Pieous delivers what it promises, a religious experience through food. From the mozzarella that is made in-house to the perfect sour-dough crust to the chocolate pecan pie that made Ian's toes literally curl up at just a single bite, this place must be tasted to be believed.
We started with a margherita pizza because any neopolitan style pizzeria should be able to do this right. Not only that, but when done more than right, it is transcendent (as this was).
Last, we had a slice of chocolate pecan pie. I can't describe it other than that it gave me the tinglies in the special places I experienced so much joy in each bite. You must get out 6 miles west of the Y on 290 and try both the pizza and pie. No matter how much praise is heaped upon it, you can't possibly understand how good this place is until you try it.