Monday, August 22, 2011

Life is just a fantasy with good pizza and rock-n-roll...

There are many questions in life and in fiction.  What's the meaning of it all, did Conan love Red Sonja, did Brigitte Nielsen really dig Flavor Flav?  OK, I watch a little too much TV but those are just a few of the questions our collective conscience has had over the years.  And if you want to take a friend, or group, and hash out the details you could share a pizza at Conan's Pizza.  I just take Steph and we talk about the strategies of each house guest on Big Brother.

If you have plenty of time order the deep dish.  It's much better than the thin, though the thin is still really good, and arguably one of the best deep dish pizzas in town.  We normally get the Meaters, add garlic.  It's just a thick slice of goodness filled with all the meats on top of a spicy tomato sauce and a good amount of cheese.  You can get white or wheat crust, we trade off on that choice.  I can't say one is better than the other, just a little different in flavor and texture.  They also offer pitchers of beer and bottles plus the normal Coke products.  I never got the taste for beer and pizza but I do require a carbonated beverage with pizza. It's just not the same without it.

Conan's Pizza pizza is good but the atmosphere brings me back.  The have a pod of these little booths with fantasy art pictures of Conan plus one fantasy whales and another that's kind of patriotic.  The booths are nice because it makes for a very intimate setting.  You can sit and talk and not be bothered, or worry about bothering, the other guests.  They play a wide variety of music but it's all rock based.  One night might be a radio station, another might be 70's classics and if it's late you might hear something like Tyr.  Whatever they play be assured that the staff will be rocking along with you as they get through the night so they can close up and get to the party.  I guess I'm saying it has a youthful energy about it that is contagious.  Probably why I like to go back again and again.

That's all I got to say about Conan's.

If you want to see pics and get a different perspective on Conan's Pizza just visit Steph's blog: Conan's Pizza on Anderson

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