One thing there's never a shortage of in a college town: pizza.
But, a new pizza place located just on the outskirts of town promises to bring a new "home grown" angle.
Home Grown Pizza, located along Earl L Core Road, has a large gravel parking area and a red paneled exterior. Watch your step going in.
It's a bit rustic - small - but friendly. It's pretty basic, but high ceilings and wood paneling give it a cool vibe.
We ordered a pizza with half mushrooms, half pepperoni. We also got a "double" pepperoni roll - which is just two pepperoni rolls.
Pepperoni rolls weren't bad - a little heavy on the breading, but filling.
The pizza was decent. I like mine a little crisper on the bottom, so a hotter oven would help that. Decent flavors, though!
We also got brownies for dessert - and I love that they have dessert readily available. They also have cannolis or hummingbird cakes.
Overall, not a bad addition to this side of town. There are so many other options that are a little closer to me, but if you're looking to try out something new, not a bad option.