One of my New Year’s resolutions this year is to renew my love of food trucks. We have quite a diverse food truck population here in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. I track them on Indy Food Truck Alliance.
Fortunately, this is one New Year’s resolution that I’ll have no problem keeping. I started by taking Anita to Cutie Pies Pizza since it was near her work. We were greeted by super friendly folk and an aroma that had my stomach growling so loud that I thought I’d have to yell my order through the truck window.
Pizzas are available in 7 1/2″ and 16″ sizes, and some are also available as slices. I ordered the 7 1/2″ pepperoni pizza.
Anita ordered the sausage pizza. As you would expect for fresh-made pizzas, you have to wait a few minutes to get your order. It is definitely worth it.
The dough screams fresh, as does the great sauce (not bland and not overly seasoned), ample toppings, and oh, the freshly grated mozzarella cheese…. yum… yum… man… Sorry, I was having foodbacks (the foodie version of flashbacks). The crust is hot, tasty good and smells so fantastic.
We both loved our pizzas. We will definitely return to Cutie Pies again soon! Give them a try and you’ll be hooked too!
(I returned about a week later and picked up a few big slices of Italian sausage pizza, hot out of the oven! Ooey gooey yumminess!)
Cutie Pies nailed it across the board on the Life’s A Tomato ‘Mater Rater .
I love my Indianapolis food trucks. Sometimes they come and go, sometimes they turn into brick-and-mortar restaurants, sometimes their names change, and sometimes they last and last, serving up good food every time. Check out my favorites: Big Ron’s Bistro, Byrne’s Grilled Pizza, Chef Dan’s Southern Comfort, Citizen Hash, Cutie Pies, Der Pretzel Wagen, Droopy’s, KG Slider Station, Little Eataly, Mac Genie, R & R Extreme Wings, Rollin Wit Da Roux, Serendipity, The Flying Cupcake, NY Slice and Groovy Guys Fries.