International Nibbles: Can’t Argue with Pizza

Hey, it’s Lisa.

I haven’t been on my blog for a bit because I’ve been busy with school but also because I made a YouTube channel and made a couple of videos over there!
It’s nothing special, really just for fun and experimenting with new platforms and trying new things to record my life but check it out if you’re interested here!

ANYHOW, this is my long delayed second International Nibbles post with my sister. Pizza was supposed to be our November food I think but I got real busy and couldn’t go to this pizza place I really wanted to go to, then I went home in December, then 2018 is just flying by so by the time I realized, it was March. Apologies, I am bad at commitment.

In this edition of International Nibbles, we decided to go and grab pizza. SO I searched up “pizza in vancouver” on Google and looked at a list of must-try pizza places in Vancouver and found myself drawn to the aesthetics of “Don’t Argue! Pizzeria”‘s website and decided to go there.

253CD4F5-9191-47DC-9E65-32DFFE87D04D.JPGOn 3240 Main Street, Don’t Argue! Pizzeria is open from 3 to 11 pm Monday through Friday, 1 to 11 pm Saturday and 1 to 10 pm on Sundays.
EM, NA and I went after a night stroll in Stanley Park and arrived at around 10:30 pm to this small cute pizza parlor. The whole place has a kind of a hipster vibe, including their employees. The guy who greeted us at the cashier was really friendly, flipping through songs that were playing in the restaurant. Needless to say, they have great taste in music.
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“Slice or whole today guys?” the guy behind the counter asked us. There were two slice options for us: a vegetarian one and a regular old pepperoni. My friends and I were pretty hungry though so after a good 3 minutes of staring at the menu, we went for a regular sized (12 inches) Salami Mushroom.
They gave us our number and we sat down while we waited for our pizza, which was being made to order. I looked around the restaurant and it really is aesthetically pleasing and a fancy place with a couple of vintage looking record machines?


There were a lot more people when we came in but as we stayed close to their closing time, people left and the photo above with the lack of people became possible.
Our pizza came to us not long after we ordered thankfully since we were really craving pizza.


Here’s our Salami Mushroom pizza! It came with a handful of arugula (or “rocket” as it says on the menu) on top. So what’s the verdict? Was it good?
Hell yes it was good, it was amazing. Even before taking a slice, putting it into my mouth, I could already smell that pizza fragrance and I was enchanted because it smelled so good. As EM put it really well, the pepperoni was really “salty but married very well to the tomato sauce”. She liked their pizza so much that after eating two slices of our shared whole, she went to go get a single slice of the vegetarian one. I really liked their crust; it was thin and really crunchy.


Each crunch just fills your mouth with the fragrance of dough and mmmmm.
I loved it.

So that about sums up my experience with pizza in Vancouver. Hope you (and my sister) enjoy and definitely check it out if you’re in town and like thin crust pizza or pizza in general really.

Check out my sister’s blog to see her pizza post!

One Comment Add yours

  1. sayayaa21 says:

    Yum! Can’t wait to check this place out next time I’m in van 🙂


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