Friday, September 5, 2014
On Tuesday, October 31, 2006, my wife and I had lunch in Winchester at Patsy's Pastry Pizzas, a fairly new out-of-the-way place at 500 West Jubal Early Drive, Suite 130.
She did not want pizza for her lunch, and elected to try a strawberry walnut green salad. I did want pizza, and ordered a large slice of one with sausage and cheese.
The restaurant was a medium-sized place at the end of a row of suites in a business park. The single room was separated into two sections by a double row of waist-high dividers running from front to back down the middle, forming an aisle.
Each section was provided with tables; some seated only two people, and the others, four. An official sign limited occupancy to a maximum of 30 persons.
When my order came I was surprised to see that it was a double-layer pizza; in other words, it had a crust. I suppose that was what makes it a pastry pizza, but I had never seen one like it before. The sausage, etc., was layered between the two crusts, and the top had some melted cheese.
The pizza dough had not been baked to a hard crust, and I liked its texture. I thought the pastry pizza idea was great, and it's the kind I'll be looking for in the future. My wife was pleased with her salad, and said that we should be sure to come back to this place.— Anonymous Reviewer
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