At this point, it was insane that we still had more. We nibbled on the Chicken Wings, which can come with sauces like BBQ, Sweet Chili, Buffalo, Parmesan Garlic, and are served with carrots and celery.
We got the sweet chili wings, which were tangy and were, in fact, sweet.
“I wouldn’t eat them on a date, but then again I wouldn’t ever eat wings on a date,” said John about dating to his wife. Moving on.
It’s hard to even touch on all of the pizza we had because they were individually all delicious, but the unique offerings stood out more than, let’s say, the 12-inch Pepperoni.
There are two choices for crust – thin and crispy or thick and doughy. You can get the 12-inch, or go more personally sized with the 7-inch.
My favorite is thin, and John loves thick, so this was a win to try both. Our thin pizzas included Greek and Chicken Bacon Ranch.
The Greek was beautiful to look at and even better to taste. It had olive oil, mozzarella, spinach, artichokes, tomatoes, black olives, feta cheese, and a balsamic drizzle.
When it says tomatoes, it’s fresh tomatoes. Like right from the Farmers’ market type situation. And the balsamic glaze made the whole pizza.
We discussed how, though it’s thin crust, it’s not the kind where you don’t know where to grab the pizza and it actually adds to the taste and isn’t just a crunchy bottom that holds the toppings.
The Chicken Bacon Ranch had ranch, mozzarella, grilled chicken, bacon, tomatoes, and cheddar.
This is definitely a hit for bacon lovers, and this whole place is good for ranch lovers, because ranch is on a lot of options and can be use as a sauce with pretty much everything.
Next were the thick and doughy options, which were the Buffapeño and the Meatlovers.
Meatlovers was the standard pepperoni, sausage, and Canadian bacon. It was very good, but I was looking forward to trying the Buffapeño. This had cream cheese, mozzarella, buffalo chicken, jalapeño, pineapple, bacon, banana peppers, cheddar, blue cheese crumbles, and a ranch drizzle.
It was kind of crazy how many flavors and ingredients the Buffapeño had. For only $10, I almost felt like I was stealing. John had actually forgotten we were doing the review and had eaten this pizza the day before and wouldn’t stop raving about it.
And after trying it, I get it.
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