Yakima has no lack of pizza places with plenty of options. Though I'm a sucker for just a classic pepperoni pizza or a Hawaiian-style pizza the older I get the more I'm apt to choose unique options from the menu. I was at a newer pizza place in Yakima when I saw they had a pear and Prosciutto pizza that I knew I had to try.

Where to find a Pear and Prosciutto pizza in Yakima.

My kid and I found ourselves at Flame & Brew Wood Fired Pizza on 3rd and Nob Hill. It's a place that has been in Yakima for just less than a year but I never had the chance to check it out until yesterday.

And now I wonder why I waited so long to visit. This place is great!

Looking at the menu they had a Margherita pizza which is just cheese, basil and fresh tomato sauce. Since my kid is a picky eater we grabbed one of those, too.

John Riggs
John Riggs

They saw they had cheese bread on the menu so, yeah, we ordered that, too. This is all they really at while we ate here. I wasn't mad.

John Riggs
John Riggs

And I love buffalo wings so I figured I'd try some of those as well. They were great!

John Riggs
John Riggs

But, to me, the highlight was the pear and prosciutto pizza. It's hard to put into words on why this pizza is so magnificent. It could be the pears, it could be the prosciutto or any of the other ingredients on this. And the fact that it's wood fired to give it a nice crust and flavor, it made it perfect for me. I just got a smaller one this trip but will have to opt for the larger one next time I'm here.

Next time you're thinking pizza, check out Flame & Brew on 3rd and Nob Hill.

And check out their daily deals.

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