My partner and I went to Crozet Pizza for lunch, and overall we felt that it was good pizza, but nothing that blew us away. We were in the Charlottesville area and we looked on the Food Network website to see if any shows have been filmed in the area -- his was the only place, so we decided to check it out.
Crozet Pizza is kind of in the middle of nowhere. It took a while to drive to through windy roads, but it is a very quaint and seemingly historic restaurant.
There definitely are no-frills at Crozet Pizza, but that's probably its charm. They have a good selection of local beers, and they clearly pride themselves on that. We are able to get a half-and-half pizza, and it certainly was tasty. It's more of a deep dish kind of pizza than anything else.
Clearly Crozet Pizza has been a part of the community for very long time – we sat next to the wall of pictures with Crozet Pizza T-shirts in Venice in 1990 and the North Pole in 1995, etc. It's kind of interesting to see how rabid people are in there support for this eating institution.
Overall, if you are looking for something outside of Charlottesville, Crozet Pizza is not a bad choice. It's not mind blowing pizza or anything, but it is tasty and certainly off the beaten path.