Both my brother and I agreed it was one of the best pizzas we had ever had--and we're no spring chickens, we've had all kinds of pizzas in our time. I think the key was the dough's freshness. I bake a lot, so I really think they must have made it there that morning. Also the cheese was very different...not sure if it was a different kind of white cheese they used (which I believe it was) or if it too was "homemade" --it's not too difficult to make you're own mozzarella--I've seen the directions but have yet to attempt it. It was really so mouth-watering just to open the box (we had take out) and see from the way the edges were rolled that it was handmade. I think for now on when I order a pizza from chains and see their factory-produced edge, I will think of the pizza I had a Lake Tahoe Pizza Co.
Unfortunately, my brother is a stick-in-the-mud homebody that didn't want to eat at the restaurant, but when I went inside to pick up the pizza, the place looked really homey. I was there in the summer, but it looked best for a winter's dinner because it's like a cabin with a comfy fireplace. Looks like a great place to have dinner on a snowy night after a day on the slopes.
BTW, someone at a store on the east side of the lake had told us to get a pizza from another place (can't recall the name), but its price for a large pizza with one topping was about $22. Crazy. I looked online and saw this place had a higher customer review rating, so I went here. Our pizza cost about $16--more than what a pay at chains back home, but it was worth it.
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