Tuesday, August 17, 2010


This week we finally had schedules that synced up, and so, loyal readers, we were able to once again sacrifice our bodies and our health for your edification and education. After weeks of abstaining from our favorite food, we hungered for a truly adventurous pizza. And so this week we chose Sauced because after we write these pizza reviews, we tend to get that way. So, was the adventure as good as the name?

Friday, July 16, 2010

Italia Express

With our hectic schedule of late, we decided to make up for not reviewing anything on Sunday by hitting up Italia Express on 122 and MacArthur. A regional chain, Italia Express also has a location in Penn Square Mall and lots of stores in Texas. But we're getting a bit tired of the usual review format, so today we thought we'd spice things up.

The Cheese Pizza:
Crust of sour dough,
the cheese could be flavorful.
Sauce is barely there.

The Pepperoni Pizza:
Not like its brother,
spicy grease melts in cheese.
Tube meat saves the day.

The Chicken Pruscuitto Alfredo Pizza:
Chopped up flesh of fowl.
Creamy sauce rich and tasty.
I think it needs salt.

So, in all seriousness (ha!), hit the jump for a slightly longer review.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Dan's Pizza

To our faithful readers, you may have noticed that we have posted pretty much weekly since the inception of this blog. You may also have noticed that for the past two weeks we have posted nothing. Why? We accidentally went on an Odyssey. In the last two weeks we survived eight rounds of International Bear Fighting, a great flood, hours and hours of being pestered by radio personalities, at one point we thought Ryan had been turned into a toad (he got better), and sought a great fortune, which led us down a road of great peril, which eventually led us to our salvation: Pizza.

We here at New World Pizza pride ourselves on being Dapper Dan men. We drink Jack Daniels, we read Dan Slott comics, and we’ve even watched every Dan Aykroyd movie (yes, including Crossroads). This week, we ate at Dan’s Pizza, located at 121 W Waterloo Rd. Ste. 13 in Edmond.

Was the journey worth it?

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Othello's of Edmond

On the recommendation of one of our twitter followers, we went to Othello's in Edmond. One of the biggest draws for us was the fact that on Sundays they offer half price pizzas. Turns out that it's half off on only the first two pizzas. And the cheapest two pizzas. Ryan learned this the hard way. Oh, and adding pine nuts, basil, and sun-dried tomatoes to smashed avacados does not make guacamole.

What other lessons did we learn?

Sunday, May 30, 2010

The Wedge, Deep Deuce

This week we had some guests in town, and decided to show off some of the best of what Oklahoma City can offer, so we took them to The Wedge's Deep Deuce location. If you want a short review, here it is: Go there. Now.

A longer review follows.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Cafe 7

This week we had made plans to hit up Othello's, but there was a problem. Tonight, as if you didn't already know, is the Lost finale. And as nerds, we are honor bound to watch (even if 50% of New World Pizza hasn't seen a single episode). So we called an audible and swung by Café 7, on N. May and WEST Memorial. Café 7's shtick is that the sandwiches, the salads, the pastas, and pizzas are all $7 (actually, $6.46, plus tax). Oh, and everything comes out within seven minutes. And if you're the seventh son of a seventh son you get your seventh meal free (we think, you should probably check with them before you try this one).

How'd it hold up?

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Italian Jim's Pizzeria

Last week we were driving along, and heard a radio advertisement for Italian Jim's Pizzeria, which claimed something along the lines of that they served some of the best pizza in the state. Upon hearing the ad, we decided we'd have to visit them this week and see if their claim holds up.

Did it?