Because the word “pizza” comes first in Pizza Gallery and Grill, people go there for the pizza, rather, one of its endless varieties of pizzas.
Those who are more familiar, however, know the place has fine sandwiches, entrees and, more than anything, salads. It also has a spacious indoor-outdoor bar area with worthy cocktails, various low-cost “specials” (“Boomer Buffet,” fellow superannuates?) and all sorts of cool promotions.
But did you know the Avenue Viera standby also now serves Sunday brunch weekly for only $16.99 per bruncher, and that said brunch includes either a Bloody Mary or mimosa, not to mention a choice of foods that extends from the main dining room to the bar area? It does, and it’s not half bad.
Not station- but self-service, it begins with a well-done introduction by the server, who will inform you that omelets and eggs benedict are available by order and made in the kitchen; everything from Caribbean mango slaw to beef stroganoff is on the buffet tables.