Friday, May 14, 2010

Alameda Pizza

I neglected Alameda Pizza on Webster Street for a decade because the place reeked sadness. The interiors are stark, dreary with no life or vibrancy. There is nothing fancy or delightful about the place. I finally got the courage to buy a pizza there and thankfully, it was good. Hallelujah!

I cut out my $2.00 coupon from the Alameda phone book and bought a 16" inch Alameda Special pizza. This pizza had pepperoni, olives, Canadian Bacon, salami, tomatoes and feta cheese. I requested the pizza to be thin crust and well done because I do not enjoy eating a soggy pizza.
The pizza had good flavors. The crust was dry from the edge to the center. There were the right amount of toppings because I hate it when the pizza maker is cheap and omits ingredients. Overall, the pizza was tasty. I took the pizza home and enjoyed it in the comfort of my own surroundings.

With my coupon, the pizza was approximately $23.00. Pizza is difficult to buy on the Island. I would come back to Alameda Pizza for only take out.

1 comment:

Grumpybutt said...

Alameda Pizza has been my favorite pizza on the island for 15 years.

Their regular crust is great, and the thick crust is a little bit soggier. The people that work there are always great, and their focus is clearly not on people eating in.

If you want something delivered, these are your guys.