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Capone’s Coal Fired Pizza—Pizza with a Theme in Fort Myers, FL

When the Pizza Snob and Mrs. Pie visit friends, they often want to be hospitable and take us to their favorite pizza place. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. One recent such situation was at Capone’s Coal Fired Pizza in beautiful downtown Fort Myers. Being a touristy themed restaurant as such, this had the […]

Downtown House of Pizza—NY Pie in Fort Myers, FL

Yes! It is downtown and truly a house of pizza. Travelling inland from our Sanibel space on the beach, Mrs. Pie and I took a journey to visit the fun downtown of Fort Myers. There we found a way cool collection of shops, palm trees and street art, as well as pizza at the Downtown […]

Al Forno Al Fresco–Amazing Pizza Surprise at Sanibel Island Farmers’ Market

If you read my last post, you learned that Mrs. Pie and I were not enjoying the beaches of beautiful Sanibel Island. So, we decided to leave the bugs and smells behind and pay a Sunday morning visit to the Sanibel Island Farmers’ Market. I’m never really opposed to visiting these kinds of things, mostly […]

Pizza in Sanibel Island, FL—First Stop: The Great White Grill

The Pizza Snob hasn’t been happy during the pandemic. Not only have I not been travelling to new exciting pizza joints, I haven’t even been eating much local pizza. Also, I still have a backlog of pre-pandemic adventures that I have yet to write about. So, here’s an attempt at getting back to the blogging […]

Razza Pizza Artigianale — Neapolitan Pizza Perfection in Jersey City

Long healed from my disinterest in Neapolitan pizza, I was quite surprised that it took me so long to visit Jersey City’s Razza Pizza Artigianale. Even though its tenure has been short, the lofty goals for its handcrafted pizza set and met by its chef and owner, Dan Richer, have been well honored. In fact, […]

Helen’s Pizza in Jersey City—On the Newark Ave Pedestrian Plaza

If you have noticed the recent wane in the Pizza Snob’s productivity, you have been paying attention. Even though I still carry a backlog of pizza places to write about from last year’s travels, the sadness in the air has made me melancholy. I miss the excitement of traveling and exploring, and my heart has […]

Florio’s Restaurant & Pizzeria—Some Good Jersey Slices in Iselin

Well, my backlog of pizza joints to pontificate upon hasn’t gotten sufficient attention during this COVID-19 mess. Knowing that some places might be closed and that their future existence could be in jeopardy were not pleasant thoughts. There was also my Dad’s passing from the virus in a Jersey nursing home that made me not […]

Nashville’s GaGa’s Grandma Pies – Pizza Greatness in the Making

If you are ready to hear the most exciting Nashville pizza news I have had in quite some time, sit back and relax while I first begin with a rather long tale of a recent Pizza Snob adventure. I will then tell you how the subject of my story has adapted to these COVID-19 times […]

Maruca’s Tomato Pies–Pizza You Wanna Talk About on the Asbury Park Boardwalk

My COVID-19 sequestration hit an emotional high point this week when I heard Bruce Springsteen sing this line from Tom Waits’ “Jersey Girl” on the Jersey 4 Jersey telethon: Cause down the shore everything’s all right As I write this, it’s only April and this Jersey Boy is sure hoping that things will be all […]

NYC’s Proto’s Pizzeria – Superb Slice in the Bowery

I have never lost faith in the fact that no matter where I may be in Manhattan, I am never more than just a short walk away from a great slice of pizza. And although it is getting harder at times to always find one that is new to the Pizza Snob, such was fortunately […]