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sweiss

Member since April 8, 2008


sweiss has rated 5 pizzas:

Tamalpie Pizza (11 Dec)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
This relatively new pizza place in Mill Valley is a keeper! It is a chill atmosphere with sophisticated, yet still good, pizzas. The have a combination of unique toppings mixed in with the traditional recipes. It offers thin crust pizzas that can be folded or eaten with a fork. The side dishes and salads were good, although I haven't had too many. The brussel sprouts were delish! If you have kids, its perfect for you since they do have small tables for them to eat and hang out at. Adults, there is a bar you can belly up to and watch TV. The beer and wine list was decent. Not sure if they have alcohol, doubt it. Overall, I think this place is a popular spot in MV for a reason, it's good!
Amy's (28 Jul)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Not too shabby for a healthier pizza. The size is a little smaller than other frozen pizza's. Its organic and has several vegetarian options. Worth trying for sure!
Blondie's Pizza (28 Jul)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Perfect when you are hungover since its good, but a little greesy. The slices are huge as well. Usually fresh tomatoes which is appreciated. Their cheese slice is my favorite, then their veggie. Berkeley's location is a little better than Union Square's.
WayPoint Pizza (28 Jul)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
Little pricey but fun every once and a while. Be warned...lots of kids. Good family spot. The decor is nautical but cool. Their Thai Chicken pizza is good since all the ingredients are fresh. The cilantro and peanut sauce is awesome. Their "Between The Sheets" creations are good since they use pizza dough, but its sort of like a pizza sando. Worth trying for sure. One cool thing is the owner I believe was an Olympic sailor.
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Hands down the best frozen pizza since it takes almost like the fresh slice at the restaurant. BBQ Chix and their Thai with cilantro are my favorites.