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Posted by Tony on 05/29/2008
I have to say it was the best pizza I've had in years - it was delightfully thin, extremely tasty, and wonderfully priced. What I found especially good was the fact that they serve wheat dough pizza that I haven't found anywhere else. I am on a mandatory modified diet and only eat carbs that are wheat based, which can be difficult at times since I enjoy pizza very much. At this store, they serve this pizza in so many options and styles that it took my a while to decide what to get. The cook was even nice enough to make a special order pizza for me that was half buffalo chicken, half meat lovers. Will definitely return when I'm in town again!
Posted by Tat8er on 04/05/2008
The people who bring you Beauty's Pizza take pride in their pizza, so much so that they make pilgrimages to Italy. They translate their travel finds onto their varied pizza menu. They offer several types of crust, and some very interesting pizzas read their menu, you will see. So far, I have thought highly of every pizza I've tried except the healthy choice whole wheat crust. It took away from the "pizzaness" to have the hearty wheat flavor. Even as I write this I know there are people who are big fans of that whole wheat crust. I give Beauty's points for providing choice. So far I've been disappointed in their sandwiches. My favorite disappointment has been the sausage one, touted on the menu as "Fresh Sicilian sausage topped with roasted peppers, roasted sweet red onions and melted Provolone cheese." The reality is two large sausage patties lying on a sub roll that is served open and flat. The cheese can be found if you lift a patty to search for it. It is melted and holds the patties down, the sandwich equivalent of super glue. The roasted peppers and onions are so sparse that the first time I ordered I thought there had been a mistake. My co-workers were making fun of my lunch, and measured the amount of peppers and onions. The total amount barely filled a teaspoon. (TEASPOON, that is not a typo.) When I complained to the management I was given a coupon for a free sandwich. A week or two later I ordered the same sandwich. This time there were four pieces of chopped peppers and seven pieces of chopped onion looking tiny and small on a vast sausage landscape. Maybe the onion and pepper bits would have filled a tablespoon, but only just. The sausage, by the way, was very tasty. It is a shame that the sandwich is otherwise dry because of the scanty use of cheese and vegetable matter. Perhaps this is authentic Italian because maybe there is a pepper and onion shortage or rationing in Italy? Compared to the moist, flavorful onions and peppers one gets from the sausage sandwich street vendors, though, this one can't even claim to be in the same genre. Beauty's also has salads, which my co-workers choose often. The salads get high ratings from my friends and co-workers, but I shall leave it to someone who has had first hand experience to review those.