Pizza Review
Shitty Buffalo pizza I imagine the cheese is even worse
Pizza Review
Pappa's, since 1960. I get it. Greek Pizza is not everyone's favorite. I've never had it before but, I…somehow liked it. You gotta go in with an education: this ain't New York or New Haven style. It's a pan pizza with the dough proofed in olive oil and, I believe, a feta and mozzerella combo melted on top. Again, that's not everyone's style. Not mine either. But if you're looking for a boldly salty flavor and don't mind "grease"—from the olive oil and cheese—this ain't bad. I at least appreciate that it's distinctly flavored. This crust is not thick. I'd say it's mediumly thin. People who like cruch, especially of the type you get in a Grandma pie will like this crust. They're similar, I'd even say this was lighter in the chew than Grandma's, probably down to more fat in the dough. It's got that panned cooked end crust. Dark brown and black crust. Cheese, like I said, tasted sharper and saltier than your standard low moisture mozzerella. If you hate oily pizza, you won't like this. The cheese dominates the slice but it's still a composed slice. It is not a saucy pizza. There's a thin layer below the cheese. I expected oregano and surprisingly didn't get that flavor. It just tastes like a finely ground, straight tomato sauce. I don't think Greek Pizza is about the sauce though. I appreciate flavor in pizza above everything and this delivered on that well enough. They gotta be doing something right if they've been open 62 years. I prefer this to any random slice joint stuff. I shocked myself because I avoided this place and figured I wouldn't like it. Oiliness and sharp/salty flavor will hurt it to many people. But it gets a 6.7 from me.
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