We hardly ever eat out… Because I love to cook so much, it often feels like more work to put on shoes and get in the car and drive to a restaurant. It is so much easier to just stay in my comfy clothes and make a mess of our house! AND since 95% of the time we cook really delicious food at home – it makes sense. I love to cook as much as my Husband loves my food, so going out to eat is a pretty rare occasion (which is really good for our wallets, especially with my love of sale-shopping and couponing). When we do go out to eat, we try make sure we are getting a good meal and it’s worth our time/money. We are usually actually pretty tough critics, so we have decided to try to start doing some Restaurant Reviews!
Recently we visited Jimmy’s Wood Burning Brick Oven Pizza in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. This was our second time to Jimmy’s this year. Rich is a HUGE Fan of Pizza and his favorite is the kind which has been cooked in a Wood-Burning Oven. A friend told us about Jimmy’s and said that she thought we would really enjoy it. She was right – it is probably one of the best Pizza Joints in the area. Her family always gets calzones & stromboli, but since we are pizza people, that is what we stuck to this time. We have enjoyed it & look forward to experimenting with Jimmy & his staff!
Our Reaction to Jimmy’s…
- Like good Wood-Fired New York Pizza!
- Nice thin crust – it has just enough chew to it (Rachel would prefer a bit more of a “crunch” to the crust but Rich thought it was good – nice and “tough”, although it could stand to have a tiny bit more flavor/salt in it)
- Quality ingredients (this time we ordered a traditional which uses shredded mozzarella, but last time we got the Margarita which uses fresh mozzarella)
- Good Sauce (simple)
- Friendly Service
- Fair Prices (especially if you go on one of their “specials” nights – can’t beat the price for the quality)
- Possibly Inconsistent – we will need to visit more to fully determine this, but the 1st time we went our crust was too thin and this time it was better. There were two different guys making them, so that could be it as well
Would we go back?
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And I leave you with this, Today’s Question of the Day… Do you have a favorite pizza place, and if you do – how would you describe their pizza?