To round out the DiCarlo's tour, I dragged Lisa to the Wheeling area for two DiCarlo's locations I had never been to: Sherrard and Glen Dale.
The Sherrard DiCarlo's is located on Fairmont Pike. I had a little trouble finding it at first, but once we just drove a little further back the road, it was right there. We walked in and ordered our slices -- they actually call them "cuts" here. "1 cut pizza," which confused me, is how they describe their "slices." Anyway, I ordered two and then went to the right side seating area to wait.
There is a good little bit of seating here. In the ordering space, there were a few chairs. The room off to the right has a few tables, but it also is a little shabby looking. It looks like maybe they began to paint but didn't finish. The outlets don't have covers, the walls are different colors, and it could probably overall use a nice shining.
But to be honest, this didn't bother me at all. I was focused on my pieces of pizza. After a little while of waiting, our orders were ready. We took our boxes to the car and dug in.
This pizza, as you can see, has tiny little bits of cheese - not shreds - and the sauce tasted just like I remembered. The very bottom of the crust was a thin crisp and it was poofier above. I really, really liked it. It's similar to what I am used to, and better than most of the pizza I can get locally.