Trilogy Pizza & Wine Bistro
19141 Stone Oak Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78258
Triology Pizza & Wine
Cuisines: Sandwiches, Italian, European, Continental, Bar & Grills, Pizza
Price Range : Average
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08/12/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Traveling across town from Sea World to Stone Oak seems a little silly for some pizza and cheese bread. Especially with the price of gas. This was topic of conversation as we did drive across town for pizza and cheese bread. I was told several times that the pizza was very good but the cheese bread was almost magical.
The Ultimate Cheese bread is worth the trip alone. Geez, I don't think I've ever had cheese bread that was both crunchy and gooey all at the same time.
We ordered the Chef's Choice pizza and built our own New York Style pizza. I liked the Chef's Choice -- a Chiago style pizza with mushroom, brisket and onions. Very non-traditional toppings but the worked well with the thick crust and the chunky tomato sauce. We the New York style was a great three meat pizza. I must say that was very delicious. I'd definately get that again.
The staff was pretty good.
My only complaint is that the restaurant was way too hot. It took almost the whole hour that we were there to cool off.
I'm looking forward to my next visit there.
03/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
First of all, please know that only order their Chicago stuffed pizza which I absolutely enjoy. I lived in the Chicago area when I was in college and I can certify that they serve the genuine article. When people who love Chicago style pizza (with the biscuity bread crust and chunky tomato sauce) find this place we tend to RAVE and thus you may be disappointed (like the previous post) when you go there and order other than the Chicago stuffed. Competent and attentive service, good wine selection (about double the price as you will find in stores, but that's business), but the best thing (for me) is the Chicago stuffed (I order the Stuffed Veggie and my usual dinner companion orders the ""Capone"" which is stuffed with meat(s) and very filling.
Unpretentious, smart, and simple environment, dimly lit but tidy. I drive out 17 miles to get there, and it's worth it every time.
09/21/2007Provided by Citysearch -
people had been RAVING about this place at my hubby's work, so we went to check it out. Totally not worth the high $$$ .. it's ok..watch out for the chicago pizza. Totally overloaded and drowning in chunky tomatoes..that is how the sauce is. The new york style pepperoni pizza was good. but we had to kindof drive a ways to get there and it was not worth it!