I recently stumbled upon a neat little pizza place in Fishers, Indiana called Greek’s Pizzeria. I’ve always thought that if you’re going to run a successful pizza place then there are two things you need to get right: crust and sauce. And as far as I could tell, Greek’s Pizzeria succeeded on both counts.
From all outward appearances it’s a humble little establishment that fits in perfectly with the numerous mom-and-pop type shops that dot the streets in downtown Fishers.
The bright, red exterior really stands out, and is a prelude for what to expect on the inside, which is an art deco-style diner with bright red everything.
We ordered the Greek’s Special, which comes with Italian sauce, extra cheese, Italian sausage, Spanish onions, green bell peppers, baked ham, sliced domestic mushrooms and extra sliced pepperoni. The first thing I noticed upon biting into a slice was the crust. It’s moderately thin, although it has a nice thick edge. It was baked just right, and had an almost imperceptible sweetness to it.
The sauce, too, was very flavorful and tied all the toppings together quite nicely. Speaking of which, I’d say that Greek’s successfully avoided the number-1 cardinal sin of pizza making: Skimping on the ingredients. There was a good ratio of toppings to crust on this pizza.
I would recommend Greek’s Pizzeria to anyone in search of an alternative to the old familiar pizza places. The pizza itself, with its tasty crust and sauce, combined with the cool, retro atmosphere make for an enjoyable excursion into “old town” Fishers.
Other Greek’s Pizzaria Photos
A retro style clock hangs on the wall at Greek’s Pizzaria
Parting words hang below the “Exit” sign at Greek’s Pizzaria
Another photo taken inside Greek’s Pizzaria
Greeks Pizzaria exterior as seen front-on