I am a pizza traditionalist. I really enjoy my pizza with no more than two to three ingredients. Typically just pepperoni, sausage, and ham. Sometimes it’s just a single topping pizza with any of the aforementioned ingredients and sometimes it’s just two of the three. When I think “pizza in the Tri-Cities”, only one place […]
Pizza in Tri-Cities
This was my first time visiting any location of The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect but I had some preconceived ideas based on their website and talking to people who have visited other locations. Here is what I had for my first go around at The Rock: […]
When it comes to pizza in the Tri-Cities, there are quite a few choices. However, when it comes to good pizza in the Tri-Cities, Atomic Ale is on the short list. They do an outstanding pizza that is even balanced between delicious crust, tangy sauce, cheese, and whatever meats you decide to throw on there. […]
There’s only one place in the Tri-Cities to get pizza by the slice… and it’s at New York Richie’s. The pizza here is pretty darn good. They stick to a traditional thinner crust that isn’t so thin that it can’t hold the ingredients up. If you’re looking for good pizza in Kennewick, give this place […]
I feel that the pizza at Fat Olives is an often overlooked option for pizza in the Tri-Cities. Jd and his crew make a great crust. They use quality ingredients. The have a great and friendly staff. If you’re looking for a good option for pizza, Fat Olives should be on your radar.
Nobody beats Brickhouse Pizza in the Tri-Cities. I talk a lot about food. I talk a lot about pizza. When my friends ask me where they should go for pizza, there’s always only one answer. When you’re looking for the best pizza in the Tri-Cities, Brickhouse should be at top of mind.