January 9th, 2006 12:00 am Elizabeth Dye | Food Reviews & Stories

Dish Review

Located inside an old social club, the pub has the casual disarray of a private home’s den. Mismatched furniture is grouped loosely in an informal seating area, TVs broadcast sporting events, and décor is masculine and hockey-themed. The menu offers past, meaty entrees and sandwiches, but pizza is the restaurant’s raison d'ętre. The dough is made fresh daily and hand-tossed in two styles—New York (crisp crust and traditional toppings) and Gourmet (herby, thicker crust and an array of splashy toppings.) As gourmet pizza goes, Sellwood’s doesn’t miss a trick, and the kitchen gracefully accommodates half-and-half requests, additions and substitutions. Any pizza on the menu can be had by the slice for a cool $2.25 (25 cents per additional topping)—now that’s loyalty-inspiring. (Originally reviewed 4/20/05.)
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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