Philadelphia, PA - Sometimes even Bar Pizza demands a bit of the limelight. Bar Pizza or tavern pizzas, tend to be fashionable in New England. A pair of the more unique Bar Pizza locations are Star Tavern in New Jersey as well as Lynwood Café in Massachusetts.
So, one probably is wondering, “What makes Bar Pizza so special?” well Bar pizza offers a couple of distinctive characteristics. It tends to be rolled remarkably thinner than most pizzas as well as being sauced right up to the edges and let us not forget its often cooked inside of a well-oiled pan.
The garnishes tend to be classic run-of-the-mill. With the most fashionable being pepperoni, then again let us be genuine and agree that it is genuinely the most popular topping on any pizza.
So where did Bar Pizza originate? It’s believed that bars owners desired something to keep consumers from leaving the bar to go somewhere else for food. While the thin crust was to make sure, customers would not fill on the pizza, providing plenty of room for even more drinks, because beverages tend to be where the bar makes its money. However, regardless of where or exactly how Bar Pizza came to be, one thing is certain, it sure hits the spot.