I was off work this past Friday and so we decided to spend the day down at Williamstown Lake, where my wife’s uncle has a cabin that I’ve mentioned a couple of times before. Throughout the afternoon I hung a gutter on one side of the cabin before we took the pontoon out for a ride and swim. We will actually be spending a lot more time down at the lake, since a group of us all chipped in and bought a neighboring four bedroom house that we will be fixing up and then using to stay the night.
Anyway, the real point of this post is to write about Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs in Williamstown, KY. We visited with my in-laws and my youngest brother-in-law, who have all eaten at Edwardo’s before. We arrived after 8pm and found a couple of the last remaining spots in the small parking lot. We immediately saw a large back patio that was still packed full of people, as well as a DJ playing some music from the far side.
After a few minutes wait a couple of tables opened up, and a couple of servers quickly cleared them off for us. We split a pitcher of Amber Bock while deciding on pizza. Our server pointed out that if we bought one large pizza at regular price, the second would only be $9, a deal that we couldn’t refuse. We eventually settled on the Hawaiian Delight Pizza (Ham, pineapple, green peppers, red onions, topped with diced tomatoes and our special blend of real cheeses) and the White Pizza with Grilled Chicken (White, creamy, gourmet alfredo sauce, grilled chicken, red onions, and bacon, topped with mozzarella and cheddar cheeses). Regular price for both is $16.99 for the large 15 inch.
I sampled the White Pizza with Grilled Chicken first, which we actually had spiced up with buffalo chicken. I’m glad we ordered it with the buffalo sauce, otherwise I’m afraid the pizza would have been a little bland. The sauce didn’t have much flavor to it, but the I didn’t have any complaints about the rest of the ingredients. We ordered this one on the thin crust, which our server said she liked the best, but I’m going to have to disagree and say the thick was better.
The Hawaiian Delight Pizza we ordered on thick crust. I really liked this pizza. The sauce was full of flavor and all the toppings were plentiful. The thick crust was still chewy on the inside and was cooked perfectly. I liked having additional toppings on the pizza, when compared to other more standard Hawaiian pizzas. I would easily order the Hawaiian Delight again, and I will not hesitate to visit Edwardo’s in the future.