I bought tickets to the philly soul? WHY you ask, I'm not sure
Duh, cos you might spot Mr Bon Jovi there in the crowd
What other reason could there be?
And you CAN find good pizza in Lodon, it's just knowing where to look!
I remember once Ellie and I were in London, can't remember what for or who else we were with, but it was a Sunday and about 1am (ok so technically itwas Monday) and we trekked across London to Leicester Square to find the Haagen Daz café, only to find it shut. BUT we found a little further down the street a fabulous Italian place still open and business booming! The food was reasonable in price and fabulous, and they played Beatles!
Anyway, haven't bought anything yet bos Im still in my pyjamas! At half 12 in the afternoon - holidays rule! ;D But Im going into work for lunch, so I will be forced to buy something then!
Post by ilesofsmiles on Apr 13, 2007 9:12:38 GMT -5
OK.. Let me know where that Pizza Place was Guin.. I was at Catherine Dock and the place there was recommended casue my daughter wanted pizza. It was pretty bland and overpriced. Being from the Pizza capital of the states, we're pretty spoiled.
Pizza Capital of the States? Only if you prefer your crust thick...
I've had decent pizza in London, at several places. It's just different from Chicago or New York pizza, that's all. Actually it may be closer to the Neapolitan original -- thinner crust, less topping.
I myself prefer a wood-burning oven becos it makes a thin crust a little crispy, but like I said, it's all what you're used to. I was shocked in London to find ham, pineapple, and sweetcorn used as pizza toppings, but once I tried it I had to admit it was tasty.
Mmmmm...pizza. I'm lucky (or unlucky, depending on your view) to live three blocks from the best pizza place in town. It's a little family joint that specializes in thin crust pizzas with great home made sauce and toppings bought locally. Fabulous sausage. It's a constant temptation to walk by the place and keep walking.