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The Pizza Blog

Capish!, Le Roy

My daughter and I had dinner the other night at Capish!, which opened earlier this year in Le Roy. It’s in a handsome, century-old building on Main Street. (You can see some photos of...

Franny’s Is Closing

The first time I rented a school bus and escorted a group of people to a series of pizzerias was October 2007. It was my 26th birthday. Friends loved eating pizza with me because...

Old Italy, Latta Road

I took a drive the other day at lunchtime up to Old Italy Pizzeria on Latta Road.I posted about Old Italy about two years ago, shortly after it opened. A few things have changed...

Lou’s Pizza – Olyphant

Whether Under the Bridge or in the Gas Station – It’s Pretty Darn Good! I’ve known about Lou’s Pizza for years. I’ve consumed many-a-slice sold at various gas station counters around NEPA and thought...

NEW Experience Eataly Pizza Tour

We just launched our brand new tour covering all the pizza and pizza-related ingredients at @eatalyusa​ Eataly Downtown, located at 101 Liberty Street. The store has an incredible supply of top-notch ingredients and this...

Review: Joe Bologna’s Pizza, Lexington KY

The drive from Lexington to Frankfort, Kentucky is a green (blue?) scenic vista of gently rolling hills populated with contiguous horse farms. Kentucky is known for its blue grass, its thoroughbred horses, and perhaps...

L’Italia, Wellsville

On a recent family trip to visit relatives, my wife and I stopped at L’Italia, in Wellsville. I’ve posted before about a place in Wellsville, more of a slice joint. L’Italia is a sit-down...

Fire Escape Pizza Grilling

City living is tough in the summertime. It’s rare to have backyard access so most of us have to get through an entire summer waiting for invitations from friends with rare outdoor space. But...