The book club members were divided about that month's selection, Paul Harding's Tinkers. (Some found the book, about fatherhood and mortality, a bit depressing. I liked it fine.) One thing we all agreed on was the pizza the night's host picked up at Lucchesi's. It was delicious.
That pizza was the Ms. Becky with an olive oil glaze, mushrooms, black olives, mixed onions, green peppers, tomatoes, spinach, and a 3-cheese blend ($11.99 large and $13.99 family).
I picked up the Gourmet Vegetarian with spinach, sun dried tomatoes, marinated artichokes, mixed onions, and 3-cheese blend ($11.99, $13.99). Also delicious.
Other take-and-bake options include barbecue, chicken Alfredo, Hawaiian, and the Lucchesi's House, which is topped with salami, pepperoni, and Italian sausage.
The crust hits it somewhere between thin and thick and is very good. You can also buy pizza crusts from Lucchesi's for your creations.