When it comes to pizza, the possibilities are practically endless. We all have our standard go-to – mine is kale, mushrooms, and lots of garlic. But sometimes, it’s fun to experiment. Herb & Fire Pizzeria lets you do just that.
Another concept from Faro Uccello, president and founder of Uccello’s Hospitality Group, Herb & Fire offers an array of classic Italian ingredients not limited to fresh mozzarella, basil, and house-made Italian sausage. Their signature pizzas give you creative spins on traditional pies and their list of create-your-own toppings, cheeses, and sauces will make it hard to choose.
Want a BBQ chicken pizza topped with gorgonzola and banana peppers? You got it. How about a zucchini, broccoli, and spinach pizza topped with a balsamic reduction? Sounds tasty! What if you’re hankering for a BLT? Make it with Applewood smoked bacon, roasted tomatoes, and arugula. Want it for breakfast? Put a hard-boiled egg on it!
Their list of toppings will have you craving a slice every day of the week. Depending on which day, you might be able to take advantage of their fun events and community discounts: Kids Eat Free Mondays, Healthcare Wednesdays, daily lunch specials, and student, veteran, and public servant discounts.
What’s even better is that there are TWO locations. You could have lunch in Grandville and grab dinner (and a movie!) out by Celebration! North. Or vice versa! Any time is a good time for some ‘za.
See what kind of concoction you can come up with at herbandfirepizzeria.com.
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