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Thin Crust Pizza in Midtown

Beer, ItalianLizComment

You Will Definitely Have Room for Dessert

Aish and I were in the mood for Italian, specifically pizza. My family has gone to Vezzo (http://www.vezzothincrust.com/index.html and had rave reviews. I knew it was thin-crust. Sometimes I'm on the fence with thin-crust. Especially when it is priced the same as New York Style pizza. Since there is less bread, it is much less filling. Also, if you like toppings on your pizza (like most people) the thin-crust does not support much weight. Anyway, onto my experience at Vezzo!

I've been drinking more beer lately and I was craving a Peroni. I noticed that it was on draft, so I was excited! My server informed us that the draft system wasn't working, so I opted for a Pacifico.

  They were out of Peroni, so I had to go with Pacifico

They were out of Peroni, so I had to go with Pacifico

I noticed Sweet Italian Sausage was an option for a topping, so I went for that and fresh basil. The level of basil was a little overwhelming and seemed like a salad instead of a topping since it wasn't wilted down.

  Marinara Sauce and Cheese, Sweet Italian Sausage and Fresh Basil

Marinara Sauce and Cheese, Sweet Italian Sausage and Fresh Basil

Aish got the vegetarian pizza (Giardino). The weight of all the vegetables didn't stand a chance to the thin crust. Also, there were full pieces of roasted garlic. Aish commented that it was a bit intense. Chopped up garlic would likely be better and more enjoyable. The size of the toppings were just too huge for such a thin pizza.

  Guardino - Marinara Sauce & Cheese, Broccoli, Fresh Tomatoes, Sweet Red Onions (kept those off), Roasted Garlic, Spinach

Guardino - Marinara Sauce & Cheese, Broccoli, Fresh Tomatoes, Sweet Red Onions (kept those off), Roasted Garlic, Spinach

I don't think I'll be coming back here. The pricing is the same as pizza places I prefer with thicker crusts (like Garlic) that are more filling. It is more of a personal preference.

Cheers,

Liz