Tommy's Pizza

★★★★★
  • 325 The Bridge St

    Huntsville, AL 35806

    Map & Directions
  • 256-327-8600

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Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm, Mon-Thu: 11am-9pm

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Maybe I'm a kid at heart, but I'm nearly 30 and my favorite food is still pizza. And my favorite place to get it is Tommy's Pizza at Bridge Street. Tommy's serves up delicious New York-style pizza as well as pasta, subs, and salads. I'm going to limit this review to the pizza, as that's where most of my experience lies.

It would take many visits to try every style, but my personal favorite is a classic pairing of pepperoni and bell peppers. Their unique bell pepper topping is what makes it: a blend of multi-colored bell peppers, chopped into small squares and tossed in a seasoning blend. Add some crisp (but not crunchy) pepperoni and that's the ticket.

Second place goes to the Buffalo Chicken pizza. Now, I'm usually not a fan of non-traditional pizza styles, but this one surprised me (also applies to the Lasagna pizza). With swirls of Buffalo sauce and ranch dressing, it is one of their most flavorful pizzas. Depending on who makes it, it can end up being a bit spicy, but I bet if you ask, they can adjust the sauce ratio.

Others I've tried and loved include: cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, Lasagna pizza, and Hawaiian (they include onion on the Hawaiian pizza, which adds a great flavor).

The styles I am less of a fan of, but will still eat if someone else orders them:
--White Pizza: this one is a bit on the bland side. I require a generous shake of parmesan cheese on this one.
--Mediterranean: I'm just not a huge fan of artichokes, but if you are, this one's for you!
--Arsenal pizza: if you've ever been to Stanlieo's, this is their Kitchen Sink. It's enjoyable, but just not my one of my favorites. Maybe a little too much going on?

(Styles I have yet to try are Salad pizza, Meat-eor, and Vegetable.)

There simply isn't a style that I just plain hate. The only thing that would really make this place better is if they gave away the pizza for free! Their prices aren't cheap, but are reasonable, and there are daily lunch specials, Two-Dollar Tuesdays ($2 slices), and Family Night on Thursdays (1/2 price pies), as well as the fact that the pizzas are huge (21 inches). Keep in mind that you'll probably get four meals from a single pie. Two slices is usually plenty for me. I can eat three, though, and sometimes do if I'm particularly famished. But if you have an only slightly below-average appetite, you can easily get away with a single slice.

If you prefer Chicago-style/deep-dish/pan pizza, then Tommy's probably isn't for you. But if you enjoy that thin, foldable, cheesy, New York-style goodness, this is as close as you're gonna get without going on a very long car ride.

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★★★★★

Maybe I'm a kid at heart, but I'm nearly 30 and my favorite food is still pizza. And my favorite place to get it is Tommy's Pizza at Bridge Street. Tommy's serves up delicious New York-style pizza as well as pasta, subs, and salads. I'm going to limit this review to the pizza, as that's where most of my experience lies.

It would take many visits to try every style, but my personal favorite is a classic pairing of pepperoni and bell peppers. Their unique bell pepper topping is what makes it: a blend of multi-colored bell peppers, chopped into small squares and tossed in a seasoning blend. Add some crisp (but not crunchy) pepperoni and that's the ticket.

Second place goes to the Buffalo Chicken pizza. Now, I'm usually not a fan of non-traditional pizza styles, but this one surprised me (also applies to the Lasagna pizza). With swirls of Buffalo sauce and ranch dressing, it is one of their most flavorful pizzas. Depending on who makes it, it can end up being a bit spicy, but I bet if you ask, they can adjust the sauce ratio.

Others I've tried and loved include: cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms, Lasagna pizza, and Hawaiian (they include onion on the Hawaiian pizza, which adds a great flavor).

The styles I am less of a fan of, but will still eat if someone else orders them:
--White Pizza: this one is a bit on the bland side. I require a generous shake of parmesan cheese on this one.
--Mediterranean: I'm just not a huge fan of artichokes, but if you are, this one's for you!
--Arsenal pizza: if you've ever been to Stanlieo's, this is their Kitchen Sink. It's enjoyable, but just not my one of my favorites. Maybe a little too much going on?

(Styles I have yet to try are Salad pizza, Meat-eor, and Vegetable.)

There simply isn't a style that I just plain hate. The only thing that would really make this place better is if they gave away the pizza for free! Their prices aren't cheap, but are reasonable, and there are daily lunch specials, Two-Dollar Tuesdays ($2 slices), and Family Night on Thursdays (1/2 price pies), as well as the fact that the pizzas are huge (21 inches). Keep in mind that you'll probably get four meals from a single pie. Two slices is usually plenty for me. I can eat three, though, and sometimes do if I'm particularly famished. But if you have an only slightly below-average appetite, you can easily get away with a single slice.

If you prefer Chicago-style/deep-dish/pan pizza, then Tommy's probably isn't for you. But if you enjoy that thin, foldable, cheesy, New York-style goodness, this is as close as you're gonna get without going on a very long car ride.

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