Bruno’s Pizza

Written by on July 12, 2015 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Longview, Washington


How I heard of this place: My second year supporting my husband in the ride from Seattle To Portland (STP) was made more memorable with a visit from old (college-days) friends, and the pizza place they selected at which to meet and share a meal.


Type of cuisine: All things pizza.

We’ve built a reputation in our community with our amazing pizza and our great service. People from all over the Northwest LOVE our pepperoni that we slice ourselves every day and pre-cook in our oven to a delicious crispiness that people just can’t seem to get enough of.


We like to keep it classic with our thin crispy crust made from our own fresh dough that we make ourselves. Pizza isn’t something we take lightly. That’s why we use the best ingredients we can and give attention to every detail.
We love what we do and that’s why people love coming here. Whether it’s just stopping by to pick up dinner or the whole family is celebrating a special event. Come by and try us out. But just a warning…. Once you have our pizza you’ll be hooked for life.

Ambiance: A typical pizza joint, the fluorescent-lit space, with its black and white checkered floors and red tables is the perfect place to gather with friends, share a casual meal and take pounds of leftover pizza home.


What I ordered: At the recommendation of our friends, the locals, we selected Bruno’s Taco Pizza ($19.09 for a large) with lettuce, cheddar, beef, olive, Doritos, and tomato, as well as the Combination ($19.09 for a large) with beef, pepperoni, olive and mushroom.


Our friends selected half the Zesty Pepperoni ($13.09 for the medium), and their own combination on the other half.


On a return visit, Friday, 17 June 2016We stopped by with some of our pizza-loving cousins on our way to Portland for Father’s Day, and were so pleased we did! A small Eddie’s Eadliner ($13.99) with beef, mushroom and pepperoni,

Bruno's Eddie's Close-Up

and a large Chicken Taco Pizza ($26.29) with lettuce, cheddar, chicken, olive, Doritos and tomato.

Bruno's Chicken Taco Pizza

What I loved: While it’s not pictured, the Taco Pizza was certainly something to write home about. We devoured it at breakfast the following morning. And, at a huge surprise to me, the meaty combination of crispy pepperoni, crumbled and seasoned beef and brined olives caught my attention and won me over!


Why I loved it: Delicious pizza shared among good friends, old and newer, in a casual and very easy setting.

Bruno's Chicken Taco Close-Up

Cost: Average ($21 – $27 per family sized, loaded pie)

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