Longboard Legends Pizza The Best Pizza Restaurant In Kona Hawaii

Pizza Restaurant Longboard Legends Pizza

Pizza is a dish of Neapolitan origin and cuisine, made with an oven-baked, flat, generally round bread that is often covered with tomatoes or a tomato-based sauce and mozzarella cheese. Other toppings are added according to region, culture, or personal preference.

 

I started wondering, is my taste in pizza completely skewed especially after trying Longboard Legends Pizza restaurant in Kailua Kona, Hawaii?? My preference is probably closest to a NY-style pizza from the pizza restaurants, a crispy charred but softly pliable crust, not too much sauce, more emphasis on cheese, cheese that drips off the sides of the slice, where it makes a stretchy mess as you pull your slice away from the pie, so much that you have to ravel it up. An outer crust that is crispy but still bread-like and bubbly, that I don’t mind finishing off with them. (I hate being left with hard crackers at the end).

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It’s the kind of pizza that I would get late night at college, or at the cool teenage hang out after school, usually a pizza restaurant that doesn’t have much decor, but the charm of fluorescent lights, a TV with the game on, and Italian guys loudly busting on each other behind the counter. I’ve usually been able to get this type of pizza at any nearby pizza restaurant.

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A lot of the pizza restaurant recommendations I’ve gotten were places with super thin crusts, a restrained scattering of cheese, and skinny slices. Is this what’s considered “good”? I saw a lot of reviews that complained about overly oily, overly cheesy pizza, which to me, is part of the nostalgia of eating pizza. So out of curiosity, what is it that makes a good pizza to you? A clean simple sauce or super garlicky sauce? More sauce than cheese, or more cheese than sauce? Cracker-thin crusts or crusts with some air bubbles? Floppy fold-able slices or perky and straight? Share “What makes a good pizza, to YOU? Just leave a comment, or tweet @LLPizza, or leave a post on our FB Fan Page. longboardlegendspizza.com 1-808-329-2211

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About Liebelt Ohana

Vern Liebelt started working in the restaurant at age 14, learning from the ground up. After graduating from high school he attended two culinary schools. His first job was Executive Chef at the Embarcadero Resort in Newport, Oregon. He then moved to Bend, Oregon and ran a French restaurant for 3 years before opening his first restaurant, Coho Grill and Catering Service. The restaurant focused on Italian and Pacific Northwest Seafood. The restaurant catered weddings, open houses for Jack Nicholas Golf Courses, movies and government workshops. Vern's second restaurant, Robby J’s Bistro, focused on local, sustainable Oregon meats and produce, located on the cliffs over looking the Deschutes River. Vern then came to Kona, Hawaii three and a half years ago, along with his family, to serve with University of the Nations, as missionaries. Vern has been the Chef and his wife and daughter have been on staff with the healthcare department. The sons have been working in the local community. Loving God, family, people, life and food is what his family does best It is their way of spreading hospitality to the world.