All Things Tarun

  • 08:31:50 pm on June 29, 2010 | 2
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    Pizza is amazing. A friend once told me that pizza is kinda overrated because that’s all she ate in college. What a sad, sad outlook of the most amazing food. I’ve had a lot of types and brands over the years, but few have really made my mouth water like the following places in Indiana:

    • Mellow Mushroom — These guys do a huge slice for pretty cheap, the kind of slice that you fold to eat. They use great ingredients and their crust is cooked to a perfect golden brown, every time. I’ve never had a bad experience there and I always frequent my local one in Carmel.
    • Greek Tony’s — Also in Carmel (and down the street), Greek’s is pretty expensive, but it is fantastic and totally worth it. They also use scratch ingredients and take a lot of time to produce a quality pie.
    • Aver’s Pizza — This one is Bloomington. Another awesome joint, famous for many signature pizzas. Including the “Cream and Crimson”, a personal favorite that is basically a baked potato on a pizza. Mmmmm

    Yup so undoubtedly I’m enjoying some of the third right now. Nice =)



  • Jordan T-H 12:02 pm on June 30, 2010 | # | Reply

    Dontcha mean Mad Mushroom? $10 for a pizza the size of a car hood?

    You’re missing Mother Bears in Bloomington, voted 3rd best pizza in America.

    • Tarun 12:32 pm on June 30, 2010 | # | Reply

      Mother bears really isn’t all it is cracked up to be. Too much sauce, too thick.

      And no, Mad Mushroom is definitely a value-buy but Mellow Mushroom (which there are a few other than just in Carmel) is the best damn pizza ever.

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