Have you ever seen a wood-burning stove INSIDE a food truck? Neither had I, until I ran across Dominic’s NY Pizza.
Who says that the sequel isn’t ever as good as the original? In the case of Truck & Tap, my second (and third, and fourth, etc.) visit proved just as irresistible as the first. The thing about this establishment is that on any given day, it’s going to offer up something different than the day before. New craft beer selections and new truck equals NEW EXPERIENCE every single time.
The first thing you notice about Dominic is his endearing Brooklyn accent. After living in NYC for twenty years, he’s learned a thing or two about making a great pizza. I asked him for something “colorful,” and the Insalata is what he recommended. A wood-fired thin crust topped with lots of fresh veggies was a delightful pairing with my favorite craft beer. (Which, if you’ve been following along, is Reformation Brewery’s spicy Cadence.)
The masterpiece: sliced tomatoes, fresh greens, and a light sprinkle of parmesan atop a lightly buttered crust.
The nice fellow behind me ordered this, and I was a little jealous that I couldn’t have my pie and eat his, too. It’s a “breakfast pizza,” featuring bacon, sausage, eggs, sliced tomatoes, and fresh spinach.
Location: 8640 Main Street, Woodstock
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Jennifer Carter is a freelance photographer and writer living with her family in Woodstock, Georgia. Her work has been published by the Marietta Daily Journal, the Cherokee Tribune, Cherokee Life Magazine, Cobb Life Magazine, Woodstock Patch, and the city of Woodstock’s tourism brochure. The “I Love Downtown Woodstock” blog is what she considers a “passion project,” an experiment in homage that she calls “A Collection of Love Letters to a City.” See more of her work at jenwanders.com.