All of us have been there. Disappointed again, by another lousy delivery pizza. It's doughy, or soggy, or bland. Not at Viva. Pizza at Viva is stone-baked, ensuring a crisp crust that has a crunchy dusting of cornmeal on the bottom. It is not too thick, with just enough substance to carry the perfectly balanced quantities of sauce and blended cheeses. The menu offers a number of pizza selections by name, as well as a build-your-own section and all are availabe in two different sizes. The small pizza would feed two gals or one very hungry man. The large is sufficient for about four people. I am not exaggerating when I say that someone I know likened Viva pizza to, ""heroin on a plate.""
Pros: The whole menu is good, not just the pizza
Cons: Not the least expensive pizza in town, but it's worth it!