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This Restaurant Created A Pizza-Wrapped Meatball Stuffed With Cheese

A pizzeria in Newport, CA just created a meaty new dish that both cheese lovers and meatball enthusiasts will want to get their hands on, provided they don’t mind getting a little greasy.

Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizza Store created this awesome new menu item they proudly call Balls Deep. The item features a pizza-wrapped meatball stuffed inside a layer of dough and cheese. The meatball pocket is then deep-fried until golden brown and served with a hearty marinara dipping sauce, though we wouldn’t mind a little ranch, either.

Think of it as a plump, bite-sized pizza.

As far as cheese pulls go, this might be one of the top contenders for the gooey title. Though we have a feeling there might be quite a few more challengers to the throne in the days to come.

You can find the Balls Deep creation at this year’s OozeFest. If you’re interested, tickets are still on sale.


This Bar Made Us Try A ‘Tetanus Shot,’ One Of The Worst Shots Ever

I recently attended my cousin’s 21st birthday, and this little asshole casserole was being fed froofy ass shots like a Buttery Nipple and a Redheaded Slut, and he was loving it. I stepped in to rock that little slut’s face off with some manly man shots, and that’s when I realized that the only two shitty shots I knew were the Gorilla Fart and the Four Horsemen. Right in that moment is when I decided to travel from bar to bar, trying to learn what exactly were…

The Worst Shots Ever

Hayley and I made our way to a popular bar amongst locals called Blackie’s in Newport Beach, CA, to try out what they think is the worst shot ever: a concoction called the Tetanus Shot. Alaina, our lovely bartender, was sure to make us squeal just watching her throw this hot garbage together.

According to Alaina, this shot is a sort of inaugural shot for anybody that is inducted into a tight-knit group of drinkers called the Rusty Hooks. Although Hayley and I weren’t nearly cool enough to become new members, we were still “honored” to suck this bad boy down our gullets. It was hard to do, but then again, we’re pretty hard. Check out how it all played out.


How Many Men Does it Take to Steal a $10 Sandwich? Four, Apparently


I love sandwiches as much as the next guy. That’s why it terrifies me that, with a few poor decisions, I could easily be sitting in a cell with the fellows who were arrested on Sunday, Aug. 4 in Newport Beach, Calif. for suspicion of stealing a sandwich from a parked car.

Four men were arrested on suspicion of vehicle burglary and conspiracy according to Newport Beach police spokeswoman Jennifer Manzella.

Around 5:55 pm on Sunday, police received a call that a man (who was later identified as Oscar Iglesias, 25) was removing a bag from a parked vehicle in Newport Center Drive, said Manzella. The car had been locked, but the window was lowered.

She added that after taking the bag, Iglesias entered a vehicle waiting. Waiting in the car were Daniel Godinez, 23, Edwin Yhuit, 27, and Daniel Garcia, 28. The four were identified when the anonymous caller gave the police a license plate number and vehicle description. A quick Google Maps search showed that they only made it less than two miles with the sandwich before they were arrested.

The bag with the yet-to-be identified sandwich, was valued at $10. (I’m thinking it HAD to be good though. Possibly pastrami?)

So how far would you go for a sandwich? I guess it depends on the sandwich really. But it had to be really good for these guys to be looking at some jail time and probably a hefty charge.

H/T TheDailyPilot