Surprised to see cents in the prices.
I have to agree with this. I'm not convinced the $x.95 thing projects the proper message, but I have no access to the volume differential for rounding up.
But the .95 thing actually works, unfortunately.
There's a lot of information there and it's all the same shade of green - it makes it really hard to parse. Maybe some shades of green?
Panorama would work better as a nighttime view. "Free wifi" could be in boldface. Does the panorama cause problems on mobile devices?
It's a bit twee, but I have a mental image of the different sub-menus being presented on a slice of pizza each: either just a big static round, or a single large piece with next/prev action.
[Aside: you allow "blockquote", but not "q"?]
Consider making the current four boxes at the top shorter, or another possibility is to make them narrower into squares, suggesting pizza boxes.
Either way, that will allow the display of a bit more information in the first screen a mobile visitor sees, and leave room for an above the fold link to the menu, to say nothing of subtly reminding people of all the delicious boxed pizza they should be ordering from you.
If you go square that leaves room for at least an extra column of squares, or balance it out with some arty/stark industrial blank space also providing room for future developments.
Later if more art is decided on consider having an icon for each of the major types of foodstuffs offered: coffee cup, sandwich, salad, whole pizza, single slice, a pint glass, appetizer basket, maybe a car icon for delivery, etc. Some could also be used as links from above the fold to the full sections where they are displayed in blank space near the section’s title, or used enlarged and muted in the backgrounds of each section.
This will give a quick visual presentation of what you offer too, all the better for people’s memories and getting the news about your offerings out, and appealing to hungry and rushed people.
This is fairly off the cuff, I wish I could show you a finished layout of what I’m getting at. I like the spirit of your work and blogging so I wanted to chime in.
Btw, I like the general boldness, the panorama seems great on wifi from a mobile device, but so fast on a desktop browser that it felt more quickly played out.