Pizza Review: Sir Pizza
I have such a fondness for the pizzeria Sir Pizza. So many memories! During the 70s, our family visited Sir Pizza so much I'm surprised they didn't name a pie after us! My parents would take us there any time of day, but my favorite time was late on a school night. It made us feel so grown-up. I believe my love of red plastic tumblers was born during these pizza years because the drinks were served in them. Nothing better than an icy-cold Coca-Cola served in a frosty red tumbler!
A few years ago, Sir Pizza moved into my town and my life was complete. I could get that yumminess any time I wanted it. Unfortunately, their prices are a little steep, but the pizza is so worth it! I usually get a large pizza with sausage and pepperoni and it's almost $20. That's kind of high, especially when Pizza Hut is offering any size, any toppings pizza for $10. That being said, I can not stress enough, even at $20, the Sir Pizza pizza is so worth it!
Bottom line: Sir Pizza pizza makes me do a dance! The "happy food dance"! You know how to do it...think back to being 7-years-old and you just took the first bite of your very favorite food...standing up at the table...you start shaking all over...feet start to move...hips start to sway...you're doing the "happy food dance"! While chewing, I usually hum a cute little tune!
The original Sir Pizza opened in 1957 in Indiana and is also known as Pizza King in some states. Sir Pizza is the offspring of Pizza King. All Sir Pizza pizzerias are independently owned, thanks in part to easy to purchase rights. Many are family owned and passed down through generations(I'd like to be in that family!). There are approximately 200 Sir Pizza's in the United States with the majority of them located in my home state, Tennessee. Yay, for me and my addiction!