Corner Slice Out of Mediocre Pizza

No pizza

Local Bethesda pizza joint Corner Slice today shocked customers by reporting to be out of pizza. Actually, they had three slices of pepperoni-sausage pizza left but due to dietary restrictions, I opted to pass on that. 15-20 minutes until the next pizza would be ready, and people were standing in line like it was the methodone clinic or something.

In the choice between fighting the crowds for mediocre pizza and going somewhere else, I decided to venture down to California Tortilla, where they never run out of burritos.

5 Comments so far

  1. KCinDC (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2008 @ 2:45 pm

    Perhaps, but they ruin those burritos by including tomato-sauce-soaked rice that reminds me of something from Chef Boyardee. Unless there’s been some change since my one venture into the place.

  2. Carl Weaver (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2008 @ 2:52 pm

    Hmm… I have never encountered tomatoes in the rice there, unless you count salsa mixing in by the natural laws of stuff in a tortilla running together.

    Of course, I am a big fan of the Burrit-o-roni.

  3. Tom Bridge (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2008 @ 4:00 pm

    I’m a lover of the burrito at the Tilla. MOAR TILLA! MOAR!

  4. Carl Weaver (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2008 @ 8:48 pm

    Something I did not think about before was that if I did eat meat, probably taking those last three pieces that nobody else seemed to want would probably be a bad idea. That’s like drinking the cheap wine even drunks won’t touch.

  5. KCinDC (unregistered) on February 22nd, 2008 @ 10:19 pm

    Hmm, maybe I’ll give California Tortilla another try, but it definitely wasn’t salsa. It seemed far inferior to Chipotle — though at least it lacked the plasticky cheese of Baja Fresh. It would be nice if CT had something edible, since there’s one by my Metro stop.

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