Fire Street Pizza, Belton, TX

I take reader suggestions seriously and will put them on my list of places to visit (if you have a suggestion, definitely let me know). I’d like to thank Karen for bringing Fire Street Pizza in Belton to my attention. It’s a place kind of in the middle of nowhere that would have probably never registered with me. With that being said, I’m glad I visited as it was awesome!

Victoria and I decided to take a little road trip to Belton and visit this place. As I said, this place was in the middle of nowhere. It is technically in Belton, but really outside the city limits. Even Fire Street acknowledged this with a big sign in their entrance.

Upon pulling up and getting out of the car, you could tell this place was different than most pizza joints. They had a large gravel parking lot with spray painted lines. This definitely added to the quirkiness of the place. On top of that, there was a large outdoor area. It appears this place would be the ultimate hangout. There is an outdoor bar, a stage for live music, plenty of yard games, and just a lot of area to hang out in.

When you go inside, it has a quirky feel to it. In many ways, it has the quirky Austin vibe without actually being in Austin.

When you first walk up to the counter, you can see the glow from the wood fired oven.

Their sign is also cool. The employee at the counter told me the lights were hand carved for the owners.

They have a good menu and you can tell the employees are really cranking out the pizzas.

The tables are like picnic benches. Victoria and I got our number and then grabbed our drinks to wait at the table.

Our appetizer was the asiago garlic bread. It was delicious!

We then got a Margaritaville pizza.

For condiments they actually had the high grade parmesan cheese and red peppers!

The food was so good, we definitely needed to get a to go box!

For wifi, I did notice there was wifi there, but couldn’t find the password.

Fire Street Pizza was absolutely amazing! The pizza was excellent and the whole place had a quirky vibe to it. The outside had a lot of cool yard games and places to hang out. I can definitely see this being a cool place to chill out for a few hours.

Another thing on top of the quality of food, is the quality of service. When we first walked in, there was a sign telling us how long it might take to get our food.

Fire Street Pizza has mastered the art of underpromise and overdeliver. The 25 minute wait they had said was less than half of that. The food came out very quickly! You could tell they weren’t rushing it and it was cooked to perfection. Overall, I’m very impressed with this place. I have a feeling I’ll be taking a road trip to the middle of nowhere again to enjoy some more pizza!

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