Northeast Pizza in the Scale House is our closest non-franchise pizza purveyor, and we've ordered dozens of pizzas from them since they opened.
I'm not terribly picky about pizza, but lately I've been so incredibly disappointed that I'm giving up. Every now and again you'll get a tasty pizza with sauce that has good flavor, cheese (or other toppings) distributed reasonably well, and a crust that is cooked through. But lately, getting a good pizza there has become the equivalent of winning the lottery--it's a rare event. More often than not, we end up with a soggy, tasteless mess.
In an effort to ensure that the pizza is well enough baked that we can at least get it out of the box using a spatula, we've asked for it "well done." (This is a sure sign of desperation, is it not?)
Our last order was so undercooked in the center that I couldn't even scoop it out with a pancake turner--and the parts that were baked enough to be eaten turned out to be tasteless. (I honestly think the "sauce" was uncooked, unadulterated tomato sauce.)
Ordering pizza for take-out shouldn't be the dining equivalent of playing roulette, so we'll be trying elsewhere.
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