View Full Version : I have found a new favorite pizza place.

06-08-2005, 08:20:10

The beer is better then the Pizza and prices are reasonable on the pies. The beer however is not cheap though it is excellent. The crowd tends to be young college kids, the tables were made by the owner and his friends out of lumber from the Home Depot, and the interior is simply done in old surf boards & local sports memorabilia.

Still, the pizza menu is very innovative, the prices are reasonable and the beer is one of a kind, and the beach front location filled with beach bunnies doesn't hurt. Two thumbs up. :b: :b:

06-08-2005, 08:43:18
That's excellent!

06-08-2005, 09:53:20
hmm, I love beer, but I'd take pizza over beer any day.

That's why I got to Papa John's. I love Papa John's pizza. But no beer though. They don't even have a restaurante section to eat in.

06-08-2005, 09:58:25
Today I enjoyed their garlic veggie pizza which had enough fresh chopped garlic to kill a horse on it but I loved it.

The Norks
06-08-2005, 10:03:27
papa johns is the best, i love their dirty garlic sauce

06-08-2005, 17:49:22
Luckily (or unluckily) my favourite pizza place is a 1 minute walk from home!

self biased
06-08-2005, 18:00:56
that's the one great thing about upstate new york. there's so many great independent pizza places. pappa johns can suck my dick.

06-08-2005, 18:22:42
As the chains go papa johns is ok but I prefer the independents.

self biased
06-08-2005, 18:50:22
down with the man!

06-08-2005, 22:54:29
I think I'll stick with Italy as my favourite pizza place.

07-08-2005, 10:20:03
Originally posted by Oerdin
As the chains go papa johns is ok but I prefer the independents.

I would if I could find a good one in my neigbborhood. Or anywhere in town for that matter.

The smaller joints all sell "discount" pizza. they are all in strip malls and have pizza kind of like Little Caesar's. Cheaply made.

Or you have the yuppie places like Sammy's woodfried pizza. I think they have them in southern California, so you may know of them. In fact I think there was one on the Mission circle north road in San Diego.

Or you could go to some ridculously expensive restaurant and order pizza. It's probably pretty good. But most good restaurants in Las Vegas are over priced. Especially if it's one that caters to tourists on the strip.

The fact is, I don't know of any place to buy a decent pizza in my town. I should search the internet boards, maybe I can find some place online that I haven't heard by word of mouth. That is real word of mouth versus internet word of mouth. Or I guess that would be word of fingertips.

08-08-2005, 09:55:41
Originally posted by Cruddy
I think I'll stick with Italy as my favourite pizza place.

thanks, one on me for you if you show up here

Lazarus and the Gimp
08-08-2005, 19:38:01
If you're in Britain, Pizza Express is excellent.

The Norks
08-08-2005, 20:09:05
we do have a few good italian independents restaurants round here. Dolce Vita in Reading is particularly good