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Piattello Italian Kitchen – A New Spiffy Place in Fort Worth with Great Pizza

Having already covered most of the territory, trips to the Fort Worth area lack any real new pizza promise. Recently however, I discovered that America’s construction boom is not limited to my home turf of Nashville (aka “Crane City”). On the advice of my smart “Sis-in-Law,” together with her and Mrs. Pie, we visited a […]

Vauxhall, New Jersey’s Joe’s Pizza & Pasta – Mushy & Greasy, But Sure Good & Tasty

Always looking for a “new” Jersey adventure with the Texan Mrs. Pie, I thought it was about time to show her all the things we can’t afford at the swank Short Hills Mall. To give you an idea about the extravagance of this place, the new car on display inside was a 2017 Rolls-Royce Ghost […]

Bayonne NJ’s Café Bello—A Pleasant Pizza Surprise!

Growing up in Bayonne, my family ate so much Italian food at home and in local restaurants, that you would have thought we were from Roman rather than Russian ancestry. Mom made the best lasagna in Bayonne, and along with veal parm and plenty of pasta, our kitchen always smelled pretty good. Over the last […]

Kinchley’s Tavern – New Jersey’s #1 Thin-Crust Pie? Maybe.

In the past, to acknowledge the appreciation of your reader/viewer support, they used to say, “keep those cards and letters coming.” In today’s terms, this translates to e-mails and comments on Facebook or WordPress. Nonetheless, reader support is a huge inspiration, and in the pizza business, a valued source of new leads. In my tenure […]

Brooklyn’s Best Pizza—A Name That Fits!

A little late to the game, while flipping the channels on someone else’s Direct TV, I recently came across The Pizza Show on The Vice Network, a channel I don’t get at home. I managed to catch a few enjoyable episodes that I thought were perhaps more fun-loving than informational. However, I did come away […]

Roma Pizza & Pasta in Franklin, TN–Not That Thin Crust!

Recently, it dawned on me how little pizza I eat at home, instead saving up my calories for my travels. Then again, there are those times when it’s a been long time between trips, and I start savoring its taste as well as my desire to explore a new place. All this leads up to […]

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 […]