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Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza

Map & Directions 600 Washington Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55401
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612-342-2625
  • Pizza
  • Mon-Thu 11pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 11pm-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Dinner
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • Street

Description

City Pages' Description

This Warehouse District pizzeria puts a big premium on its crust, which has an evenly cooked chewy/crunchy texture that's second to none. Toppings include exotic departures such as fennel sausage, and anchovies, in addition to more classic choices such as meatballs and garlic. Two people can easily leave fed and happy for under $20. High quality rarely comes at such a reasonable price.

 
Member Reviews

  • on 07/23/10
    4

    Black Sheep Pizza - Excellent Food. Casual environment. I enjoyed it. Try it out . . . you will not be disappointed. GT

  • hhunt wrote a review for Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza
    on 05/03/10
    4

    coal fired pizza! new to the warehouse district - AND they are now open for lunch.

  • on 03/16/09
    4

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!!!!!!!!! I've been here a ton and am sure I'll be frequenting it even more often in the future. want a good slice without all the thick rubbery dough?? Yeah me neither. If Im going to indulge, going to do it with fresh ingredients on a delictably thin pie.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Heavy Table on 08/12/09

    Order the meatball pizza, which sounds meat-headed, but tastes sublime. You're unlikely to find better meatballs on or off a pizza anywhere else.

  • Heavy Table on 08/02/09

    The salads at Black Sheep Pizza are as good as the pizzas... damn, they're fresh and lively.

  • Mpls.St.Paul Magazine on 11/30/10

    The meatball and ricotta pizza is an elegant tribute to those two Italian titans. Just try it.

  • Aaron L. on 03/05/09

    Order the tomato and oregano pizza, adding garlic, smoked mozzarella and fresh tomatoes. I say it is the best pizza in Minneapolis these days.

  • Mpls.St.Paul Magazine on 03/11/11

    Try the #5. This pizza, with its coal-fired crust, meaty fennel sausage and hot salami, and flourish of onions and olives.—Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, February 2011

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