Flying Pie Pizzeria.
7804 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97215
Flying Pie Pizzeria
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: American Restaurant, Bridal, Weddings, Cruises, Banquets, Corporate Meetings, Family Events, American, American Food, Reunions, Offices, Parties, Receptions, Outings, Sporting Events, Rehearsal Dinners, Fiestas
Price Range : Average
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10/02/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I've always wanted to see pizza dough tossed in the air. They did it and I enjoyed the end result. This place was great. We had the whole wheat crust and it was great. The toppings are fresh and bountiful. My husband and I ordered a twelve inch and took some home. We never do that with any other 12 in. It's a great deal and great pizza.
08/26/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I had given up ever finding a decent pizza in the NW when a friend recommended the Flying Pie. At last the search has ended. This is the best pizza I've had since moving here from NY 16 years ago! Order the extra thick and you can't go wrong...Whatever toppings you ask for will be piled on high. It makes a meal for four with leftovers to take home for tomorrow. There are some good beers on tap, too. (Mirror Pond Pale Ale goes really well with this pizza). Bonus: No need to fear the sausage...It's sooo good! Not that weird, unnatural, wish-I-hadn't-ate-that spicy crap a lot of places use. Excellent Value...no more than one of those cheap delivery jobs.
07/15/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Much like Skipper's falls short of living up to Long John Silver's (mmm...greasy seafood that's been trucked 16 hours inland before being brutally deep fried to a yummy crisp), The Flying Pie gives it a good try but still falls a little short. Don't get me wrong, its a damn good pizza, generous toppings, huge slices, lots and lots of tasty cheese, but you just can't find good thick crust, Chicago style pizza in Portland. Plenty of East Coast, thin, hand-tossed pies, but I guess Chicago pizza might just be a bit too hardy for the Northwest diners to stomach.
The verdict, good pizza, go there now!
But Midwesterner transplants shouldn't get their hopes up, just wait for that next layover at O'Hare on your next visit home.
08/13/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Flying Pie out does any other pizza place in town. Where else can a grown man be filled by 2 slices of pizza. Their quality toppings are piled mile high at a fraction of the price of ""fast food"" pizza places. And what other pizza place will give you fresh garlic at no cost?