Category Pizza Joint Reviews

Coal Town Pizza in Franklin TN’s Westhaven – Where’s the Coal?

Over on the west side of my hometown, on what we locals call “Old Highway 96,” sits the development known as Westhaven. It’s a rather large somewhat upscale place full of a lot of homes too close together for my comfort. There’s also something a bit “Truman Show” about the sameness of the houses that […]

Paul Revere Pizza House—Quick Pie in the Philly ‘Burbs

It had been a long time in coming, but Mrs. Pie and I finally made our first trip to see our son, The Philosopher, and his wife at their new digs in suburban Philly. They moved just a few towns over to Lansdowne, and we found ourselves aimlessly looking for a place to have a […]

North Italia-Growing Chain Makes a Darn Good Pizza

I can hear it already. Has the Snob lost his mind? Has he run out of new pizza places to visit? Are they paying him for this blog post? Is he just too distraught over the Yankees losing to the Red Sox? What goes with him writing about a chain whose main focus ain’t pizza? […]

Flavio’s Brick Oven Pizza & Bar—Fine Restaurant Serves a Fantastic Pizza

Well, the Snob is still here but working at a snail’s pace. I think not being in New York City for 18 months now has made me lost some of my spark for pizza. But nonetheless, that doesn’t mean I haven’t found a few new good spots recently. Here’s another one from my holiday on […]

Il Panificio in Florida’s Siesta Key—Notable Pizza Baker Takes Over Old Solorzano’s Spot

Let me start by saying that it’s time for the Snob to get busy again. It’s not that I haven’t been eating pie lately, it’s just that I need to get my blogging mojo back. So, without further ado, here’s the first of a few that I’ve been stockpiling over the last few months. The […]

Brooklyn Pizza & Cafe—A Nashville Pizza Commodity

Commodity: A basic good used in commerce that is interchangeable with other goods of the same type. Let’s face it. Pizza is more important to some folks more than it is to others. Case in point is one of my pizza pal’s fathers. I recently gave my friend a pizza tip for his family while […]

Culaccino in Downtown Franklin, TN—A Great Neapolitan Pie Comes to Town

Mrs. Pie and I have lived in Franktown for over 20 years and have always loved our quaint historic downtown. Drive west on Highway 96 and you will eventually hit the circle and immediately feel its charm. Albeit small in quantity, the quality of the shops and spots to eat has been high. However, things […]

Kingston Springs’ Skyking Pizza—A Necessary Nashville Side Trip

While the Pandemic has certainly slowed down the adventures of a travelling Pizza Snob, I also have not taken this as an opportunity to mop up my list of local joints I have yet to visit. Although Mrs. Pie didn’t exactly jump at my idea for a long overdue Friday “date night” in the mighty […]

Zoli’s Pizza—Just When I Thought There Was No Great Pizza in Fort Worth

The Pizza Snob had all but given up on finding great pizza in Fort Worth. It seemed that there only was an pretty good Neapolitan pie at Cane Rosso and a bunch of mediocre New York slices at places named Joe something or other. But, I hadn’t been doing my homework and leave it to […]

Pequod’s Pizza–Deep Dish Delight from Chicago to Your Doorstep

In my nine years as The Pizza Snob, all I have ever earned from the labors of this blog were a few free slices from some of my fave local pizza joints and a discount one time when I made the mistake of telling a place I was coming to check them out. The mistake […]