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About Marv's Pizza

“You have to start with the crust,” says Randy Syracuse, the owner. “Because it’s pizza! A good crust is the foundation.” Whether someone favors thin crust, thick crust, or a crust a little crispier, it’s important to take the time to create the best crust.

No matter how tasty the rest of the ingredients are, no one wants to eat a plate full of sauce topped with melted cheese and their favorite meats and vegetables. It’s pizza! It needs a decent crust!

 

Pizza has been around for a couple of thousand years so just being a pizza means someone had to get something right sometime. The only true secrets are:

  1. Using fresh ingredients, not pre-mixed or frozen

  2. Learning how to make the yeast work for you

  3. Experiment to find just the right herbs and seasonings to add a personalized “secret” that everyone raves about

 

Pizza crust is a variety of flatbread and people have been eating flatbreads like pita, tortillas, naan, and injera since flour was invented. Pizza is different because rather than the crust serving as a standalone bread or a wrap, it is served with toppings. But, the toppings are only as good as the crust. The crust has to be just the right texture to support the toppings without getting soggy or so thin and flavorless that it resembles cardboard. How could we enjoy leftover pizza if the crust got soggy?

Get the crust perfect then move on to the sauce and cheese. It’s hard to go wrong with fresh vegetables and good quality meats, so this means learning to make a good sauce and get the best quality cheese. Not all cheese is created equal. Some things are worth the few extra dollars and cheese is one of those things.

The fresh ingredients at Marv’s Pizza in Paso Robles go beyond the pizza and into every item on the extensive menu. From appetizers to pizza, salads, sandwiches, and pasta, Syracuse makes sure everything is fresh, fresh, fresh and prepared to order.

The kind of rave reviews Marv’s gets from loyal customers can be coming any pizza chef’s way from friends and family just by going fresh and taking the time to build a good crust!

Guy Slicing Large Pizza Dough into Smaller Portions
Sideview of a Slice of Thick Crust Pizza