I wish I had brought a camera today.
The pizza was fantastic. When I first got there I saw the prices of their slices and thought *AYE!!!*... they were more expensive than I'm used to.
$2.85 per slice for cheese.
$3.50 per slice for pepperoni.
$.60 per topping, per slice.
I got the pepperoni.
They claimed their slices were 'big', but hey... who doesn't claim that? Well... they were downright huge. Well worth the $3.50 for a pepperoni slice.
Before I saw the slice, I ordered half of a caprese salad to go with it. I figured I'd get something to supllement my appetite, after all, I'm not a little dude.
After I ate the slice, I could barely finish less than half of the half salad.
It looks like they cut their 18" pies in to 6 pieces to get their huge slices.
The pizza was delicious. The inner crust was droopy, though. Droopier than normal at the end. It seemed just a little too thin at the center of the pie. Even folded, the slice wagged pretty bad.
The outer crust was a little less pronounced than most NY style is. It was only a little taller than a half inch high. It was very light and 'crusty' though. Great flavor in the crust all by itself.
One thing I thought was a bit strange, but I liked it, was that they serve their slices with a dill pickle spear. Interesting touch. It was a nice compliment to the pie. Something for you pizza joint owners to think about.
Overall, I'd consider this a real find. They blow the other mom-pop pizza joint in Round Rock, TX, away, and that's saying a lot.