A well-designed pizza box is worth its weight…in..pizza….Well, that’s a start. I like the clean design & think their pizza is very good. It’s tasty without being greasy. Has enough toppings without topping overkill, and the crust is light, without being too brittle or tough.
Don’t know how or if the film inspired the pizza or the pizza inspired the film–but I think together, they’d make a terrific night in.
Eating pizza that is well made & being inspired by an image of the Statue of Liberty @ the same time is nice!
Instead of Popcorn, have Pizza! And don’t Escape from New York, embrace it!
And a bonus zip from Ernest Borgnine, remembering his part in this film.
Saturday. Day-long class in Social Media @ San Francisco State University, fast forward to lunch hour, not too hungry, but needed something good. Without the fries (American or French) I enjoyed a nice burger, well done, but not dry or tough, with generous amounts of pickle, tomato, and onion. I added my combination of mustard, mayonnaise, and catsup. It was the right amount of food for a day-long class. Avoiding a FULL meal I have learned, helps prevent that drowsiness that can interfere with an earnest attempt of acquiring new skills, or new ways to apply skills one may already have. Eat lightly & enjoy the class. Thanks to Bistro Burger, that’s exactly what I was able to do.
It is located towards the South wall of the food court.
More enjoyable & much less filling without American or French fries. And never “hold the mayo.” I think I share some traits with the late Julia Child. Food is to be enjoyed!