Pie In The Sky, Berkeley report w/ pics
It's a good, pretty quick pizza joint. A guy and lady work there and they are friendly.
Each slice is pretty big - you can even have them cut it in half so you can share with your friend.
Tuesday Slice of the Day: "The Scrum" - $3.50. Sausage, mushroom, red pepper, garlic. It was thin crust, hot and tasty. Recommended.
Slice of "Son of Sky" $3.50 - ricotta, mozzarella, garlic, roasted tomatoes, pesto, artichokes, red onions, black olives. I guess they had to make this because we wanted a while for it. It was greasy and salty, thin crust. Just ok.
They have homemade desserts like French Apple tart $3.25, chocolate caramel tarts $3.25, chocolate volcano cookie $1.85 ea - didn't try any, they looked good, Anyone try them? They also have Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
They are selling a paperback book "Sylvia's Farm" by Sylvia Jorrin for $14.95.
There's about 10 seats inside - cramped, and 2 outdoor tables.
Credit cards taken. Close to Downtown Berkeley Bart.
Hrs: M-F 11a-9p
Pie In The Sky
2124 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94704
I noticed this morning that the Pie in the Sky space is for sale/for lease and that someone had applied for an alcohol license under the establishment name of Pizzavore back in October 2010. So, I guess it's safe to assume that Pie in the Sky is no more, but the status of Pizzavore is a bit ambiguous. Anyone have any information on this location?
re: Scott M
re: Melanie Wong
Ah. OK. While I did see hints of remodeling (or maybe a hasty departure), I saw no sign on the door indicating that they were planning on (re?) opening.
Indeed, the only sign I saw, other than the notification of the pending alcohol license, was a rather large one reading "Fully Equipped Restaurant For Sale".
I had to chime in about your bad Son of Sky experience -- my office frequently orders from Pie in the Sky, and Son of Sky is one of our favorite pies. Maybe they reheated up an old slice for you or something, because when we order it, we get a big beautiful pie of goodness. The flavors go well perfectly, clumps of ricotta giving you occasional bursts of creamy goodness that complement the salty olives. Mmmm.
For single slices, I'd recommend going during the lunch hour and getting their slice of the day or their regular cheese/pepp, because they go through pizza super fast so it's really fresh. Otherwise, order whole pies!
re: Estella H.
My friend & I just got 1 slice each of The Scrum & Son of Sky, both were cut in half so we could try both. $3.5 (Includes tax already) x 2 = $7 total. Credit cards taken.
Both were good, I just felt the Son of Sky was more greasy & salty and we both preferred The Scrum.
I can't make the lunch time only dinner. We went about 6:30pm or so.