Category Pizza Joint Reviews

Lockeland Table—East Nashville Gourmet Restaurant Makes a Great Pizza

One of the Pizza Snob’s unwritten rules is to only blog about places that specialize in pizza. I therefore typically exclude places where pie is merely a sideline to their main menu. I recently made an exception for East Nashville’s Lockeland Table after getting repeated reports about how good their pizza is. The occasion was […]

UPDATE: Nick’s Italian Deli and Pizzeria in Franklin, TN Quietly Calls It Quits

Someone recently brought to my attention that Nick’s Italian Deli and Pizzeria in my hometown of Franklin had shut down for good. Not much of a fan of their pizza, nor were they on any of my local pizza bud’s radar, it was not surprising that I missed this old news. Word is that the […]

Benny Fierro’s—Big Slice Redux in Pittsburgh

When I visited Pittsburgh last year, I walked by an interesting-looking pizza joint on Carson Street called Benny Fierro’s. While I’m not completely sure what attracted me to this place, it may have just been the intrigue stemming from the fact that it was closed on Thanksgiving Friday. But, what made this whole incident very […]

Aiello’s Pizza—More Pie in Pittsburgh

In my continuing discovery of the endearing city of Pittsburg, I have really taken a liking to a stretch of Murray Avenue in the Squirrel Hill area that is full of shops and great places to eat. On a recent trip, I paid a visit to Aiello’s Pizza. A well-liked local pizza joint (vintage 1978), […]

Roberta’s–Brooklyn’s Pizza Superstore

If there was ever a pizza superstore, it must be Brooklyn’s Roberta’s Pizza. After hearing so much about this place which opened back in 2008, I finally made the long and winding journey to their giant compound on the lower end of New York City’s large island borough. The Snob thinks it’s sad that for […]

Sun Tavern—A Great Place for Pizza in Roselle Park, NJ

Here’s an adventure that came courtesy of my younger brother. This past Fourth of July weekend, he suggested we visit one of his old Jersey haunts for a Sunday afternoon lunch with our Dad. The place was the Sun Tavern on busy Westfield Avenue in Roselle Park just west of Elizabeth. With three large spaces […]

Menlo Pizza & Subs—Yes, Jersey is the Pizza State!

If I was a singer-songwriter, I’d write a song about the greatness of New Jersey pizza. I can even imagine a massive crowd at MetLife Stadium joining in with me on the chorus singing “Yes, Jersey is the Pizza State!” Well, that’s never gonna happen, but I mean what I say. There is no state […]