Rockstone Pizzeria & Pub is a newer restaurant at 116th and Allisonville in Fishers, Indiana that has the potential to really catch on. The pub part of Rockstone Pizzeria & Pub features a great local beer list and the pizzeria part offers both wood-fired and traditional crust pizzas. Beyond that, they also serve starters, salads, sandwiches, pasta, and dessert. I went with their bread sticks as a starter and enjoyed them. They are doughy with more flavor than they look like they would have, and their dipping sauces are especially tasty. My favorite dipping sauce was the pale ale chorizo cheese sauce, followed by the house tomato sauce, and then the Mac Daddy cheese sauce, but, again, they were all very good.
Naturally, I had to sample both Rockstone’s wood-fired pizza and their traditional pizza. Surprisingly, I actually preferred their traditional one over the wood-fired, but they were both enjoyable pizzas. The traditional “Meatzorilla” was very flavorful, and I especially liked its crispy pepperoni. I also found its crust to be just as good, if not better, than the wood-fired margherita pizza’s crust. Interestingly, the wood-fired pizza seemed to have a thicker and airier crust than the traditional one. I don’t think you could really go wrong with any pizza at Rockstone Pizzeria & Pub though, and I would recommend it for a nice dine-in experience as the interior is fairly spacious.
What I Ate: Meatzorilla and Margherita
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