I have a confession to make. I like thin crust pizza. It’s not that I don’t appreciate Chicago-style… after enduring this winter’s chill, I certainly see the merit of a stuffed crust more than ever. It sticks to your bones and may provide a little insulation. Still, when it comes to the quality of taste, thin crust pizza wins hands down. And you can find a solid example of what it should be at Renaldi’s. There’s no frou-frou pizza here, just classic favorites that hit the spot whether you dine-in or call for delivery.
Let me apologize now, gentle listeners. I must have gotten a little carried away with excitement somewhere in between talking about plastic pitchers of coke and marinara dipping sauces because I mispronounce “Renaldi’s” in this podcast. But T and I like the restaurant enough to post our review anyway. I misspoke, but Renaldi’s is still worth talking about.
00:00 – 01:37 Classic thin crust pizza in a classic place
01:38 – 02:42 Dipping sauce for the pizza… awesome
02:43 – 03:19 Brown crunchy appetizers
03:20 – 05:14 They deliver! And it’s as good as eating in
05:13 – 06:04 Service, ambiance, and the merits of a big lazy Susan
06:05 – 08:06 Wrap-up & sign-off
|Bridget’s Ratings||Tammy’s Ratings|
Average price per person: $15