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Tomato Pie in Preston Forest Shopping Center

There must be close to 30 restaurants now in the Preston Forest Shopping Center. A Disher with a cell phone and an urge to try a St. Louis-style pizza from Tomato Pie in the former Wolfe Camera store in southwest quadrant sends a pic and a quick review.

I’ve had matzo with more flavor than their crust. But the toppings were generous. Their house dressing is a kind of honey-mustard-ish (hubby says no) sweet/sour type. Mediocre at best.

  • Katie M.

    Right next to Dough… Outlook not so good

  • steve w.

    tastes like shit…

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  • Christina

    I tried tried the deluxe pizza and wings and thought it was great – the sauce is good and the service was great – food was delivered in 26 minutes

  • Jerry

    incredibly friendly staff! i was skeptical about st. louis style pizza but the pizza was loaded with toppings and the toasted ravioli was delicious. it definitely kept a big guy like myself full and satisfied