Amelia and Corey in front of Pizza Pronto
Amelia and Corey in front of Pizza Pronto
Pizza from Pizza Pronto
Pizza from Pizza Pronto

Starving from not eating food for 7 hours, we embarked on a romantic date to Pizza Pronto in Avalon. Many Avonworth students have acclaimed Pizza Pronto, so we went to check it out for ourselves. Driving down California Avenue, we saw a red building to our right with the Pizza Pronto logo stamped on its large windows. Walking into Pizza Pronto, it looked like a typical quaint pizza joint. We were seated immediately and quickly noticed the friendliness of the staff. Amber, our waitress, was polite and delivered excellent service through the entire meal. There were plenty of mouth-watering options on the menu, so initially we had trouble making a decision. We decided to go with the spinach and artichoke dip with pita bread for our appetizer; it was superbly creamy and wonderfully cheesy with just the right amount of spinach and artichokes. We had to hold back on eating the whole thing, so that we had room to eat some pizza…plus we ran out of pita bread.

Selecting a pizza was even more of a difficult task. We chose the buffalo-chicken pizza because I missed the grazing buffalo of South Dakota. To our surprise, there were buffalo fries on the pizza in addition to the chicken (my mouth is watering just thinking about it). However, the ranch was necessary, as it was a bit spicy, but together the flavors complimented each other perfectly.

Because we could not settle for just one pizza, we decided to pick a riskier option– the new pierogi pizza. Though we were skeptical at first, Amber assured us that it would be a good choice. She was absolutely right! Though we could barely eat it because it was so heavy, it was both delicious and creative. It tasted exactly like a pierogi! The bottom layer was just a typical pizza crust, with a thick layer of a potato and onion mixture and then a layer of cheese on top. It tasted better than mac and cheese in a bread bowl from Panera. The food was so filling that we had to change to our stretchy pants, but it was worth it.

Starving from not eating food for 7 hours, we embarked on a romantic date to Pizza Pronto in Avalon. Many Avonworth students have acclaimed Pizza Pronto, so we went to check it out for ourselves. Driving down California Avenue, we saw a red building to our right with the Pizza Pronto logo stamped on its large windows. Walking into Pizza Pronto, it looked like a typical quaint pizza joint. We were seated immediately and quickly noticed the friendliness of the staff. Amber, our waitress, was polite and delivered excellent service through the entire meal. There were plenty of mouth-watering options on the menu, so initially we had trouble making a decision. We decided to go with the spinach and artichoke dip with pita bread for our appetizer; it was superbly creamy and wonderfully cheesy with just the right amount of spinach and artichokes. We had to hold back on eating the whole thing, so that we had room to eat some pizza…plus we ran out of pita bread.

Selecting a pizza was even more of a difficult task. We chose the buffalo-chicken pizza because I missed the grazing buffalo of South Dakota. To our surprise, there were buffalo fries on the pizza in addition to the chicken (my mouth is watering just thinking about it). However, the ranch was necessary, as it was a bit spicy, but together the flavors complimented each other perfectly.

Because we could not settle for just one pizza, we decided to pick a riskier option– the new pierogi pizza. Though we were skeptical at first, Amber assured us that it would be a good choice. She was absolutely right! Though we could barely eat it because it was so heavy, it was both delicious and creative. It tasted exactly like a pierogi! The bottom layer was just a typical pizza crust, with a thick layer of a potato and onion mixture and then a layer of cheese on top. It tasted better than mac and cheese in a bread bowl from Panera. The food was so filling that we had to change to our stretchy pants, but it was worth it.

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