Some Guys Pizza Restaurant is a nice, cozy pasta and pizza place that sits in the northeast corner of Indianapolis, just a few blocks from Broad Ripple Village, one of the six cultural districts in Indianapolis. Its alternative name, “Some guys Pizza Pasta Grill,” puts the emphasis squarely between the two famous Italian food offerings, which gives you an idea what to expect from their menu.
You may be surprised, however, at the sheer variety of tempting food items on the menu, once you open it. Try the pizza, by all means, perhaps the “Bomb” or the “Cajun,” for something unusual. But do consider the pasta and sandwiches, too. You’ve got your choice of Angel Hair, Penne, Spaghetti, Fettuccine and Linguine pastas, which you get to pair with any of the mouth-watering sauces, such as Pomodoro, Tomato and Meatballs, Clam Sauce, Pesto, Marsala and the classic Alfredo.
There’s also a nice list of sandwiches on the menu at Some Guys Pizza Restaurant. Try the BBQ Chicken, the Stromboli or the irresistible Meatball sandwich with cheese and sauce. Italian desserts, anyone? The Cannoli, Tiramisu and Logan are not to be missed, no matter how full you are.
In business for a generation, this particular northeast Indianapolis restaurant has racked up an impressive list of fans throughout Naptown, other cities in Indiana, and even beyond. Some Guys seems to please pizza connoisseurs from Chicago to California, whether they are new Hoosier transplants or were just hungry travelers passing through town.
Favorite pizzas include the House Sausage, the “Stan,” the “Greek” and the “Five Meat Pizza.” As to the pasta offerings, Some Guys Pizza makes a mean Thai Pasta, Tritort in Tomato-Vodka Sauce and Ravioli. The Guys are famous for their homemade lasagna, which they serve fresh, but only on the first Fridays through Sundays of the month.
The guys at Some Guys Pizza Restaurant encourage you to take a partially-baked pizza home and freeze it until you need it; what a great idea for those frenzied occasions when you need something fast and delicious for dinner at home.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Friday, 11:30 am – 2 pm for lunch, 4 pm – 10 pm for dinner
Friday – Saturday, 4 pm – 11 pm for dinner
Sunday, 4 pm – 9 pm for dinner
Some Guys Pizza Restaurant
6235 N Allisonville Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Some Guys Pizza Pasta Grill
12552 N Gray Rd
Carmel, IN 46033
See the Some Guys Pizza website