Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Warwood Edition: DiCarlo's Pizza
Thankfully, the Northern Panhandle is littered with DiCarlo's locations. The next one on my list is Warwood.
This location is odd in the sense that it shares a walkway with Subway. Inside. But it didn't bother me much. There are a set of tables and a banister and back beyond that area is the counter where you order.
Two pieces, please.
After a bit of a wait, I had two pieces and out the door I went. The first thing I noticed was that each DiCarlo's varies in price. Some are 10 cents more or less per piece. Then, I realized the shredding style of the cheese is different. These small round bits of cheese - or as I've been saying, nobbules - were a bit thicker than the finely shredded mozzarella at other places.
The taste, still the same, though. The crust was a bit darker. The sauce was the perfect blend of tomato and spice, and the cheese - maybe because of the way it was shredded - did not melt nearly as quick and was still fairly in tact by the time I had gotten on the road and was ready to have a slice.
All around, good.