How much worse it would be if your kids liked it.Well if someone wants to go there and tell him the pizza sucks I'm all for it. Maybe it would get better. It just can't be me.
The place is in an old fire house, so hence the logo. I think one of the local kids made it.
I wonder if there could be another thread to explore such an assertion.Basic pizza is just bread, sauce and cheese. There can't be that much range the best to worst.
Dude...stay on track.Abbot's Pizza Company in Abbot Kinney (Venice) is very different (made with bagel dough instead of traditional pizza dough) but very good. They have a great salad pizza and their "everything" crust is awesome, if you like everything bagels. Lots of other very creative combos there. Nothing like apizza Napoletana, but a very good and interesting take on pizza.
Sorry for the thread drift. @EROCK CONN said he’d only had trash pizza in Southern California. This is in Southern California and it’s not trash, so I thought I’d help a brother out.Dude...stay on track.
Thanks for the reminder of what had been the reigning 2010's champ at the time I went to earlier-mentioned Uncle Buck's with the same kids, now a few years older.Did I miss it, or did no-one suggest Big-Y's Party Pizza? I leave the party when that thing arrives.
There is a Pizza my Heart in Los Gatos now too, if you get down that way. Not sure if these are as good as the original in Capitola. Used to get a pie to go and sit on a bench by the beach at sunset.Thanks for the tip - might have to try those. i’ve had pizza in so cal many times and once in Napa and it was trash.
You are not wrong, but I kinda liked Pesaro's. There was no other pizza like it before or since. It wasn't just thin crust, the entire pizza was slide under this door thin. And the crust was kinda rubbery, looking back it must have been double gluten. And the toppings weren't really toppings, more like little multi-colored cubes.Pesaro's just off campus had free delivery otherwise no one would ever eat it. Just terrible, like it was made by blind people who assembled it based on a verbal description.