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Pizza Port Carlsbad

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Pizza Port CarlsbadPizza Port Carlsbad

196 Ratings
Ratings: 196
Reviews: 136
rAvg: 4.36
pDev: 6.88%
Active Beers: 334
Beer Ratings: 5,153
Beer Avg: 3.86
Taps: 0
Bottles: 0
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

571 Carlsbad Village Dr.
Carlsbad, California, 92008
United States
phone: (760) 720-7007

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Photo of Dogbrick
4.3/5  rDev -1.4%

Pizza Port Carlsbad is located right off the I-5 in Carlsbad. Street parking seems to be the best option, since there is only a small private lot behind the building.

The interior has lots of wood, and hanging surfboards and tap handles are the main motif. Picnic benches dominate most of the space, with the bar located along the left side. Interesting sticker collection behind the bar (mostly bands) along with a tap list and some merchandise.

The beer list is pretty impressive. There are around 8 Pizza Port beers and 12 guest taps from the likes of Russian River, Green Flash and others. There is a sampler available of just about everything.

Service was good on a busy weekday evening (I imagine they all are). The bartender was helpful with descriptions and samples.

We did not try any food on this visit.

Overall I have been nothing but impressed with the 2 Pizza Port locations and would highly recommend one or all of them as places to stop on a trip to San Diego.

Dogbrick, Jul 09, 2008
Photo of PeprSprYoFace
4.28/5  rDev -1.8%

I went here on a Friday night after heading to Lost Abbey to do some beer tasting. It was very crowded and took a long time to find a seat. Family style picknick/find your own seating so it was kind of a battle. Lots of familys there as well. Not what I was expecting but still fun. Beer is great (given) and pizza was awesome. I will be returning but hopefully there will be a little less familys and it will be less crowded. Its a plus having the bottle shop next door and the guy working there is awesome and kept it open later just for us. A fun place to hang out...

PeprSprYoFace, May 26, 2008
Photo of kleffman
4.2/5  rDev -3.7%

Pizza Port Carlsbad is like a bigger badder version of the Solana location, although both rule. Not only do they have an extensive tap lineup including guest beers and their crazy ones from brewer Jeff Bagby, the pizza is out of control. This location also does not have the seating problem of the other one. There is a small outdoor area and overall more room to move around here. Next door of course is the amazing bottle store where you can find many hard to get beers and even drink one while you shop. This is a must visit for the beer/pizza lover visiting San Diego.

kleffman, Jan 11, 2008
Photo of mcallister
4.4/5  rDev +0.9%

Went here while on my trip to San Diego for the BA Alesmith release. A very cool place with an amazing selection of beers, not only from Port brewing but guest taps as well.

Menu has a tremendous variety of pizzas all written on a large chalkboard for you to decipher. And I must admit the pizzas were damn good.

The bartender was very informative and seemed to know the beers although I didn't really question her on anything. Sat and watched the Oregon vs Cal game and drank many of the beers and couldn't have had a better time. An overall great place to have a beer at a quaint modern ruddy beer bar with much seating for busy nights.

mcallister, Nov 04, 2007
Photo of sfoley333
4.38/5  rDev +0.5%

I have been coming to Pizza Port Carlsbad since it opened having always lived only blocks away. In those many years got to try many many exceptional beers. The atmosphere is lively most night but especially on fridays and saturdays when the place is packed and noise level is pretty high. ( this is why the use an intercom to let people know when their pizza is ready.) I prefer the bar or outside patio vs the long benches used inside because usually there is a lot of teenagers and kids inside having pizza with the folks. But if you want a mellow atmosphere just come in during the week day and most times the place is almost empty. The beer is the main reason to come with usually ten or so guest beer and about nine of their own beers. The guest beers usually are from brewers like Russian river, Alesmith, Stone, Ballast Point, Sierra Nevada, etc. But the main reason to come is that each pizza port location has their own brew house system and make some of the best beer in the world which usually will never be bottled. Tried everything from Cuvee tomme to pizza port own ice beer. The pizza is pretty good but not the best, but my suggestion are the beer buddies with cheese added and a caesar salad. The newest thing is their bottle shop next door which during the week opens at 5 pm(closed monday), which has terrific selection of beers. If you like beer and come to Carlsbad you have to stop in for a pint. Cheers.

sfoley333, Sep 19, 2007
Photo of Floydster
4.7/5  rDev +7.8%

Stopped here on the way down to Pacific Beach

Really regreat not trying Russian River IPA while I was here, just knew it would have been too good and I would have too many, making me unable to drive to my buddy's house

Had two tasters while here, Sticky Stout and Devotion, both that I had later that same night at Tap Room once I had other transportation offered

Same prices as San Clemente, just with twice the beer, three times as many guest beers

Awesome place, need to go Solana Beach's location next because it is supposedly better than the other two locations, but this one would be hard to beat

Pepperoni and sausage pizza was very good, they also had great pretzels

Got a growler of Nightrider Imperial Stout to bring home and it was fantastic

Floydster, Sep 08, 2007
Photo of Stoneman78
4.3/5  rDev -1.4%

I thought this location would be similar to its sister location in Solana, and boy was I wrong. Whereas Solana is a tightly-packed surfer scene, Carlsbad is a HUGE warehouse-style setting with a very diverse North County crowd. The sheer size of this place could be good or bad, depending, but at least I could grab a seat at the bar right away (you often have to wait a while and circle like a vulture to get a seat in Solana). The quality of beer is great with a wide selection of PP ales as well as many other West Coast offerings. The food (read: pizza) is quick and delicious. There is a nice internet jukebox and sound system (which I assumed control of for like one hour, hahaha). The bonus of this setting is there is (supposedly) 'The Bottle Shop' next door which has some great beers. Unfortunately, I was too tired to remember this (this was the last stop on my tour) and I missed the store completely. Oh well, something to check out next time. If you want some great beer and pizza (without having to battle the crowds), PP Carlsbad is an excellent choice in North County.

Stoneman78, Aug 12, 2007
Photo of sideshowrob
4.15/5  rDev -4.8%

This was my first-ever visit to a Pizza Port, I had heard about the group tables, counter-service and was expecting to be slightly confused about how to order pizza and beer. Not to worry, I was met at the bar by a friendly bartender, "Princess" according to the receipt, who got me all of my beer and food - very conventional service.

Being from the East Coast I'm not really sure I fully recognize or can properly appreciate "beach culture" or all of it's trappings. Sure, the place had numerous surf boards suspended from the ceiling, otherwise I didn't see anything that screamed "Beach" to me. Not to worry, I was there for the beer, not the atmosphere.

The beers alone would have been worth the trip. Back east few brewpubs would dare to offer beers from the competition, at PP the 40 or so taps were rife with excellent, non-pizza port beer; highlights to me included Russian Rivers Pliney the Elder, some Green Flash and AleSmith brews that I don't normally see. The Pizza port beers were great as well, with the wipeout IPA being my favorite.

Food was good, perfect brewpub grub.

I'm hoping to visit the other Pizza Ports while out here this week.

sideshowrob, Aug 10, 2007
Photo of MikeFromMarsPA
2.8/5  rDev -35.8%

I really wanted to like this place a whole lot, but left very under-impressed. The beer was great, no complaints at all there. We bought a growler and everything. The brew team isn't the problem.

My first thought was that the atmosphere was really cool, definitely the laid-back SoCal beachfront surfer vibe. After sitting down at the bar, we figured out that we wouldn't be seeing a bartender in front of us to take our order. We had to go stand in line at the service station in the bar to get our beers, and then take them down the bar to our seats. Every round. So we got the sampler and left it at that. Likewise, we had to go to another counter to order our pizza, and wait for them to announce "Mike, your pizza is ready" over the loudspeaker. By the end of our stay there, I felt like the place was a cross between Pacific Sunwear and Chuck E Cheese.

So, we go up to the pizza counter and order one of their pizzas, asking them to make it with no onions. The cashier (I can't call them servers) specificed no onions on the reciept. When the pizza came out... onions. We would have preferred a discount on the pie, or maybe a free round of beer. Their proposed solution was to offer to make us another pizza, which would have taken the same 25 minutes that the first one took. We told them to forget it, and picked the onions off. That was our last interaction with the cashier/servers. No apologies or attempts to check in with us later on.

99 times out of 100 I will prefer a funky, laid-back working-class brewpub to one of those slick, stylish yuppie corporate chains, but this place left me looking for a Gordon Biersch. Laid-back doesn't mean unattentive service. They have a lot of work to do in the customer service department.

MikeFromMarsPA, Jul 23, 2007
Photo of dbalsock
4.15/5  rDev -4.8%

I head over here every couple of months to get the best pizza in the county and try a variety of beers. It's always a fun time. The atmosphere is pretty great. It's a large room with long tables and a very high ceiling. Some televisions, but they aren't overbearing and there are booths if you want some more isolated conversation. The quality of everything I've had at the carlsbad pizza port has been good to excellent. The beer has never disappointed and they always have something on tap that I find amazing. The service is prompt and the bartenders have always been helpful and friendly, providing information on beer they know and small samples when they don't know about one. The selection of beer has such a wide variety and is always different each time I visit (I won't bore you with a list), and they tend to balance out their guest beers and home beers with as many different styles as possible. The food is excellent for san diego county, and is one of a few places that makes great pizza (especially with a whole grain crust).

dbalsock, Jun 17, 2007
Photo of BlindPig
4.6/5  rDev +5.5%

I loved this place. Seemed like a great college bar. There are 2 separate hut looking places (one to order beer from and the other food). There are long picnic benches all down the seating area and a few booths by themselves along the wall. Great selection of beers on tap and their pizzas are great! They have a lot of their beers on tap along with a good selection of other companies (including RR Blind Pig, Sierra Nevada Harvest Ale, RR IPA, one or two Alpines, and a handful of others). Just a great bar to hang out in if you are looking to have a fun time. It is more of a self serving place but the bussers are very efficient and clean up the seats and your empty glasses pretty fast. Wish there was a bar like this near me!

BlindPig, Jun 07, 2007
Photo of joecast
4.1/5  rDev -6%

visited during the real ale fest, friday night.

great place to hang out and enjoy a pizza and some beer. granted, lots of people coming in from the fest which livened the place up, but seemed to be lots of families with kids just there for the food (& beer).

only the service takes a hit for having to order and pick up your food from the counter. the food does come out quick, so its easy enough to get your beer and relax at a table (rows of picnic tables) while you wait.

food and beer are great, lots of each to choose from and what i've had is pretty damn good. would like to get back on a regular weeknight and see how things are, doubt i would be disappointed though. this place rocks!

joecast, Jun 03, 2007
Photo of ReDave
4.65/5  rDev +6.7%

Nice! Been here several times. Only just before the Real Ale Festival's held here [sort of next door in the open area outdoors].
Pretty darn good pizza. Awesome beer selection, i mean what other pizza place [that I've been to at least] has so many IPA's and Even Double IPA's as well!! As i was eating my pesto chicken sun dried tomato pizza, they must have changed the brew list two or three times! {just added HOP 15 man i missed that!}

Service is friendly, but it's always pretty hopping [pun intended] and so not much individual attention, in fact, you kinda had to really "grab" their attention. But once gotten, they take care of you and deliver!

Wish i came to Southern California more often!

A must see!

ReDave, Jun 03, 2007
Photo of sleazo
4.35/5  rDev -0.2%

This is a nicer location than its Solana Beach sister. Inside people sit at communal benches which invites conversation with strangers, not a common thing in SoCal. You order from the bar on the left as yoyu walk in. Besides the phenomenal house beers which are brewed next store, they always have a great selection of beers, from local favourites like Alesmith and Stone to other great craft breweries like Russian river and Avery. You order food from the back. The pizza is nothing special but it isnt bad. You come here for the beer. There is also an outside seating area between the brewery and the restaurant. A must go to if you are in the area.

sleazo, Mar 19, 2007
Photo of koolchas
4.53/5  rDev +3.9%

wipe out ipa is one of my favorites so, with this long presidents weekend, decided to go to an actual pizza port location. was going to go to san clemente since it was shorter but after reading about the small selection and also confirming by phone call they did not have wipe out ipa available, had to go bit further south to carlsbad and i am glad i did.

the place is very 'laid back.' nothing fancy about it. even a bit dingy in terms of interior and looks. but, hey this place has some great brews, with a good selection, as well as very good pizza.

i started; of course, with a wipe out ipa and enjoyed it. i next moved on to the poorman's ipa which was 9% abv. since i got there on an empty stomach (had not ate all day) the poorman's ipa got me feeling pretty good. the g/f and i finished off a pizza (half 'san francisco' and half 'solana').

i wanted a third brew before leaving but, with a lower abv although i enjoyed the poorman's as much as the wipe out. so, i noticed the carlsbad chronic was the top seller. so, i order one and the bartender (i did not get her name but, she was awesome was a killer accent), gave me a look of disappointment. i was like, what's wrong? she goes, why are you going downhill after two very good beers ... i said well this is the most popular ... she goes well the most popular does not mean it's the best tasting ... LOL ... but, she poured it and i really did not like it - basically tasted like a small step up from a macro, very watery. so, she handed me a pint of abby ale and said hey, drink this it's not that high in abv and is much better. she actually swapped out the pint for me on her own will. i was impressed. of course, the abby ale was a very good way to end it.

prices are reasonable and their pints are $4-5. a great selection. at least a dozen taps pouring plus an addtional ten or so of non-pizza port brews.

will definetly go back again when in the area. and guys, if your girl is not into beer as much you, you have the perfect excuse to go here if in the area. the carlsbad outlets is two or exits down the 5 so, she'll enjoy the shopping. if you have kids, legoland is there too ... if a ba, don't eat at the park, just head over to pizza port as this place is very kid friendly too!


koolchas, Feb 19, 2007
Photo of Sammy
4.3/5  rDev -1.4%

This is the top ranked of the chain, even according to staff, in terms of beer. It is twice the size of Solana and also in a swanky area. It is a family oriented place, very well-managed, everybody knows their job and smiles. I would think they are paid above average. There were a lot more taps than in Solena including guest taps, I believe I was told 39. Both Pliny the Elder and the Younger, whereas only (!) the Elder at Solena. To get here took some planning as you had to figure the Coaster schedule and I had to make a cabbie deal, if you can find one, to get back the 15 minutes to Solena. People were not as knowledgable about beer, either the patrons who were friendly enough and from everywhere, or the staff, and the bar being so much bigger was less conducive to chatter.

Sammy, Feb 09, 2007
Photo of IntriqKen
3.7/5  rDev -15.1%

A very comfortable type brew-pub / pizza joint. Small and rustically adorned but with great pizzas and a fantastic collection of award winning brews. Some of Pizza Port's brews (as well as their Lost Abbey belgiums) are beginning to make it into the retail markets in bottles but for the most part, if you want any of the more complex brews, you have to get them here.
The weekend I visited was during their annual Strong Ale Festival which was held in the outdoor "Garden" area. They were able to keep the festial seperate from the rest of the operation and everything ran amazingly smooth.

IntriqKen, Dec 06, 2006
Photo of amatuerbeerguy
3.64/5  rDev -16.5%

For a middle of the day visit. Atmospere was good, there even was a childs birthday party there that day. Nicely decorated interior, something for everyone. Quality was good also, they brew the beers there. Service was good, you still had to go to counter to order then wait. But the bartender chats you up a little. Selection was good they had more beers there then at the Solana Beach one. Food again did not try at this one. The whole experience, was a good one this is another to visit in the area.

amatuerbeerguy, Nov 25, 2006
Photo of Goldorak
4.44/5  rDev +1.8%

Finally beating off the traffic of LA and Orange County, we were ready for a quick Beer before heading off to Escondido and a visit at Stone (little did we know it was closed that day). Easy off, easy on the highway, no problems finding the place and plenty of parking in the back.

Beach shack like atmosphere, surfboards everywhere, press wood walls, the kind you used to find on those station wagons back in the day, and a whole lot of stickers. The place looked pretty beat up, but friendly. Strange looking setup for a brewpub of this quality and reputation, but it had a certain charm and was undoubtedly a nice change of pace from the generic style establishments we encountered along the way.

We sat on the stools in the bar section to the left, with the menu on top of us made out of little cardboard cutouts for each Beer. There were about 20 available, ranging from simple pale ale and Mexican light lager to big ass double IPAs, a Belgian ale, a barleywine and an imperial stout. I was really impressed by the range of Beers presented, there was no way in hell you could walk in here and not find something to your liking, if not 5 or 6 like it was my case. They also had a few guest taps, cider and wines, too. Didn’t take long for me to declare myself ineligible for driving duties! Everything I had was fantastic and fresh.

It was around noonish, and more people were there for food rather than drink, the crowd was a mix of both young kids having a slice and a soda to older guys on their lunch break. Our bartendress who was welcoming, helpful and on the ball about what they had to offer served us promptly. We were able to order our soft dough pretzels from there, instead of getting up and going to the other section in the back. We didn’t get pizza since we had plans to eat at the one in Solana Beach, but if it was any indication we were in for a treat, because those things were good, the dipping sauces were superfluous, as they tasted great on their own.

My only complaint was that we left too soon. Even though I spent more time at their other location further south and Beer quality was quite similar, overall I preferred this locality. It was more spacious, it was quieter and the variety offered was superior. Probably in my top-3 favorite US brewpubs that I have had the chance to visit.

Goldorak, Oct 06, 2006
Photo of bigbelcher
4.38/5  rDev +0.5%

Pizza Port is a great place to find some really great microbrews, not only do they have a nice selection of their own beers but some top notch guest beers. The Carlsbad location caters to two types of people, those going for great beer and also families. Lots of games, etc for the kids. Seating is on long picnic table benches that work well to accomadate the large crowds they have. Bartenders are pretty knowledgeable, not just about their beers but also the guest beers. Service can be spotty when it is crowded. An extra bartender would have helped out. Food is good and is prepared out in the open. Forget the places that think you need a wood fired brick oven to make good pizza, their conveyor belt works just fine.

A great place to go to.

bigbelcher, Sep 18, 2006
Photo of blitheringidiot
4.53/5  rDev +3.9%

***My first review that goes like this: O.M.F.G.!!!***
I walked in and fainted. Thank gawd that an ESB revived me. The selection goes like this: (ah-hem!) 20!!! brew pub beers and 10!!! KILLER Beers on tap:

Beach Street ESB on tap and cask!
Revelation Belgian Strong
Little Guy XPA (nitro)
CA Honey
Amigo Lager (Corona Clone)
Amiga Vienna Lager
Shark Bite Red
Old Viscocity Russian Imperial Stout 9.5%
BrickHouse Barley Wine
Wipeout IPA
Sticky Stout Double American 8%
American Brown
Warm Water Wheat
Palapa Pale Ale
Carslbad Chronic Amber *best seller
Poor Man's IPA 8.6%
Great Scot 8%

Guest Taps:
Alaskan Summer
Hoptown Old Teltsin
Drake's Biere Special
Left Coast Double IPA
Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye
Russian River Damnation
Alesmith Yulesmith !!!
Stone Pale Ale

*catch a breath*

Pizza was killer, big and cheap!!! Try the "beer buddies" which re only $3.25 which is a mini soft chewy pizza crust dough baked with a variety of different spices and served with two sauces. It's killer.

Pitchers of homebrew flowed. I plotzed. I wanted to kiss the floor or the surfboards hanging from the ceiling. Also, video games abound. This place has a stranglehold on the locale. Everybody has a great time and the staff is laffin' the whole time. My 'tender was busy as heck, but always stopped by to see how I was doin'.

Could you take your Mother here? Yes, but the sreaming kiddies and nasty bathrooms require patience. I like the suggestion box idea. Bottles are for sale, too. Two Belgians and Old Viscocity.

To my work: Fly me back...I'll Pay this time.

Thanks ECB! See ya in December.

blitheringidiot, Sep 07, 2006
Photo of PhiloPsych
4.1/5  rDev -6%

I visited the Carlsbad Pizza Port on a Sunday at lunch time. The place was pretty full and there were people of all ages--it seemed to be very much a family place (at least at this time of the day). The pizza my party and I had was great and the pizzas that I saw others having all looked really good, too. They had at least 15 of their own beers available and maybe 10 beers from other brewers (including Stone, Russian River, and AleSmith). I had 12 samplers (4 for $3.75). I have to say that the two stouts they had on tap, Old Viscosity (9.5%) and Sticky Stout (8%) were both excellent. Although both were strong in alcohol content, there wasn't a strong alcohol taste. Their Brickhouse Barleywine and [Name?] Wheat Beer were both exceptional as well. A number of the other beers were quite good, too. My only complaint is that the samplers were really pretty small--smaller than any other Brewpub's that I have been too. Still, I can definitely recommend Pizza Port as a place to get good beer and good pizza.

PhiloPsych, Aug 28, 2006
Photo of spazaru
4.08/5  rDev -6.4%

Let me say that this place suffers from its own popularity more than anything. Their beers are better than ever lately, but with the hotter than average SD summer and the Port having NO A/C, it's simply miserable in here when it's crowded, which is almost always.

Add that to the fact that they apparently don't have enough staff to keep it clean and it just means that Pizza Port, while obviously a very successful business, could be so much more than it is.

I live within walking distance, but I still find myself avoiding it most of the time, as it's just not the most comfortable place to enjoy a beer. Too bad, as they're probably brewing the most advenurous and tasty beers in San Diego County.

spazaru, Aug 11, 2006
Photo of Billolick
4.38/5  rDev +0.5%

Another 10 minutes up the coast from Solona Beach, this PP is large, airy, casual and in general another great SD area stop for fine local brews and tasty pizza and salad. This Pizza Port also has a nice outdoor eating area, shady, and roomy with more picnic tables. The brew selections were outstanding, with Port brewing rotating house beer and guest brews from Alesmith, Stone and a host of the other SD local breweries. The beach is only a few blocks away, so a visit to this spot fits in great with a day (and a nap) @ the beach. Highly recommended for a meal, a pint, a session or whatever, just make sure to go and enjoy...

Billolick, Aug 08, 2006
Photo of instrumentality
4.15/5  rDev -4.8%

My friends and I came down for the 9th annual Real Ale Festival. The fest was so-so (a learning experience; I will probably be back next year), but in retrospect, we probably would have had a much better time if we had spent more time in the restaurant and less time at the fest.

The atmosphere was a bit chaotic, with mobs of people all over the place and a lot of twisting and turning and squeezing through and "excuse me's" to get to the water cooler and the bathroom and the like, but I imagine the fest played a role in that. Beyond that, it seemed pretty laid back and conducive to sitting around eating, drinking, and talking for hours on end.

I love beer, and I love pizza. Both respective menus were breathtaking.

The bar area menu was covered with options, about 1/3 to 1/2 of which were the Pizza Port's own creations, and the rest of which were offerings from other breweries. Many, if not most, were available in tasters, by the pint, or by the pitcher, as well as larger take-home options up to and including kegs. Some of the selections that stood out in my mind were Russian River's "Pliny the Elder," Stone Ruination IPA, Rogue's Hazelnut Brown Nectar, and, for our girlfriends (ok, and maybe I'd have a sip or two), Lindeman's Framboise. I was too full of tasters from the Fest to buy any beer here on top of the pizza we ordered, but I did indulge in a taster of the Pliny.

The pizza menu was glorious as well. Toppings include the following:

Canadian Bacon, Pepperoni, Sausage, Salami, Chicken, Meatballs, Bacon, Fresh Basil, Shrimp, Clams, Anchovies, Feta Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Fresh or Sundried Tomatoes, Jalapeños, Spinach, Pineapple, Mushrooms, Pesto Sauce, Artichoke Hearts, Fresh Garlic, Bell Peppers, Onions, Olives, BBQ Sauce.

Basically, just about anything you can imagine putting on a pizza.

My buddy and I ended up getting the Carlsbad pizza, and our girlfriends got a pepperoni with extra cheese. We were all happy. It was pretty damn filling, but I managed to eat my half. The toppings were tasty and the crust was slightly sweet, which complimented the bitterness of the pesto, feta, sun dried tomatoes, and artichoke hearts (plus chicken).

I don't have a whole lot to say about service, as we basically just stood in line, ordered, sat down, and picked up our order when they called our names. Someone did come to clear our table, so they got an above average rating for that.

It's a bit of a trek, but I am seriously interested in heading back down, grabbing a taster of several of the beer offerings, and then getting some pints and/or pitchers of our favorites and getting down to business. Of course we'll need the pizza to wash it down.

We might even have to indulge in one of their porter or stout ice cream floats made with their own homemade vanilla ice cream.

instrumentality, Jun 13, 2006
Pizza Port Carlsbad in Carlsbad, CA
96 out of 100 based on 196 ratings.