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Whirled Pies
Ranked #210 of 653 Restaurants in Eugene
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Reviewed 30 April 2014

Cool place, very Eugene. Good value and tasty pizza. A pretty small place,family - run, with a sparse indoor dining room and a tiny little patio area out back. They always have local , seasonal and organic toppings ( like locally harvested hedgehog mushrooms ) as well as a thoughtful beer list. Beers are sold by the pitcher, glass or bottle. Many bottled and organic wines to choose from also.
Best pie there is the siuslaw , which has smoked salmon, garlic sauce, red onion, spinach fresh tomato and a squeeze of lemon. they squeeze on the fresh lemon right before they serve it, so it is very fresh tasting. They do a good job with the crust: thin &, crispy. The toppings are not too heavy, which I like. Nutritional yeast on the table for your old school hippie sprinkling pleasure and for the lactose intolerant.
We were stopping here for a pie about once a month but once we discovered happy hour we are here weekly. I am not sure why we don't go every day. $1 Cheese slices with .25 add'l toppings and $3 micros and $1 off wine. The slices are slightly smaller, but for a buck ( or $1.25 if you add the days local/fresh item... ) you order a few slices each, wash it down with a pitcher of Boneyard and a couple can successfully shake off the post work blues for about $12 plus tip FOR REAL.
The line can get long at happy hour, be prepared. The service service is fine enough for a small place and friendly , but standing in line can be tedious. hence the pitchers. Once you order at the counter, they do bring it out very fast. They just run around saying your name .
A must try. tip: Pick up a pie to go and take it to Oakshire for an alternate happy hour.

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Thank TeriS372
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

Yes, they really whirl the pies. The ingredients are fresh, local and really tasty! We had the house salad and the Lincoln Park pie, which is Kalmata olive, caramelized onion and house made sausage.It was delicious! The salad was worth writing home about with it's fresh greens and house-made vinaigrette. They have so many beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, to choose from that it was almost mind-boggling. Wines are by the glass or bottle and some are very reasonably priced. They offer many local brews by the bottle or on draft. They also list themselves as a bottle shop, so many options are available to go. They do have desserts that sound good, but we were too full to enjoy them that day. They also have delivery...by bike! You order at the counter and take a seat at a table inside or out.. There is no air conditioning, but the food was worth it. Parking is on the street so it is limited also. But it is a small house in a cute neighborhood that serves really good pizzas. We will definitely go back!

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Thank Sbow2
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