Greek’s Pizzeria makes good pizza with a delicious garlic butter crust. I also really enjoyed their garlic breadsticks (you may be picking up on the fact that a garlic theme wins over my tastebuds). I visited the Broad Ripple location which, unfortunately, has since closed, but I believe Greek’s started in Muncie. They also have locations in Evansville, Fishers, and southern Indianapolis. Despite the name, Greek’s Pizzeria serves a lot of other food as well including salads, sandwiches, and pasta. However, their pizza is tasty enough that I will probably never know anything about those options.
5/9/2014 Update – Despite the closing of the Broad Ripple location, Greek’s has been expanding to many other areas. I recently carried out from their fairly new restaurant in downtown Carmel, and I still found the pizza to be pretty tasty. The only problem was that the crust didn’t seem to have as much garlic butter as I remembered. It only had a little flavor and seemed kind of doughy. In fact, I felt as though it could have used some dipping sauce, but maybe I just caught them on an off day. Overall, I still enjoyed the Greek’s Pizzeria in Carmel and would be open to eating their pizza again.
What I Ate: Pepperoni
120 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032