Pizza by the Harbour | Noblesville, IN

Pizza by the Harbour in Noblesville, IN_Pepperoni and Extra Cheese Pizza

Pizza by the Harbour has carryout and delivery locations in Noblesville and Sheridan, Indiana.  My guess is that the Noblesville location was the first since it is just off of Morse Reservoir, and the closest body of water to the Sheridan restaurant seems to be a retention pond.  I had heard good things about the Pizza by the […]

The Flying Goat | Spokane, WA

The Flying Goat in Spokane, WA_Gordon Pizza

The Flying Goat in Spokane, Washington is hard to categorize, but I believe they can be best described as a relaxed sports gastropub that takes pride in offering unique and quality options – this is evident from their beer and wine selection to their pizza toppings.  All of the pizza creations at The Flying Goat are very creative, and I […]

Bearno’s | Louisville, KY

Bearno's Pizza in Louisville, KY_Buffet Pizza

Bearno’s Little Sicily has thirteen locations in the Louisville area and one in Florida.  I dined at one in downtown Louisville not far from the Yum! Center, which I felt had to be a good omen.  I was immediately proven right as soon as I noticed the sign outside of Bearno’s stating that their pizza and salad buffet with […]

Padrino | Milford, OH

Padrino in Milford, OH_Bruschetta Pizza

Padrino, located in downtown Milford, is just three doors down from 20 Brix – a restaurant by the same owners.  I am told that 20 Brix is a very nice restaurant as well, but, naturally, I wanted to try Padrino since it has been recognized as having one of the area’s best pizzas by Cincinnati Magazine.  Before […]

Mikey’s Pizza Pit Stop | Knox, IN

Mikey's Pizza Pit Stop in Knox, IN_Sausage, Green Olive, and Garlic Pizza

Mikey’s Pizza Pit Stop in downtown Knox, Indiana has been called the best pizza in town by some, and this is in a town with two other great pizza joints nearby (Gina Marie’s Pizza and Al’s Pizza and Subs).  Mikey’s Pizza Pit Stop reminded me a little bit of Al’s because they both add garlic to the […]

Flying Pie Pizzeria | Portland, OR

Flying Pie Pizzeria_Portland, Oregon_Sausage and Pepperoni Pizza

Flying Pie Pizzeria currently has four locations in Oregon, and I ate at the one in Portland.  This name may sound familiar to Man versus Food viewers because Adam Richmond once tried a triple habanero pie at a Flying Pie Pizzeria in Boise, Idaho.  I believe that restaurant and a couple others in Idaho have original ties to the ones in […]

Bella Monica | Raleigh, NC

Bella Monica in Raleigh, NC_Sausage and Pepperoni Pizza

Bella Monica strives to create a traditional Italian neighborhood trattoria in Raleigh, North Carolina, and I think they do a pretty good job of it.  The service at Bella Monica was exceptional as everyone was very friendly and accommodating to our group.  Furthermore, they have a large wine selection and seem to use high quality […]

Adrienne’s Pizza Bar Review | New York (Financial Districit), NY

Adrienne's Pizza Bar in NYC_Pepperoni and Garlic Pizza

Adrienne’s Pizza Bar in New York City is located in the Financial District of lower Manhattan.  It is in a neat alley of restaurants and bars that is closed off to traffic and has picnic tables covering the road for the outside seating.  Not far from the New York Stock Exchange, I imagine this is an […]

Lombardi’s Pizza Review | New York (Little Italy), NY

Lombardi's in NYC_Margherita Pizza

Lombardi’s Pizza in New York, NY is recognized as the first pizzeria in the United States originally opened by Gennaro Lombardi in 1905.  Gennaro Lombardi was an Italian immigrant who began serving Neopolitan pizza in the Little Italy district of Manhattan in 1897 and received a license for his restaurant by the city of New York in […]

Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub Review | Indianapolis, IN

Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub_Margherita Pizza

Pearl Street Pizzeria & Pub in Indianapolis, Indiana can truly be considered a hidden gem as it is incredibly easy to miss unless you are really looking for it.  Some websites actually have its address as being on Pennsylvania Street, but it is on Pearl Street, which is really more of just an alley off […]