Saturday, February 2, 2008

Best Pizza in Hawaii

I know that's kind of a subjective statement. Everybody has their favorite kind of Pizza ... and their favorite places to get it from. There are many good pizza places here in Hawaii. But, by far our favorite place to get a slice here in Ewa Beach is Boston's Pizza.

They have a wide variety of pizza, subs, strombolli, wings, salads and even desserts.

The pies are quite big too. Two large pizza's easily feed our family of six ... usually with left overs.

I'm not sure if this applies to all the Boston's Pizza places here in Hawaii, but at the Ewa Beach store, they always give us coupons ever time we order.

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That one on the bottom left, 2 Two Topping Pizzas fro $26.99 saves us about $14 over what rings up on the register. Be sure to tell them you have a coupon when you call to order.

So, what's your favorite pizza place here on Oahu?

16 comments:

  1. Well, I've never gotten around to trying Boston's yet. Papa John's is usually our first choice. There's one near Pearlridge which is closer to where I stay...I think I'll order from them soon.

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  2. Oh yea ... Papa John's is our next favorite pizza place. Before I went to Iraq last year, we used to hit them all the time.

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  3. April - Of ScotlandFebruary 6, 2008 at 5:45 PM

    My mum and dad were actually really disappointed with the pizzas they got in America. Nothing came close to the ones you get in Italy. Oh, my tummy feels empty now ;)

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  4. I love pizza...any pizza. I'm not very particular. I always wanted to visit hawaii.

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  5. @Tim,

    Yes, I'm not sure if this is the same Boston's Pizza that they have in the mainland.

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  6. @April - I'm not sure any American pizza compares to the real stuff from Italy. Although, I suspect many of us wouldn't recognize "real" pizza ... I remember it being Very flavorful crust, with pretty much just a dollop of sauce and cheese right in the middle ... mmmmm, good memories.

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  7. @Marsha - Yes, that top menu bar can be a bit tricky. You want to go into theme editor, and find a file called main-nav.php. It's got a link to some instructions at the top ... but basically, if you follow just follow the example you see for the Home and About pages, you should be ok. You do need to know the ID# of the page you want to add. The easiest way to get this is to go to Manage/Pages and find the corresponding number in the far left column.

    Hope this helps,
    Todd

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  8. Thanks Todd -I greatly appreciate the help.

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  10. One of my favorite memories of Hawaii is Casa Mia's pizza in Ewa Beach. This was durning the 70's and 80's. When we returned to the island in 1980, we were met at the airport by our sponser with our car. The first thing we did was drive out to our old church, our old house at Iroquois Point and to Casa Mia's for pizza..................we were home. I love Hawaii, the Aloha Spirit. I lived in Iroquois Point 7 years and miss it today. I am excited I found your blog, I look forward to your stories and pictures.

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  11. I grew up in Aiea but now live in the mainland and just want to say that Boston's Pizza is the BEST! I miss it now that there isnt one across the street from my neighborhood anymore. If anybody has a homemade recipe that is close to Bostons let me know cause i am desprate :) (there is no really good pizza places here, just the major national chains :( )

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  12. Hi, I came across this article.
    I used to work at the bostons in ewa, we shut down April of 2009.
    I just want to say thank you to all of our loyal customers who kept comming over the years! I never got a chance to say goodbye to all of you! You are the people who made the buisness worth comming to everyday, so thank you and take care!

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  13. We actually left Hawaii in the beginning of April, so I didn't know that you guys had shut down. I'm really sorry to hear it ... we loved that pizza ... and you guys/girls who worked there were always real friendly. I hope you're doing ok ... were you able to find new jobs?

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  14. Wow! Casa Mia's brings back memories. I was stationed at Barbers Pt from 1982-1986, and we loved their pizza (served in big ol industrial size bread pans) and their spaghetti and meat balls with meatballs the size of softballs. Good times! I miss EVERYTHING about Hawaii!!

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  15. Wow! You remember Casa Mia in Ewa Beach! I thought that my memory of it was just my tummy dreaming. Their pizza and pasta sauce was so good I would clean my plate with garlic bread. I used to live in Iroquios Point too ! I lived on Edgewater Drive in the 60's-70's.
    Aloha!

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