There’s a lot of places we go to, because we like it, love it, out of necessity, or out of habit. And then there’s you don’t even know exist or unintentionally take for granted. Many of us drive by such locales to and from work everyday.
Pasticcio, in the Can Company part of Canton, might be one of those places. Until a few years ago, I didn’t know it existed either. But they have some mighty good slices. They also have a full menu and a stocked bar, which is set up nicely to the side.
In the half dozen or so times I’ve been in, I’ve always felt a good energy and a good welcoming aura walking in. The staff has always been friendly, and that’s an understatement.
One of the charms of this place, unintentional or not, by the pizza trays, is there his no signage describing which each pizza is. So I always find myself asking one of the team members each time what certain pies area. Always fun. In turn, their online menu seems limited but in person it’s anything but. They change their specials daily, and even the big ing.board with their specials list doesn’t feel intimidating.
All I’ve had their are slices, but next time, I would love to get something else. It all looks so beautiful.
I usually do types of pies, but I was in a great mood, so let’s do another!
The pictures above don’t do this justice.
As I mentioned, the descriptions were not available, so I am going to describe each one, based on what this amazing person told me.
Going clockwise, we have Grandma’s Slice, which is squared shape and with a thicker crust. And I could taste something different about it, I just can’t put my finger on what it is. Maybe it’s left to be mysterious and under the radar. Seems to be a common theme throughout. The yummy pesto and marinara are layered over the cheese and that’s it. Simple. Awesome. Delicious.
Next down the line is, the Deluxe, with pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, and peppers. And I don’t usually eat pepperoni slices, not out of spite, just because it’s not one of my preferred toppings. But this was wonderful as well. Everything was baked into the cheese perfectly. And the thin crust is just as great as the aforementioned Grandma’s slice.
The white pizza, with ricotta, spinach, and mushrooms was next. This was good, but my least favorite of the three. I feel maybe since I tried the other two first, that my palate may have been thrown off a bit. And I’ve also had some amazing whites. You don’t often see mushrooms added to a white pie, so I loved that very much.
All in all, this was a rousing success, and I like the fact that this is readily available to us, in a wonderful part of town. This is not something to be taken for granted.
Thanks so much.