Green Belly//210 N. 114 ST or 114th & Burke//402.334.1300
King RJ and I offer sincere apologies for your lack of offerings as of late. We hope that our lackadaisical ways haven’t kept our royal subjects home eating frozen pizzas, rather than dining in the fine establishments reviewed on our web roost. I may be a bit out of practice, but it is the hope that King RJ and I still have a knack for finding delicious pizzas!
“Green Belly”, you say King JT? What the hell kind of a name is that for a pizza place. Green Belly is not primarily a pizza place; it is a fast-casual eatery that happens to have pizzas…tasty pizzas! The restaurant might be described as a place that aims towards the more health conscious eater. Their ingredients are high quality, and Green Belly intends to help us eat better when eating out.
Here are the general offering groups: build your own salad, whole wheat wraps, paninis, and last but not least…grilled pizzas. We were our usual gluttonous selves and ordered two pizzas. There are only two sizes, ten inch, and 12 inch. The menu only lists signature type pizzas and there aren’t any “build your own” prices. Our first pie was the “Italian Stallion”. It had homemade marinara, sweet Italian sausage, hard salami, herbs, with Romano and Mozzarella cheeses. The second pie was the Greek. It had Gyro meat, tomatoes, onion, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, Greek dressing and Tzatziki sauce.
We won’t go into the details or discernment this time since it’s been a spell since we were there. However, our memories of these tasty pies are still fresh! King RJ and I bestow 4.25 crowns on The Greek. I believe that the “Italian Stallion” deserves a 4.5 crown rating, even though it was a bit lacking on sauce!
So, what are you waiting for? Head on down to Green Belly Pizzeria uh, erh, I meant Green Belly. Green Belly offers their own reward card for repeat customers.
P.S. King RJ won’t like it, but I’ve rated each pizza separately.