Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Pizza in Downtown Mountain View

Jonathan was feeling like some pizza, so we headed into downtown for some. It was only our second outing for pizza since we've been here, which is kind of amazing when you think about it. I'd read about Kapp's Pizza Bar and Grill in my Frommer's, so we decided to try it out. One of the pies they recommended was the Wild West, a BBQ pizza. It had chicken, green peppers, onions, mozzarella, and cheddar with a bbq sauce instead of marinara. We didn't wait too long before it came out, and it was delicious. The chicken was very tasty and the bbq sauce was good and thick. The onions and peppers were cooked to the perfect degree, and the mixture of the cheeses made for a stringy and tasty topping. The best part was the crust... it definitely had the flavor and texture of a good Jersey crust, which excited me. We ordered a medium and took half of it home, so it was a pretty good deal. They have some neat booths, so we want to go back with some friends at a later point and try those out. The rest of the menu included pizzas, salads, typical appetizers (mozzarella sticks, potato skins, chicken wings, onion rings, fries, and poppers), a few calzones, three burgers and three pasta dishes, and a few sandwiches. Certainly an interesting array of options, but it seems odd to me to order non-pizza at a place with "pizza" in the name, LoL. It reminds me of that episode of Home Improvement where Brad and Randy are talking with Angela and her sister about what they order at a Chinese place... pizza and burritos!

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