Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Ella's Wood Fired Pizza

After a trip to the Crime and Punishment Museum to use up my living social deal, G and I decided to get a bite to eat. After wandering around for about 30 minutes, we finally decide on Ella's Wood Fired Pizza. Before we went there, we actually stopped by Red Velvet Cupcakery first so I could get some cupcakes to try later.

We decided to split two 10 inch pizzas. The first pizza we decided to order was the Margherita $12.95 (If getting more than one pizza I always like to try a classic). This pizza was just ok, I personally felt like there was not enough cheese on it, and that the flavor of the crust was lacking.
I had a version of this pizza at Tony's in Fairlakes and it was delicious so I wanted to give Ella's version of Pucillo $13.95 (arugula, smoked mozzarella, prosciutto) a try.This was just ok, I guess I am not a fan of the crust here.
We got a side of sauce to dip the crust into, and they charged us I believe $.50. I think it should have been free, it is a nicer establishment, so they should be willing to give you a small side of sauce to go with the over priced, wafer thin pizzas. The simple task of delivering a side of sauce took an unreasonable amount of time.
I don't think I will be coming here again, at least for dinner. Although it wasn't terribly bad, the pizza was wafer thin and expensive. After eating, our appetites were not quenched. They apparently have a very popular happy hour, so if there were people there I knew or I felt like giving this place a chance, I might stop by.

Grade: C

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