Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

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Pizza Five used to be ok at one time.

After ordering from them the last 2 times in the past year, and it being terrible, I've written them off.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

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JBTrain wrote:I love Larry's Mexican Chorizo pizza, currently an off menu item but usually available. The thing with that and the Italian Sausage are that they are really greasy. I figure it comes with the territory but if you're a greasaphobe be advised.

Had the Chirizo pizza the other night. It now is on the specials board with Monterey Jack Cheese.

Whilst it is very nice, in the opinion of my fellow diner and myself, it is still not as good as the Italian Sausage pizza.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

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Bitte_Kein_Lexus wrote: His best pizza is definitely the pesto (if you like pesto and feta cheese). Blows the water out of his other offerings. Not sure why people rave so much about the Italian sausage one. I find it very average (well, still good) as the sausage lacks the spiciness I would expect from Italian sausage. The pesto is great though, simply amazing. His specials are usually really good. He once had these fried spring rolls stuffed with spinach, ricotta and feta. Amazingly good. Next time I go I'll ask him if he'll ever do them again because they were just too good.
Pesto pie is awesome. I haven't been able to get past it to try anything else
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