540 Bogue Rd, Yuba City, CA 95991
1215 Colusa Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991
1540 Butte House Rd, Yuba City, CA 95993
962 Gray Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991
1265 Colusa Ave Ste R, Yuba City, CA 95991
Yuba City is known for thick crust pies and other than the occasional offering of Chicago-style deep dish, there are very few variations to be seen. Thick crust is one of the best types of pizza so no one in Yuba City is missing out by not having a lot of other choices to decide between. Only having one in fact makes the whole pie ordering process a lot less complicated as all you have to ask for is pizza and you know exactly what you're going to get. Thick crust is the go-to pizza not just in Italy where it originates from, but in almost every corner of the world too. Probably the only places where you won't find thick crust pizza is in Outer Mongolia or the northern reaches of icy Siberia, but there's no guarantee of that either. When you get a thick crust pizza you get a delicious dough base that's crispy around the edges and soft in the middle where it's been covered in sauce and cheese. The honest truth is, pizza just doesn't get any tastier than a well-made thick crust.
When you want the best delivery pizza in Yuba City you don't want to order from a pizzeria that stints on adding the toppings to your pie. To make sure that doesn't happen to you and to make sure you get lashings of topping ingredients, order your pie from Straw Hat Pizza. Straw Hat Pizza has a premises on Yuba City's Bogue Road and while the pizzas they bake are thick crust, they're known as California-style pizzas because they're only made from ingredients sourced from the state of California. You could say Straw Hat's pies are sunshine on a plate, but that might be exaggerating just a little. Straw Hat's pizzas are exceptionally good though and their signature pizza carries a whopping nine topping ingredients. Now if that's not generous pizza cooking, then nothing is.
If you've been trailing around the city center getting in some extended retail therapy then it's quite understandable if you end up hungry. When you're ready to pick up the best take-out pizza in Yuba City, drop by Sparky's Gourmet Pizza in the Yuba Sutter Marketplace on Colusa Avenue before you finally head for home. Sparky's Gourmet Pizza occupies part of the marketplace’s food court so you'll find it easily enough even though it's not signposted from outside. The pizza menu at Sparky's is relatively short compared to some, but covers just about all tastes including vegetarian and gluten-free. If you don't fancy any of the pizzas that are on the menu then Sparky's will create one for you with all the toppings of your choice.
To get some quality outdoor time you don't need to travel any further than the twenty-five miles east from Yuba City it takes to get to Colusa. Once there you can decide whether the Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area or the Colusa National Wildlife National Refuge suits you best. If you want to fish for salmon, trout or bass or go hiking through shady woodlands by the side of the river, then choose the first park. If you're an avid bird spotter then you'll fly into the latter without a second thought as you'll be binoculars in hand ready to spot the many different species that use the wetland as a habitat. Whichever you choose to do, don't go home without trying a pizza at Riverbank Pizza on Fremont Street.
Is there any good reason to drive the twenty-odd miles from Yuba City to Timbuctoo? Only one and that’s to find the trailhead to the Black Swan Trail which is between Timbuctoo and Smartsville. The Black Swan Trail is a two-and-a-half-mile hiking route through wooded hillsides and wetlands with sensational views of Black Swan Pond. Once an old mining road, the trail has been revamped so hikers can enjoy sighting the area’s prolific wildlife. The pond offers stunning photographic opportunities too. If you're considering taking a pizza on the hike, don't as there are bears in the woods. Wait until you've done your trekking then drop in at Pizza Round Up on the drive home.
A thirty-mile trip due north from Yuba City will see you arriving in Oroville. Oroville is a city bordered by both the Feather River and Lake Oroville. The most scenic spot to start your sightseeing here is the viewpoint of the Oroville Dam. Quirky, but interesting to see is Bolt's Antique Museum, or if that doesn't catch your attention, you can pass by the CF Lott Historic Home Museum. There are some good parks to take a stroll around like Riverbend Park or as an alternative, pick up a pizza from Shakey's Pizza Parlour on Olive Highway before you go and have a picnic by the riverside.
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