whew. this review is way overdue.
i definitely don’t review every single restaurant that we eat at (that would be a lot…), but i try to document the gems so i can share them with you, my lovely readers.
now, we didn’t actually go to the restaurant, but i hear it’s a pretty small, casual, family-run restaurant. i love that. but, we ordered for delivery so we could eat it during a packers game.
anna’s is known for their thin crust pizza, so we went with thin crust with the works and a serving of garlic bread.
look at all those toppings.
are you hungry yet?!
we loved this pizza.
i never knew i was a fan of thin crust. in fact, after trying imo’s pizza when i lived in st. louis and absolutely hating it, i was pretty sure i didn’t like it at all. thanks to anna’s for proving me wrong! the crust was crispy, the sauce was good, and i loved all of the toppings!
the portion of garlic bread was small, but it was like $1.50, so that’s to be expected.
my only complaint about anna’s is that their menu isn’t online. we ordered the works based on a review that i saw posted online, but i have no idea what other kinds of pizza they have. i guess we’ll have to actually make a trip there one of these days…