Rock n’ Roll PizzaMay 16, 2010
P.A.’s Lounge is a well-established local rock club and bar with an Elks lodge charm to it. As a place that I love to go see music and grab a handful of drinks, I got even more excited to stop in this past weekend to try out the food, and was I happy that it was cheap, delicious, and a great change of pace for this neighborhood watering hole.
I chose to go with the traditional pizza, which at $8 isn’t a bad deal at all. For $11 you can get a cold P.A.’s Brew and one of these delectable pies. They are charcoal grilled, giving the thin crust a crispy exterior for the soft dough it encases. The cheese was melted to a nice crisp on the edges, while it remained gooey in the middle. The whole tomatoes really added a great flavor and an overall savory style. The freshness was appreciated.
While offering a few other variants on the pie, one involving mushrooms and truffle oil, another with linguica and one more with chicken and hot peppers, they also have some more standard bar food. Burgers run about $6, $8 with the fries, and come served on a Portuguese roll, and the P.A.’s Dog is an all beef hot dog wrapped in bacon topped with their home made relish.
I can’t think of anything I could enjoy more than grabbing a bite, a couple of drinks, and checking out a show. I am glad P.A.’s has made that easier for all of us.