The following is from the local rag:
"Let's face it, until recently the Toledo area had been sorely lacking in the pizza department.
But now we have the 5th Street Pub in Perrysburg to thank for rescuing our taste buds and filling our bellies with New York-style, thin-crust pizza. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
And -- thankfully -- it's not the thin crust we are accustomed to in northwest Ohio, which is wafer-like. This pub, which claims to be Ohio's only certified Neapolitan pizzeria, is located at the site of the former Peppercorns restaurant. 5th Street Pub is the real deal: impeccable and malleable crust made from a 150-year-old recipe, house-made mozzarella and other cheeses, and a perfect pairing of fresh tomato sauce and minty basil.
There are 12 pizzas listed on the menu that are baked in a handmade Italian Stefano Ferrara Napoli brick oven, which is visible from the dining room, and are priced from $9 to $16."
Really, there's official "certified Neapolitan pizzeria"?
And wtf...minty basil?