Wife and I tried a new pizza place in our quaint little city and the aesthetics were pretty sweet tucked away in an over hundred year old corner brick building with very high ceilings.
I had no idea about their food other than pictures from their site which looked pretty tantalizing. Got there and saw the flames burning and realized this was a wood fired pizza place that had no mention of that on their site.
When the pizza arrived, I was shocked. The crust was as thin as a maple leaf. Flimsy as a wet piece of paper. For some odd reason, I recalled an old FGI thread on PIzza Bones and what you do with them? I didn't eat mine and I usually do because these were charred black from the fire.
Wondered what kind of crust you favor? I miss the old Chicago style pizza from the Chicagoland area. Outside of that, I like a nice NY style hand tossed crust with a little heft but not too much. I don't like thin and I really don't like paper thin.
As for this pizza tonight, it was among the worst, if not the worst I've ever eaten. I finished a 16" with ease due to feeling like I was eating air.