilfoyle sent along has a few coupons on the bottom, so if you call to order you may want to ask about that. The telephone number is 904-5575. If you try it, let us know what you thought.