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Stromboli Columbia South Carolina

Stromboli Columbia South Carolina

Superb Stromboli in Columbia South Carolina

Many people hear the phrase, stromboli in South Carolina and assume it came from Italy. Nope. It's from South Philly where the creators named the new sandwich sensation after a volcanic island in Italy. Nonetheless, calzone and stromboli both make a delightful, hand-held meal.

If you think these stromboli and calzone are the same things, please think again. Although similar, there are dramatic differences between a calzone and a stromboli in Columbia, South Carolina. Yes, both are more or less derived to make a portable form of classic pizza, but the sameness ends there.

Origins

Calzones made their delicious debut in Naples, Italy. Typically made as a single serving, a calzone is made with a circle of salted dough that's piled high with meats, cheese, and veggies before being folded into a semi-circle, crimped, egg-washed and oven-baked. Stromboli, on the other hand, derives from the south side of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A stromboli is also made with pizza dough, but instead of being folded into a half circle, the dough and fillings are rolled into more of a cigar shape. Meant to serve several hungry eaters, a baked stromboli is sliced into single portions instead of being served whole.

Here at Schiano's Old Time Pizza Restaurant, we make a variety of calzone and stromboli in Columbia South Carolina. Out traditional Italian calzone is stuffed with pepperoni and ham. Go for a super-special calzone, and we'll add green peppers, onions, and mushrooms. On the stromboli side, we offer an enchanting chicken 'boli made with grilled chicken, mozzarella, mushrooms, onions, green peppers and a slight slather of sauce. Vegetarians clamor for out veggie calzone made with plenty of sauteed 'shrooms, onions and peppers. Feeling extra hungry? Order up a couple of deli 'boil crescents brimming with Genoa salami, pepperoni, imported ham and melty mozzarella cheese.

We think there's no better way to get your appetite revved than to show you a few samplings from our appetizer menu:

  • Breaded Mozzarella Sticks Our chef starts with naturally aged mozzarella that's lightly breaded and deep fried to golden perfection.
  • Romano Chicken Tenders Made with quality poultry, these babies are hand-breaded, crispy friend and serve with tangy honey-mustard sauce.
  • Garlic Bread Sticks Slathered in drawn butter with plenty of garlic; breadsticks goodness is served piping hot from the Schiano's oven.
  • Chicken Wings Opt for mild, medium hot hot hot or teriyaki
  • Italian Sampler We know it's hard to choose just one appetizer. That's why we offer a sweet sampler plate that includes chicken tenders, meatballs, garlic bread sticks and crispily fried mozzarella sticks.

New Yorkers started loving Schiano's pizza back in the 1960s when the first restaurant opened doors for business in Brooklyn. Today, more than 100 Schiano's Old Time Pizza Restaurants serve the New York and New Jersey regions. And now, there's a Schiano's right here where you can nosh stromboli in Columbia South Carolina any day of the week.

Order online, or call 803-788-7808

Stromboli Columbia South Carolina
Schiano's
8037887808
10120 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, SC 29223

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