Alright kids… listen up! In the tiny town of Rutland, Ohio you will find Moe & Anita’s Pizzeria. It’s like an Italian country inn right here in Meigs County, Ohio. Small, reservations recommended. The pizza… awesome! My ribeye steak dinner, off the charts. Garden fresh vegetables and organic meats… locally grown.

Moe & Anita’s

Sorry I didn’t take pictures. We knew it was going to be so good that we resolved to leave all electronic devices in the truck so we could enjoy the family dinner.

Well worth it.

Worth a trip to here from anywhere.


  1. Comment made on August 12, 2014 by FrankF

    Thanks, Jorma. Some of us Repeat Offenders are headed there Thursday night before Couples Weekend!

  2. Comment made on August 8, 2014 by bob b.

    We need a new Jorma post to get the following posting again. My bad!

  3. Comment made on August 5, 2014 by johno

    There’s a place I go to in upstate New York called The Old Schoolhouse in Downsville that has a herd of Texas Longhorn cattle out back. It’s steaks are really incredible. Big salad bar and the best steaks this side of Texas.

  4. Comment made on August 4, 2014 by cyndy consentino

    Dear Jorma,

    Wow, thanks, next time i’m out your way, I will check it out!

  5. Comment made on August 4, 2014 by eaglesteve

    Dang, high praise indeedy.

  6. Comment made on August 4, 2014 by Andy K

    I think Boris Badenov said it best: villains thieves and scoundrels :).

  7. Comment made on August 4, 2014 by bob b.

    Sounds like a manipulated distribution of tickets. I’ll never understand the process anymore.

  8. Comment made on August 4, 2014 by Andy K

    Attention Tuna Fans: Looks like some additional Orchestra tix have been released for the Beacon show. I just got me sum. Hurry to!

  9. Comment made on August 3, 2014 by carlo pagliano

    I’m dreaming of a white pizza in peace.
    Long, long live Jorma! Always.

  10. Comment made on August 2, 2014 by Art

    Love it. We need more local, mom and pop businesses like this in the US – and not so many corporate chains producing food that was made in a big, automated factory. Support small business and local business! Now there’s leveraging celebrity for social good. Thank you, Jorma.

  11. Comment made on August 2, 2014 by johno

    Now that you got me hungry for a nice steak dinner – how do I got there from Long Island?

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