Fuel Pizza is a popular pizza chain in Charlotte and Washington DC, but it’s one that I had somehow always missed out on, opting for the more upscale Brixx Wood-Fired Pizzas. This time, I was determined to try Fuel, and I’m glad I did, because Fuel has very good pizza indeed, at fairly low prices compared to their competitors. They also feature sandwiches, as well as garlic or cinnamon knots. I was always impressed with the decor, which, as the name suggests, derives from gasoline stations and oil companies. The logo for Fuel Pizza is based on the old orange-and-blue circular sign for Gulf Oil Company, and indoors, old signage for various failed and still-operating oil companies is on the wall. Best of all, Fuel Pizza Cafe is easy on the wallet. Definitely worth a visit.