Joining the ranks of restaurateur Ken Bridge’s other successful Heights-area businesses, Pink’s Pizza serves up inventive hand-tossed pizza, pastas and sandwiches to a faithful following of inner-loop residents.
The laid-back spot—named after Bridge’s grandmother—opened in August 2007 in a strip center space, next door to Sunny’s convenience store. Décor at Pink’s is minimal—there are a few tables inside and outside for customers that aren’t ordering to-go. (The majority of guests do take away or opt for delivery.)
Still, one this is clear. What Pink’s doesn’t offer in décor, it more than makes up for in delicious, thin-crust pizza. Each of the made-from-scratch creations make use of fresh, premium ingredients like the signature Bada Bing, which comes loaded with prosciutto, bacon, pepperoni, provolone, mozzarella, spinach and mushrooms, along with Pink’s slightly-sweet signature tomato sauce.
There’s an assortment of specialty sandwiches, pastas, salads and desserts to choose from, too. Save room for the decadent and oh-so-sinful Crack Brownie which features a middle peanut butter layer surrounded by rich chocolate.