Tomato Bar in Valparaiso, Indiana serves appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and calzones, but their specialty is definitely pizza. I will give them credit for having a pretty cool offering as far as salads go – a build your own option that has a huge amount of toppings to choose from. Still, even that couldn’t get me to sway from my rule of not filling up on salad before pizza. Tomato Bar also features a good selection of unique beers, and I felt that their dining area had a neat ambiance.
Like their salads, Tomato Bar’s pizzas also have a build your own option, and they too have plenty of toppings to choose from. I ordered a 10-inch sausage, green olive, and garlic pizza. I think the saltiness of the green olives went really well with the garlic, but Tomato Bar has their own specialty pizzas if you trust their creations more than mine. Their crust was very sturdy for its general thinness, and it had a lot of cornmeal on the bottom of it. Tomato Bar is certainly a good place to try for pizza in Valparaiso.
What I Ate: Sausage, Green Olive, and Garlic Pizza
Tomato Bar Pizza Bakery
2310 Laporte Avenue
Valparaiso, IN 46383