Posts Tagged ‘pizza

West End Pizza Co.

In: Eating

18 Aug 2015

(map) Mamma mia! It’s not all about German food in Fredericksburg. Next time you find yourself on Main Street, check out the brick oven pizzas and Italian specialties here. Above, a custom-made Canadian bacon-spinach-garlic pie, loaded with toppings. There are signature pies, too, like

Big Game Hunter Pizza

In: Eating

6 Jul 2015

(map) Venison and boar and gator, oh my! Billed “for the adventurous only,” this edgy-sounding pie from Hill Country Ranch Pizzeria is a savory treat. Topped with venison sausage, ground wild boar and fried alligator, it blows away boring old pepperoni. Got game? Hill Country Ranch Pizzeria website

(map) Saccone’s says it serves “pizza with a Jersey attitude.” And while I didn’t see Snooki and The Situation getting into a bar fight (it’s BYOB), the pizza did taste totally authentic. They’ve perfected the super-thin crust, and that “sweet sauce,” Bada-bing! See the pies here:

(map) Flat Creek Estate is known for making great wines like the “Super Texan” sangiovese. They’re also known for being a bit off the beaten path. That changes with the opening of their new Enoteca in downtown Marble Falls. A combination tasting room, wine bar and wood-burning pizza oven, it will

(map) If you’re heading to Johnson City to check out the holiday lights, you should also check out this brewpub. It’s on the courthouse square, next to the old jail. Hence the name for their first brew: County Jail Pale Ale. They’ve got several others on tap, as well as a nice selection of local wines. […]

(map) Sounds crazy, but it’s delish. Pizza dough is stuffed with cinnamon and apples, baked in the pizza oven and topped with powdered sugar. You get to pour on the icing. The menu says this is made with real butter – probably why it’s real good! Austin’s Pizza website


In: Drinking|Eating

26 Feb 2013

(map) If you love pastrami, you owe it to yourself to try the best pastrami sandwich in Texas (and maybe even the US). The original vision for Pieous was to be all about pizza (get it? pie). But then the previous owner left behind his smoker, which inspired chef Josh to cure and smoke his […]

(map) It’s always a good sign when you walk into a pizza place and there’s actually a guy over by the oven, tossing circles of dough into the air. Tony C’s claim to flame is using a coal oven to bake at 1000 degrees, twice as hot as wood. That’s how the big dogs do […]

(map) The beer from Jester King Brewery is so amazing, all it needs is one thing: pizza. Now, with the addition of this wood-burning pizza oven, the eat, drink, and be merry picture is complete (open on Saturdays and Sundays). Stanley’s offers a short-but-satisfying menu of pizzas showcasing fresh local ingredients and

Yaghi’s style is New York, not just in the thin, crisp crust of the stone-baked pizzas, but also in the counter-style seating. Just like at a NYC pizzeria, you can go in, order a slice, sit at the counter and eat it. Bada-bing, bada-boom. But the completely unexpected reason to like Yaghi’s is


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