I am mid-40's, and have given up finding a decent pizza like when I was young. Flavorful, quality ingredients, and doesn't taste like a food-services special.
I was working in the barn with friends one night, and there was cold pizza laying there. Grabbed a bite and was floored. Cold barn pizza, and it was awesome! It was Villiaggio's and I was hooked.
My family and I have made them a regular part of our fare, usually as a treat as they're a good distance from us.
Humongous pizza's, great toppings, a flavorful crust, and an involved owner all add up to a tremendous meal.
In several years, I have had exactly 1 bad pizza there. On Christmas Eve. It had a badly burned crust. It kept me away for a while, but surely it was as much my fault for ordering pizza on Christmas Eve! In reality they were busy as all get out that night so I don't blame them. :)
I wholly recommend this place to anyone in search of a real good pizza, nowhere comparable to a chain pizza...
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