Hey, y'all! While I love a deep dish pizza from Chicago, there's no need to travel to the Windy City for some serious 'za. You can get it right here in the Commonwealth of Kentucky! I am tickled pink to introduce you to Stellian's of Central City, KY. Since I first tried their pizza, I can only think about my return to enjoy a slice or two.
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Stellian's of Central City, KY
Stellian's is located in downtown Central City, which is a part of Muhlenberg County, the home to many of Kentucky's most-famed musicians. They serve appetizers, wings, sandwiches, pasta, salads, and pizza.
If you order one thing at Stellian's, please make sure that it's the Stellian's Special Pizza. The Stellian's Special weighs eight pounds and not an ounce less. Yes, you read that correctly. This brick oven, Chicago-style pizza is next level delicious. It features a buttery, delicious crust with a legendary amount of toppings, cheese, and sauce. Please note that the pizza takes longer to bake than a traditional pizza due to size, so keep that in mind.
What We Ordered
Mozzi Bread: hand-pressed pizza crust brushed with garlic sauce and smothered in mozzarella cheese
The Works: an eight pound pizza that features pepperoni, Italian sausage, beef, onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, black olives, banana peppers, mozzarella cheese
Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake
Varieties of the Eight Pound Pizza
- Hawaiian Delight
- Meat Lovers
- Taco Pizza
- White Pizza
- The Works
- BBQ Chicken
- Buffalo Chicken
116 E Broad St, Central City, KY 42330
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