The Best Pizza

I’m going off course this week. Isn’t the first time, but, hey, sometimes you have to be random.

I wanted to talk about Doctor Who, and how he’s back. Thank you! But he’s yet to return to America. Sad day. So I’ll address that topic another day.  

I’m going to talk about JJ’s Pizza Stop.

I’m hungry at the moment, and I don’t think a certain kind of food has ever sounded so good in my life. And, coming from someone who rarely craves anything and has the pickiest taste buds known to man (or just my friends) that’s saying a lot.  

JJ’s pizza is just about the only pizza I’ve ever had and thought ‘I need more, now.’ And I’ve tried a lot of pizza, from the chain restaurants like Pizza Hut and Mazzio’s, to other locally owned pizzerias like Jo’s Famous Pizza in Purcell and Meme’s Pizzeria also in Norman.

JJ’s beats them all.

JJ’s is a small, local pizza stop on the corner of Lindsey and Elm. It’s set up in a small blue building with a very laid back atmosphere. More often than naught, the owner himself will take your order and fix your pizza.

And if you’re not in the pizza mood, they have a myriad of sub choices. It’s a place meant for everyone.

The prices are cheap, and the sauce, the dough and the toppings are cooked to perfection. What more could you ask for in a pizza?

Try JJ’s, once you have, you’ll never want to go back to another pizza.

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  1. Nate
    16/04/2010 at 9:50 am Permalink

    I tried JJ’s once. It was decent, but not the best I’ve ever had.

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