Bogey's Pizza Co
5039 Almaden Expy, San Jose, CA 95118
Bogey's PIzza Co. has been serving premium gourmet pizza for over 27 years. We also specialize in pasta, ravioli, and a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Located in south side San Jose in the shopping center with the Britannia Arms and Scrambl'z.
Happy hour, big screen tvs, video games, 8 beers on tap
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Pets Allowed: No
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10/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Bogey's pizza is probably the best. It's not much to look at and one would be tempted to pass it by without giving it a second thought, but they would be making a mistake in doing so because it really is quite good. If you like pizza and you live in the area, you would be a damn fool not to eat here.
07/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We used to go here on Wed. nights for the special through my teens and twenties. At that time in my life, I hadn't been many places or tried many pizzas and didn't fully appreciate the amazing treat we were getting. It's the best pizza I've ever had. I moved from San Jose 7 years ago and have been craving Bogey's like mad so came on here to read reviews to see what ""style"" pizza Bogey's makes and read local reviews for where I live to see if I could find pizza of a similar description, but people like to review a pizza in pretty vague terms, which is not helpful when you are trying to figure out if a place you've never been makes it like you want it. One person describes this as thin crust, another as thick. CONFUSING! So I created an account just to come on here to tell others that Bogey's crust seems to me to MAYBE most closely resemble a Chicago-style thin crust pizza, cut normal, though, not in squares. The crust is thin in the center, but gradually gets thicker toward the outer edge. The edge crust is not a huge w@d of bread, though. This may seem like a flaw-uneven crust, but those of you who love it know it's perfect! That thin little tip of the triangle first bite is so hot and crisp on the bottom, but thick and overflowing with toppings that you almost burn your mouth getting a bite of it while it's still perfectly crisp (juices from fresh toppings can cause it to loose that crunch after a bit). The bottom of the crust develops a smooth-crisp shell to it while the dough just above it is soft- not dry or flaky. The sauce is juicy and fresh tasting and liberal enough that some of the cheese may slip on it- again, not excessively. I like that you WON'T automatically loose all your toppings just pulling a piece off. The toppings are super fresh and always very generous. This pizza is really a hearty meal, so when someone says ""thin crust"" they don't mean those flat Frisbee type pizzas that are good for an appetizer, but it's not super thick, either. *****
06/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Excellent Pizza! I've been going to Bogey's for over 10 years and highly reccomend the pizza. It is the only place my husband and I go when we want pizza. Great atmosphere, friendly service and staff. The pizza is always hot and loaded with lots of meat and cheese. Best pizza in the area.
07/18/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I am fortunate to live right across the street from Bogeys. The pizza is consistantly fresh and tastey. The crust is thin and toppings are pleantiful. The US Open is one of the best meat pizzas around. The staff is always friendly. This is a family establishment. Bring the kids!