While the girlfriend was in town, we managed to try out a pizza from Stoggers. I had actually tried to order one from there once before on a Saturday (or maybe it was a Sunday), but was told they were booked solid for the next 3–4 hours. This made me hopeful that it must be good pizza.
On a Tuesday night, however, we had no trouble getting an order in. Unfortunately, we were a bit late picking it up due to Stoggers being in the most inconvenient location ever. (Okay, I exaggerate a little bit, but when you’re coming along the opposite side of the street and don’t know the area well, it takes a hell of an effort to figure out how to get to where you need to be.) As a result, it was not quite as piping fresh and hot as I’d ideally like by the time we got to eating it.
That said, it was a really good pizza. The girlfriend and I each scarfed down half the pizza in fairly short order. The crust was decently thick but not too doughy, and the toppings were generous. I think it is definitely a contender in my pizza quest, and requires further study. I can imagine it would only be better when hotter and fresher. When I get around to giving it a second chance, I’ll wax more eloquently on the details of its deliciousness.