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Angelo’s Pizzeria

March 6, 2011

  • 666 E. Main Street #B
  • Centreville, MI 49032
  • (269) 467-6880
  • No Known Website
  • Menu

I’m running out of places to eat in Centreville.  Sure, I could just repeat, but that’s just not me.  I’ve only got a few more days down that way.  I’m sure I’ll survive.

As I was heading out to Yoder’s Country Market for lunch, I noticed Angelo’s Pizzeria in a strip mall right on Main Street on the east side of town.   It didn’t look like much, but pizza did sound good.  They had a few sandwich specials on a sign board out by the road, but it was pizza I was in the mood for.

The small shop is pretty typical for pizza joints.  There are a half dozen tables spread out in front of the order counter.  The kitchen takes up most of the space and most of their business is probably take out.  There was no one else in the place other than the two employees and one of those was a delivery driver who came and went quite a few times in the 45 minutes I was there. 

The menu board hangs above the counter and there are paper menus next to the register, but I didn’t really care.  I wanted pizza.  The lady working in the kitchen saw me and came to the counter to take my  order.

I put in the order for a small pepperoni pizza.  They actually have two sizes of small.  The 8″ inch they call Bambino and the 12″ they call small.  I went with the 12″ as I was hungry and had some time to kill, so I wanted lunch to take a while.

The cost was a little over eight bucks and I paid cash, but they do accept credit cards.  I grabbed a paper menu just for future reference then headed to a table near the window to wait for my pizza to come out.  I think I surprised her a bit when I said I was going to eat in.  I’m a little surprised I didn’t just get the pizza in a box anyway.

I had a few e-mails to take care of while I waited, so I didn’t even really pay attention to the time.  Before I knew, the delivery driver came out with a plate and a steel pizza pan with my order.

The pizza is a thin crust, but not thin and crispy.  It’s actually pretty doughy and very limp.  It’s the kind of slice that when you pick it up the triangle points straight down.  Not my favorite kind of crust, but it actually had a alright taste to it.  It’s one of those pizza’s that’s good because it’s greasy.  It wasn’t soak through a paper towel greasy, but the cheese was definitely separating.

So, I was in the mood for pizza and pizza is what I got.  It’s nothing that really stands out, but it did the job.  My goal was to get enough food to keep me satisfied through the day and kill some time.  I did both.

Small Pepperoni Pizza

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