When the food’s bigger than your head you know it’s a win! At least that’s my philosophy. And both are most definitely the case at Lazy Moon Pizza.
If you’ve never been to Lazy Moon Pizza (or a restaurant of similar theming, of which there are probably many) then you’re truly missing out. After all – the Lazy Moon experience pretty much invites its patrons to fight against the “don’t play with your food” command. But before we get to that let’s first take a look inside. ⤵️
Lazy Moon sits as a comfortable neighbor to Lineage Coffee, which faces Colonial Drive just near where it and Mills Avenue meet. So if you’re going to visit for the first time and you see this you know you’ve found your location.
Once you’ve walked through the single-door main entrance, you’ll find a very, very large menu containing all of the options for building your own pizza (slice or pie) along with beverage choices. And past that very, very large menu is a large single dining area and an open kitchen beyond that. And on certain days at certain times there’s bocci ball available.
Now on to the food. When it comes to pizza I can admit I’m willing to try most things. Except for pineapple. Pineapple is gross in general, and fruit doesn’t belong on pizza pie. But many other things I can give a shot at least once. But candidly – I prefer to keep it pretty simple: Pepperoni and extra sauce.
There are also several sides to choose from if you think you can handle it. The cheesy bread is pretty darn good so of course what was ordered during my recent visit.
And beer. Lazy Moon has a very, very extensive beer menu so if you like to have a cold one along with your bigger-than-head-sized pizza you’ve come to the right place.
Lazy Moon Pizza
1011 E. Colonial Drive (Mills/50)
Orlando, FL 32803
Have you ever dined at either this Lazy Moon Pizza or the location in East Orlando (University Boulevard). If so, what’s your favorite slice?