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Each week, the guys and I visit a local pizza joint. Our mission: to find the best pie in Columbus. If you have any suggestions, please let us know!
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Here are our rankings so far:
Harvest Pizzeria in Columbus: 26.5/30.
Pasquale's in Westerville: 25.5/30.
Little Sicily's in Brice: 25.0/30.
Bridge Street in Dublin: 25.0/30.
Late Night Slice in Clintonville: 25.0/30.
Anthony's in Bexley: 25.0/30.
Vick's Pizza in Reynoldsburg: 24.0/30.
Capuano's in Pataskala: 24.0/30.
Pizza Cottage in Buckeye Lake: 23.5/30.
Adriatico's in Columbus (OSU): 23.5/30.
Dewey's in Grandview: 23.5/30.
Carsonie's in Upper Arlington: 23.5/30.
Bruno's in Columbus: 23.5/30.
Tristano's in Grove City: 23.0/30.
Joseppi's in Columbus (West Broad): 23.0/30.
Little Italy's in Groveport: 22.5/30.
Big Cheese Pizzeria in Blacklick: 22.5/30.
Iacono's in Hilliard: 22.0/30.
Yellow Brick in Columbus: 21.5/30.
Tammy's in Grove City: 21.5/30.
Payne's in Delaware: 21.5/30.
Pizzeria NY in Pickerington: 21.5/30.
Plank's on Parsons Ave: 21.5/30.
Romeo's in Reynoldsburg: 21.0/30.
Bellacino's in New Albany: 21.0/30.
Tommy's in Upper Arlington: 20.5/30.
Antonio's in Westerville: 20.5/30.
Pizza House in Worthington: 20.5/30.
Brooklyn Pizza in Powell: 20.5/30.
Kingy's Pizza in Canal Winchester: 20.0/30.
Eagle's in New Albany: 20.0/30.
Flyer's Pizza in Groveport: 20.0/30.
Possum Holler in Obetz: 19.5/30.
Emelio's Pizza in Columbus: 16.5/30.
Houndogs in Clintonville: 15.5/30.
Little Sicily's: 2965 Brice Rd, Brice, OH 43109.
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Atmosphere (out of 5): 4.0/5.0. Really nice place. It's small, but a good kinda small. It adds to the personality as there is plenty of local history on the walls and Buckeye-related stuff. Really enjoyed seeing lots of local Brice residents just hanging in there, too. Shows that it's a big part of the community.
Location (out of 5): : 4.0/5.0. Just off of 70E, you'd take a right onto Brice Rd. Basically another right a few lights down and you're there just after the train tracks. Might be a small drive for a Westsider. Easy access, but the parking is a little small.
Service (out of 5): 4.0/5.0. Wait was a little long, but our drinks were never dry. That's rule #1 in my book: does the drink ever go dry? If not - good service. And, that's what we got at Little Sicily's. Very normal, easy-going lady.
Price (out of 5): 4.0/5.0. We normally go about $10 a guy. This was around $13. A few bucks above the normal zone that we gun for, but it was a solid price for some solid pie.
Taste (out of 10): 9.0/10. Little Sicily's knows out to make pizza. I think the best one to get is the "All Meat." Fresh toppigns that really popped off the pizza. We also got a "Ziggy's Special" - it had sauerkraut on it! The other one we tried was "The Works." Best way I can describe it was like the London Symphony Orchestra was playing a wonderful song of flavor on my tastebuds. They do well with the regular pepperoni, too. Can't forget the crust, too. It was doughy - and crispy. How the heck?! As I am typing this, I want more... give me Little Sicily's. One of the best in Columbus.
BOTTOM LINE: They crank out a final score of 25/30. As of posting time, this is the second-best place in Columbus to snag pizza. Well done, guys. This is a must-eat in our book. Really fun local place to visit for some truly good stuff.