U.S. Pizza 

U.S. PIZZA We've eaten pizza for breakfast many times – cold pizza – but we'd never been to a pizza brunch until a recent visit to the U.S. Pizza outlet in Hillcrest. They serve up frittatas as well as pizzas – a frittata is an omelet under another name – and a ham and cheese frittata is what one of us had. She liked it. The other member of the reviewing team ordered the "Sunday Warrior" pizza, in part because he liked the name, and he too ate heartily. Unsurprising, perhaps, since the ingredients for the ham and cheese frittata — ham, cheese, eggs, peppers, onions – are pretty much the same as those of the Warrior, except that the Warrior comes on the familiar U.S. Pizza thin crust and it substitutes Canadian bacon for ham. Both dishes were served hot, incidentally. Brunch hours are 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The usual suspects in the way of fancy brunch drinks are available, and beer too of course – it is a pizza place. Available too, for the moment, is the patio, for those who like their brunch outdoors. 2710 Kavanaugh Blvd. CC $$ 663-2198


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