Authentic Italian Cuisine

Posted on Mar 7, 2013 | 0 comments

You can find all your favorite Italian dishes and more in Ale Pie House.

Note: Our menu is gluten-free friendly!

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Ale Pie House offers a large menu of Italian favorites, including spaghetti, ravioli, lasagna, ziti and pizza –New York thin and crispy, Chicago stuffed and even gluten-free styles. (Vegan cheese is also available.)

More than 20 specialty pies are on the menu, including:

● Meat Veggie Fruit Pie: Ham, tomato, beef, black olives, mushrooms, garlic, pepperoni, bacon, spinach, red onions, green peppers, pineapple and mozzarella

● Yummy Hummus Pie: Italian hummus, applewood bacon, garlic, artichokes, spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms and mozzarella

● Mediterranean Pie: Tzatziki sauce, Greek style gyros, white onion, garlic, mozzarella, lettuce and diced tomatoes

● Traditional Hamburger Pie: mustard sauce, beef, applewood bacon, cheddar, mozzarella, lettuce tomato, onions and pickles

● Picasso Pie: Prosciutto, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, basil and mozzarella cheeses

Prices start at $10.45 for a 10-inch New York-style thin pizza; $16.95 for a 10-inch Chicago-style pizza; and $13.95 for a 10-inch gluten-free pizza.

Cheese pizzas start at $7.95 for New York-style; $10.95, Chicago-style; and $9.99, gluten-free. Slices (New York-style only) start at $2.25.

Other menu options include salads ($3.70 to $8.90), subs and paninis ($7.40), wraps ($8.45) and calzones ($6.99/$7.99).

Dinner options include spaghetti ($9.99) to Lobster Mac and Cheese ($14.40), Ale Homemade Mushroom Ravioli ($12.40), Baked Ziti ($12.40), Chicken Marsala ($14.45) and more.

And at the bar, look for a dozen or more beers on tap, including local craft brews from Intuition Ale Works, Bold City Brewery and Pinglehead Brewing Company.

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