When you mention the name Talula’s, the conversation naturally leans towards pizza. And rightfully so: the wide variety of pies seemingly suit even the most unique of dietary restrictions. And they’re also really good. We love the Beekeeper’s Lament (tomato sauce, hot calabrian soppressata, fresh mozzarella and local honey), The Rocket, and the occasionally available Detroit-style pies.
But the real reason to visit Talula’s is the bread they bake in-house and the sandwiches and toasts they create with it. The sandwiches are only available at lunch, and that’s the ideal time to go—the reuben on country sourdough features housemade pastrami and is among the best sandwiches in Asbury.