Great to hear. We eat at Sal's a few times every trip. If it's that good, I'll be sure to try it. From the pictures, it looks like our Pittsburgh area Vincents Pizza, which was reportedly the first pizza restaurant in Pgh., dating to the early 1950's.This pizza blows away Fantastic 4 or Louis. Even FFB. It is truly on par with Via Napoli. The only pizza at UOR that compares is Sal's
Did you share this pizza or did you eat it by yourself? Cause the portion is more than enough for one person, unless you're a competitive eater or something. Also, majority of the burgers over at the Hard Rock are around 16.50, which from what I can tell, is more than a pizza at Red Oven.Ate here for dinner last night. The pizza tasted great, one of the best tasting ones I've had, but it was too small and too expensive for what you got IMO. I can get a 6 oz burger and fries over at Hard Rock Cafe that fills me up for the same price, maybe even less. As soon as they get bigger pies I'll be back, until then I'll pass.