On a recent weekend jaunt we came across the Flying Pie Pizzaria. Hungry, tired, and thirsty, we decided to check it out. We were told that the sausage was made especially for them, and it was good and spicy. We decided on a selection of meats (sausage, salami, pepperoni on half. I am not a pepperoni fan.), black olives, mushrooms, onions (on half), and some good cheese.
The sausage was indeed spicy. It had a nice kick to it, and good flavor. I wasn't sure how I would like the big chunks, but I was impressed. We are somewhat of a pizza-snob family since we make our own, and have a favorite pizzeria that we go to when we want to splurge, but this turned out to be a good pie. The crust is usually the make-or-break for me, and this one was okay. Definitely better than others that serve bread disguised as crust.
There are about six beers on tap, all local Oregon beers. They also serve pop and water. The place has that old 70's pizza joint feel to it: lots of posters on the wall, everything from Oregon beer to the Trailblazers, and stuff in between, plus a selection of old and new neon signs. On the Sunday night we were there we saw a steady stream of people, and they were working on a big catering order as well.Fresh out of the oven breadsticks are yours for the asking. 50 cents each or you get one free with a salad bar purchase.