Pizza Review
You can order regular, crispy or well done. We got crispy. No flop. A little greasy. Pretty thin and crispy. Nice char on the crust. Sauce was ok. More straight tomato. Cheese was prob whole milk mozz hence the grease. Good neighborhood za
Pizza Review
Family-run by third generation pizza makers with Neapolitan style thin crust origins dating back to 1937, there’s a lot of history and expertise that goes into every pie. Deliciously fresh ingredients, each pie is handcrafted and uniquely shaped. The dough is outstanding in both taste & texture, medium thin, bigger than a bar pie and they offer 4 different ways to order your pie: well done, crispy (which I opted for), regular or undercooked (I don’t know what psycho would request this). There’s also an option for “Aunt Mary Style” which is with black pepper & garlic powder. Along with the dough, the crust has just about the perfect level of crisp, thin & tasty, absolutely exquisite. The sauce is full bodied, hearty & strong, great tang and a very distinct flavor. I always prefer a saucier pie to a dry pie but there is just slightly too much sauce in relation to the thinness of the dough. The cheese is also a thick blend of mozzarella, delicious but far too thick for such a thin based pizza. If the dough were thicker, this wouldn’t even be an issue. But it’s a terrific pie overall, the crispy thin crust style is definitely the way to go, just dial back the sauce a smidge and the cheese a bit more and we’re talking easy 8s. Some might argue this belongs in the 8s already but I’m gonna hold them to a higher standard to see if these little adjustments can make a difference. Well worth trying and traveling within a half hour.
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