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Oz Pizza: East Point

posted on March 29, 2008 at 9:05 am
Oz Pizza: East Point
Oz Pizza: East Point
RESTAURANT REVIEW
For those of us who live ITP, grabbing a pizza for dinner can be a complete ordeal. Rosa’s is closed at night and all the *really* top-notch pizzerias are just too damn far away. So, what is a pizza fiend to do when the craving strikes? Well, I went to check out Oz Pizza in East Point the other day and it wasn’t half bad. Another plus is that is only 10 minutes away from my Downtown home. They’ve been open for a long while, but I’d never been before. They are located in a stretch of stores in a very cute row of shops in East Point.
All the dough is made fresh and hand-tossed. The crust was pretty thin and crisp although one of my slices did have a soggy first bite–it didn’t take anything away though. The sauce wasn’t super sweet like other ITP places and there was a good ratio of sauce:cheese. I was also surprised to see they carry a pretty decent selection of wines (for a pizzeria) and “seasonal beers.” An overall good experience and they also have free wifi. If you are in the market for a deal, the lunch combos are a steal. I’ll be back.

RESTAURANT INFORMATION:
Address: 2805 Main Street
Phone: 404-761-7006
Website

Oz Pizza in East Point

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3 comments

  • Re: Oz Pizza: East Point
    posted by: Anonymous · April 3, 2008  1:30 PM

    Great! But how does one get to East Point from downtown in 10 minutes? You have a Star Trek teleporter or something that avoids Atlanta traffic?

  • Re: Oz Pizza: East Point
    posted by: The Blissful Glutton · April 3, 2008  1:32 PM

    Back roads, baby!

  • Re: Oz Pizza: East Point
    posted by: Anonymous · June 19, 2008  12:47 PM

    this place is immoral;
    they tried to get rid of my last paycheck;
    i was told this by a fellow employee who apparently has a conscience;

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