I went to High Point Pizza once a couple weeks ago, and I went back for more the exact same week. Part of it was due to the fact that I live close by, and it was really convenient at the time. The other part of it is due to their solid pizza.
High Point Pizza is counter service, where you take a number and go sit down. They have a few tables inside and just as many outside. The patio is set up on the sidewalk of the High Point strip, which is perfect for a beautiful day.
This first visit, I ordered a cajun chicken pizza. The pizza was great, but the best part was the garlicy, buttery crust. It’s perfect. My main qualm with pizzas is the quantity of grease resonating off of the pie. High Point has just enough grease for flavor, but not enough to complain about. I did not have to take a napkin to the top of every slice, so I was happy.
The second time I came in, I got the supreme. I am not much for meaty pizzas (chicken or veggie please), but this one was pretty good. I probably won’t order it again, since its not something I prefer, but it was not terrible.
The beer selection is very minimal, but they have a few domestics and a few from overseas. Nothing special. This place is mainly an in-and-out kinda place, where you do not sit back and enjoy a whole meal for a long period of time.
Overall, High Point Pizza is worth taking a trip out to. Bring the kids too, as its a kid friendly spot. Also, just like Cheffie’s, it is just right off the Greenline. Ride your bike to and from, so you can burn off some of that pepperoni!