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Of course we offer all kinds of pizza (also known as tomato pie. *) A small plain is $12; a large plain is $13. For fresh garlic, peppers, onions, or extra tomato add $1.00, and for other toppings, such as sausage, mushrooms, pepperoni, meatballs, olives, broccoli, spinach, ricotta, hot peppers, anchovies or extra cheese, add $2.00. Or try our unique Mustard Pie (**) for $14.00 small, $15.00 large. Pizza rolls are $3.00.
BUT PAPA'S IS ABOUT MORE THAN JUST TOMATO PIES!!!
SOUP and SALADS:
We now offer Pasta Fagiole and Chicken Soup ($3.00) and salads: a house salad ($3.00), antipasto ($4.50 for small; $7.50 for large), Caesar Salad ($4.50 for small; $6.50 for large) and an option of adding grilled chicken to any salad ($2.75.)
SANDWICHES and SIDES:
Choose a sandwich ($4.50 - $6.00) for steak, cheese steak, chicken cheese steak, sausage, meatball, meatball parmesan, hamburger, pork roll and cheese, and three types of grilled chicken sandwich, all offered with optional toppings of peppers, onions, mushrooms, lettuce, cheese and tomato at .50 each. Fries are $3.00; cheese fries $4.00; mozzarella or zucchini sticks are $6.00. Chicken fingers and french fries are $8.00, perfect for the kids.
Try a cheese steak hoagie wrap: a grilled chicken wrap; a chicken Caesar wrap; or a veggie wrap with roasted peppers, spinach, eggplant and tomato - priced at $6.00 each.
Our pasta choices are spaghetti, rigatoni, ravioli, cavatelli and gnocchi offered with meatballs or sausage ($9.50 - $12.00). Cavatelli is also available with sauteed broccoli rabe and sausage ($12.00.)
Fountain soda choices include Trenton favorite, Red Cream, plus RC Cola, 7-Up, Diet-Rite or Birch Beer ($1.50 glass; $5.00 pitcher), as well as coffee and hot tea ($2.00), bottled water ($1.00) or imported Italian water ($2.00.) Or better yet, bring a bottle of wine to enjoy with dinner!
Papa's is known for high quality, reasonable prices, generous portions, and friendly atmosphere. We are here to satisfy you, and keep you coming back again and again!
*Tomato Pie versus Pizza:
There are those who say that the Trenton speciality known as Tomato Pie has a thinner, crisper crust, with the cheese sparingly put on the crust before the sauce, whereas a pizza has a thicker crust with sauce first, then plentiful cheese on top. Nick Azzaro says that sign makers charged by the letter, and "PIZZA" is five letters shorter than "TOMATO PIES".
**Mustard Pie is another local delicacy. Mustard is put into the dough before the pie is baked, some people love it and others don't get it. Why don't you be the judge?
Here is blog entry from "Allrecipes.com" about Papa's, and Trenton mustard pies:
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After 4 PM
Eggplant Parmigiana & Side of Rigatoni $10.00
Baked Cheese Manicotti $10.00
Chicken Parmigiana & Side of Rigatoni $10.00
Vodka Rigatoni $10.00
Crab & Spaghetti $11.00