Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Feeling neither like making anything nor going out anywhere, we decided last night to order a pizza. I usually order from Little Louie's on Myrtle, but we decided to give Il Porto's delivery a try.
When you order, you have a choice of either a traditional or brick-oven cooked pizza, and we went with the brick oven, deciding on something a little different. The great thing about Il Porto's pizza is the crust, sauce, and cheese. Fresh mozzarella, perfect thin crust, and a really light and tasty tomato sauce really make for an excellent pie. It's a little more expensive than other pizzas - our pepperoni and mushroom pie came to about $27 with tip - but it's definitely worth it. Another nice touch was that because I'd ordered from them before, all they needed was my phone number; there was no worrying about screwing up the address on either end.
Il Porto's quickly become one of my favorite additions to the neighborhood. Oh, and they have their liquor license now, so no more BYOB if you stop in.
Oh, we also had some more red velvet cake from Cake Man Raven. I don't know how anyone can finish a single piece of that on their own. I was on a massive sugar rush on just a half.
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