I want you all to know that I finished my meal at High Point Pizza well over an hour ago, but my hands still smell like butter. The crusts are buttered, which means at a), they’re extra delicious, and b) they’ll make you want to chew on your fingers long after the meal is over.
Though you can order whole pizzas at High Point Pizza, I opted for two slices – one cheese, one sausage. The New York-style slices were huge and had thin, crispy crusts. They had clearly just come out of the oven when they arrived at my table, so I had to grab a knife and fork to make eating them more manageable (at least until they cooled down a bit).
A good pizza can be hard to find, though. High Point Pizza is located in a small shopping center deep within an East Memphis neighborhood. It’s family-owned and family-friendly – there’s a Ms. Pacman table console and there’s bound to be something on the menu of pizza, sandwiches and salads to please everybody.
High Point Pizza is open for dine-in and carry out orders Tuesday – Sunday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
477 High Point Terrace
Memphis, TN 38122-4612