Wednesday, we all went out to Bottom’s Up for my friend Kate’s birthday. I’d only been to Bottom’s Up pizza once before, about a year ago, so I must have forgotten how amazing the pizza was. I remember it being good, but woah. Stuzzi, I might have to revoke your title of the best pizza I’ve had in Richmond. Then again, the pizza styles are different, so maybe I’ll just give you a new category.
Bottom’s Up pizza has some seriously thick pizza crust, and it’s absolutely loaded with toppings. I know, I know, a lot of people prefer thin crust, but I think that’s just a lie, because we all know that thin crust is healthier. So while I often eat thin crust pizza… let’s be honest. A giant piece of thick fluffy pizza dough is kind of amazing. And when it’s loaded with toppings, you can’t really go wrong.
I enjoyed a slice and a half of the “Goat in the Garden” pizza, which was topped with fresh tomatoes, spinach, goat cheese, and roasted garlic.
Woah. It was quite amazing. We also had a group of about 16 people (separate checks, of course) and Bottom’s Up was SUPER accommodating, which I really appreciate. (I had made reservations for the patio, but temperatures were 97 degrees, so they actually set us up a table outside AND inside, just in case, and we were thankful to choose air conditioning!)
Since I was snapping pictures like a crazy person, the topic of food blogging came up, and Sebastian was so amazed that I had a food blog. He spent a solid 10 minutes on his iphone, looking at my posts. I promised him a shout out, so here you are Sebastian Enjoy!
I will absolutely be going back to this place. The prices were good, the service was excellent, and the pizza was delicious!
And if you’re looking for more Richmond news, I posted a quick recap of the RVA Fashion Bloggers meet up that I mentioned on Wednesday!
It’s over at Virginia Bloggers, if you want to check it out