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Famous Yeti's

In a word: Not abominable.

The specs: #00866   
917 Page St., Stoughton 53589
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JM ate the thin crust with ham, pineapple and giardiniera.
Nichole ate the Yeti Spaghetti.
The bill was $26, or $13/person, plus tip.
JM and Nichole gave Famous Yeti's an A- (see our grading rubric).

Famous Yeti's is fun. They've got a creative streak, they lived through a fire, and they still make great pizza.

JM's ham and pineapple affair was spiced up with some nicely intense giardiniera.  The crust balance is awesome with sauce that sings.  The pineapple was a little limp, but nothing to take too many points off for.  It held up well in transit, but all things considered, hot-from-delivery in STO beats drive-it-home to Madison.

Hawaiian plus giardinieraSpaghetti pie

The Yeti Spaghetti borders on "because it was there" territory. It's probably the closest thing to a timpano that we'd ever seen - a fine crust filled with spaghetti, sauce, and meatballs all topped with cheese. In this case the drive time was helpful because by the time we cut into the dish, it was cool enough to serve in tidy slices. It was impressive to look at but flavorwise somewhat flat. When we went for leftovers (which we did for more than a day on just the 10-inch pie) we were reaching for something filling.

Spaghetti pie

Famous Yeti's has given Stoughton a pizzeria to be truly proud of (we're sure we're overlooking something when we make that statement).  In truth, it could stand to be even more famous.


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I'm going to have to send this to my coworker...this is his friends's place and will be happy to see the good review. :)

Open faced ham sandwich!

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