What you’re getting: Perfect 300
By now, it’s no surprise that just saying the name of this Leeward bowling alley restaurant fires the hunger synapses in your brain. After you’ve gotten your fill of lemon crunch cake and oxtail soup, give the no-frills, gourmet pizzas a try. Named after the highest possible bowling score, the classic pie is a combination of pepperoni, Canadian bacon, Italian sausage, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, extra cheese, and marinara sauce. It's one of the few pizzerias on the island with a sourdough shell, and its crunchy, homemade crust may be enough to… sorry’boutthis!... bowl you over.
Various North Shore locations
What you’re getting: Any special pizza
Named for a shore break in Bali, this one-man mobile pizza truck doesn't, as its name suggests, make tracking down a slice impossible, but it is pretty tough. IP's open just three days a week (you'll find it parked between Sunset Beach and Waimea) and has no social media presence, so it’s best to call and find out exactly where the truck's located, or better yet, order ahead to avoid the rush. Pizzas by the slice are available only from 3-6pm, then it’s time for gargantuan-sized pies till closing. Pro tip: add a side of homemade ranch dipping sauce in which to dunk your naked leftover crusts for optimal enjoyment.