is a bust. It only costs 14 bucks a pie, and it tastes that way.
Did i hit this place on a bad night? My pizza came out within 3 minutes after we had ordered it. I guess this was nice given that we had been waiting for 40 minutes and we were hungry. But, I wondered if they just heated up a pie from a stack they had on hand. In addition, the crust was dry and bland, the sauce was equally as mediocre, and there was only one or two meager basil leaves that were swimming in my cheese.
Okay let me clarify: If I had stopped in for pizza at a random place after an evening of carousing, I would think that I'd run into some damn good pizza. Obviously the place is not run of the mill. However, Grimaldi's just isn't worth all the hype.
I admit that it's fun to eat by the promenade, and it's cheap as hell, and I had a great time, but there is no artful pizza-making here.