And then a bit further down Yucaipa Blvd, we pass its current location and go “Oh! We could check it out now.”
So on the way back from Oak Glen…we did.
The crust is perfect. Dee Dee is a fan of thin crust pizzas – me, not so much. But both of us absolutely loved the flavor, the crispness and the flush of garlic and olive-oil infused through it.
The sauce…just as good…as are the toppings…as is the pure buffalo mozzarella. How good? We started fighting over who got the bigger remaining pieces.
And AJ himself is fun to talk with.
They should be moving into their new place in March or April and it’s about five times the size of their current one. That alone should tell you something about how good their pizza is: In this economy – in the middle of Yucaipa – after only being open three years, they are doing well enough to quintuple their floor space…and use it when they get it.
So go. Get a pizza (I suggest the “Stockyard”). Get a Chicago-style hot dog (they’ve got the florescent green relish and everything). Have some lasagna. Have a sandwich. Heck, just get some jalapeno poppers.