This place was recommended to me by my friend, Frank. When I told him about this blog, his response was “You have to review State Line Pizza!” When someone is so enthusiastic about a pizzeria, I’ve learned to temper my enthusiasm. Why? Well, because I’m a pizza snob. There. I said it. Are you happy?
Anyway, here goes….
|Date:||04/16/2021 – delivery|
|Type / Appearance:||Boxed properly, in a branded by I might add. While I’m only reviewing the plain (sorry, “Cheese”) pizza, we also ordered a Margherita and the nonsense my wife likes (sausage, peppers, onions, and mushrooms – what I call hell’s garden pizza). So.. the cheese pizza was okay looking. A little sloppy, but okay.|
|Dough:||Here’s where the pizza starts to go downhill. The crust was bland and reminded me of a saltine cracker – without the salt.|
|Sauce:||The sauce was okay (there’s that word again – “okay”). It wasn’t too sweet, so that’s good. There was a definite taste of something, but I couldn’t place it. If I had to guess, I’d say onion powder, but I’m not sure. Either way, it was the best part of the pizza.|
|Cheese:||Good tasting, but a bit too much cheese in the center of the pie. (FYI, the Margherita was a bust – way too much cheese, sliced tomatoes on top. They need to call it something else because it isn’t anything close to Margherita, but I digress.)|
|Oil:||Right amount – not too greasy at all. Again, the sauce was good.|
|Smell:||Quite nice – enough to make you even hungrier.|
|Other:||For the record my fellow Hoosiers, see the pic with ALL the pieces with crust gone and all that remains are the interior pieces? THIS is why you don’t cut pizza into silly, little squares. Pie-cut man! This isn’t a 10-year-old’s birthday party!|
|Comments:||This was okay. I don’t know what else to say about it…. okay? Would I get it again? Sorry, but no.|
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