Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Warwood Edition: DiCarlo's Pizza

DiCarlos Warwood Collage

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.

Warwood DiCarlosTwo 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.

Grade: A
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