Evidently there are several Bizarro Pizzas in the area but this is the original. Bring cash. That’s all they take. There’s an expensive ATM if you are short on hard currency. We called in our order for 3 giant pizzas.
Bizarro is not a sit-down restaurant. Customers order at the counter and stand around waiting. Or claim one of a handful of tables inside or the several picnic tables outside.
Bizarro offers whole pies, or by the slice as well as baked pastas, hot and cold subs and other Italian fare.
I know what I’m about to say is sacrilege to most of the world; I’m cheese impaired. I don’t like melty goopy cheese. So the only way I eat pizza is cheeseless. (I’ll pause for the gasps.)
In every other place I’ve ordered a cheeseless pizza they just omit the cheese but make it as they would any other pizza. My half pizza had mushrooms, garlic and tomatoes…and that’s it. I guess when they read no cheese, they thought it also meant no tomato sauce. Imagine a very thin New York style crust baked with some mushrooms, tomato slices and some garlic. I don’t even think there was any olive oil or anything else so it was kind of tasteless cardboard. My husband wasn’t impressed with the cheesed up slices he had either. But for beachgoers, it’s a casual atmosphere steps away from the shore.
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