I've had several different types of pizza at the restaurant: white pizzas, traditional cheese, pepperoni, on wheat, on white, on sunflower wheat, and several of the gourmet selections. They have all been excellent. Everything tastes absolutely fresh. Sometimes when I eat pizza I notice an almost stale taste to the dough. That's never the case at Shenandoah Pizza, as a matter of fact their dough is far and away superior to any other I have tried. Another nice touch is the bottle of olive oil on the table- it goes especially well with the white pizzas. Of the gourmet selections I've had the Sherwood Avenue (meatballs, ricotta, red onions, mozzarella); The Valley (spinach, red onion, mozzarella, tomato); The Augusta Margherita (extra virgin olive oil, fresh garlic, basil, fresh mozzarella); and the Chicken Florentine (spinach, garlic, chicken, ), The Swoope ( . In all, the restaurant features 25 gourmet pies and a few special ones from time to time. They also serve the absolute best cheese bread sticks I've ever had. They take a little extra time, but they are well worth it and come with a fabulous marinara. If you are in the mood for buffalo wings, you've come to the right place. Shenandoah Pizza serves some of the best tasting, juiciest, meatiest buffalo wings you are apt to find.
|Photo taken by Sara Zeglin.|
Johnnie can take pride in the fact that his restaurant is ranked number one in Staunton on Trip Advisor. That's nothing to scoff at considering the stiff competition in this cultural and culinary gem of a town. If you are in the mood for some gourmet pizza, a tremendous selection of beer, or some live, local music or artwork while visiting the Shenandoah Valley, make sure to stop in and visit Johnnie at Shenandoah Pizza.