It all comes down to preference. I'm a pizza idiot. I could eat it every day and do the opposite of complaining. But I don't really have a favorite style—if it's right, I don't care where it comes from. That said, pizza junkies are always on the prowl for the perfect combination, and we know we'll never find it. Beau Jo's is just fine. It's good product and high-quality ingredients, but it's just kind of . . . there. The mozz is the star. Don't know who the supplier is, but the cheese is the key. Stretchy without breaking down and a little hint of age. Just a perfect topper.
Sauce is fine, and the meats are adequate. The Prairie crust is nicely textured, but it's a quick-rise dough with neither salt nor sweet notes. It's a decent platform, but without distinctive flavor character on its own. That's a major problem for a pizza lover. And the suggestion of drenching it in honey doesn't help. But it's a subjective thing. Don't mean to overshadow the quality of the overall product. It'll still get you through the night. Pretty pricey for delivery, though.
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