Having spent nearly half of my life living in Cincinnati, LaRosa’s pizza was always one of the places that I missed while living elsewhere. Now that we are living back in town, I’ve discovered some other local pizza places that I like even more. However I still love the thin crust, square cut, LaRosa’s pizza.
One weekend night a couple of weeks ago, my wife and I were out in search of pizza. We first stopped at ZZ’s and quickly found a 30 minute wait for a table. Without much room for our son to run around, we decided to try their pizza another night. We drove over to Dewey’s in Oakley, and found an even longer wait. We were starving at this point and I suggested we just head over to the nearby LaRosa’s for dinner.
Upon entering the restaurant and finding no wait for a table I was reminded again another reason to love LaRosa’s, I have never had to wait for a table. My wife immediately noticed a new item on their menu, multigrain wheat crust pizza. I agreed to try it out with her. The 12″ square pizza serves 3-4 and starts at $9.99 with 3 toppings, we choose ham, pineapple, and banana peppers.
I must say that I wasn’t sure that I would like LaRosa’s on a crust other than the traditional that I was used to, but I honestly could hardly tell a difference. It seems that this multigrain crust isn’t as crisp as the regular, but that was the only thing I noticed. I didn’t even really taste a difference. The pizza was just as good as always.