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View the Blvd. Grill menu

Restaurant: Blvd. Grill

Where: 120 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.

Phone: (626) 355-5805

Reservations: Not necessary

Cocktails: Beer and wine

Service: Counter

Atmosphere: Casual

Outdoor Dining: Yes

Credit Cards: MC, Visa, American Express, Discover, Debit w/logo

Kid’s Menu: Yes

Senior Discount: No

Food to Go: Yes

Catering Menu: Call for info

Price Range: $4.95 – $12.95, most items under $ 9

Ribbon cutting ceremony for the Blvd. Grill

Some of the microbrews available, they also have several on draft

Chili cheese dog

Pulled pork sandwich, with potato salad

Rib basket with fries

Tri-tip dinner with coleslaw and baked beans

Brownie ala mode

Strawberry shortcake

Chocolate sundae

 

DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by SanGabrielValleyMenus.com

                                    

Flying Pizza Hidden Right Out in the Open

 

By Bill Coburn

 

Flying Pizza is kind of hidden behind a strip mall at the southeast corner of Buena Vista and Duarte Road, but enough people have been finding it that they’ve been around for 16 months.  While it’s true that much of their business is delivery, they also get apparently get lots of corporate orders, including catering meetings etc., for the City of Hope, which is right around the corner.

 

The indoor seating is somewhat limited, about 16 – 20 if I remember correctly, but there’s also an outside patio area where you can enjy your meal under the palm trees and canvas umbrellas.  If you do manage to get an inside seat, you’ll find a nice HDTV big screen inside on which to watch Monday Night Football or other sporting events.  We were able to view some of the Angels/Yankees game 5 while we were there, and I have to admit, knowing the game was on, the TV was a factor when I selected Flying Pizza for this week’s review.

 

That, and I had stopped by the previous week and tried their submarine sandwich (ham, turkey, Mortadella, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, mustard and mayonnaise), and really enjoyed it, so I thought let’s see what else we can find to enjoy.  Of course, we found a lot.  We ordered quite a bit of food, as we often do, figuring we’d take some home and have the leftovers for lunch another day.  We started out with mozzarella sticks and BBQ wings, and I ordered the spaghetti and meatballs, which comes with a salad.  We paid a little extra to upgrade to the antipasto salad, and Katie and Keelan decided to split the house specialty pizza, which happens to be named the Flying Pizza.

 

The mozzarella sticks were a surprise, because they were baked, which I’d never tried before.  The cardiologists around the corner at City of Hope must like that, and they were served with a nice marinara sauce.  Wasn’t sure I was going to like them, as fried food usually gets my vote, but these weren’t bad, and healthier than fried, too!!

 

The spaghetti came topped with a tasty marinara sauce and two meatballs, garlic bread, and as I said, a green salad, which I  upgraded to antipasto.  The salad was quite large, with salami, mortadela, ham, provolone cheese, olives, onions, mushrooms, lettuce, tomato, pepperoncinis and mozarella cheese.  Even figuring that the spaghetti usually comes with a green salad, I’m not sure how they do it, this was a good sized meal, and at just $6.25, quite the bargain.

 

But the prize of our meal was the Flying Pizza, which comes with ham, Canadian bacon and pastrami.  And boy does it, it was covered with meat.  I ended up eating some of it, too, and agreed with Katie and Keelan who both commented on how much delicious meat and cheese there was.  In fact, if there was one thing that might have improved it, (and those who read this column regularly might be surprised to read this), it could have maybe used a little more tomato sauce, which almost got lost in all the meat and cheese.

 

Flying Pizza offers nearly a dozen sandwiches, most of which are under $4.00.  They feature spaghetti, lasagna and ravioli, all $6.50 or less.  There’s more than half a dozen types of salad, and you can order a slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza for just $1.25.

 

Like most pizza places, Flying Pizza has all kinds of specials, including some pretty good lunch deals.  For instance, you can get a mini (8”) pizza with one topping and a soda, for just $4.99.  Or choose one of their small salads (chicken, tuna, chef or antipasto) w/garlic bread and 1 soda, also just $4.99.  Get a slice of pizza, a small green salad, and a soda, for just $4.50.  Or two slices of pizza and a soda for just $2.99.    

 

You’ll find full color photos of the food at DotComDining.com, and you can view the Flying Pizza menu at SanGabrielValleyMenus.com, or go directly to their page, at www.flyingpizzarestaurant.com.  You’ll also find more than half a dozen coupons at their webpage, such as 1 x-large (16") pizza (12 slices) with two toppings, 1 large green salad, 3 pieces garlic bread, and 2-liter soda for just $16.99, or 1 large (14") pizza (10 slices) with two toppings and a 2-liter soda for $9.99.  Stop by and say hi to the folks at Flying Pizza, and be sure to let them know you read about them in Dot Com Dining!

 

Bill Coburn is owner of SanGabrielValleyMenus.com, a restaurant website featuring more than 150 restaurant menus, as well as downloadable coupons.  He has nearly 20 years experience in the restaurant business, and has been eating for much longer than that.

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