The MOD Pizza Experience. It’s Just Different
When it comes to pizza, I thought I tried it all. Thin crust, New York Style, Chicago Style Deep Dish, pan, hand tossed, frozen—etc. You name it, I’ve tried it.
There’s nothing new under the sun when it comes to pizza pie. Or so I thought.
Enter MOD Pizza and an email invite to come try their artisan-style pie in one of their local bistros. The Petra, a creation of edible goodness features pesto, mozzarella, arugula, bacon, artichokes, jalapeños, and feta. Named after the fan who came up with the pizza “recipe”, my job was to come in and try the seasonal delight and get to know more about MOD.
I don’t eat bacon, but everything else the Petra offered, I was game. I watched as a MOD Pizza creator personally made my pizza, a delight since this process is something usually reserved for the back of the kitchen.
All of the ingredients for MOD Pizza is presented up front for customers to choose from. You can watch as your pizza or salad is made. You can also watch it being added to the brick oven for baking.
And speaking of ingredients, the Petra pizza I ordered was flavorful and tasty. The pesto played well with the jalapeños, artichokes, and arugula. Feta cheese is personally one of my favorite cheeses, so it had me at hello as well.
For all intents and purposes, the Petra pizza and its ingredient combinations are a memorable delight.
I enjoyed the small, quaint atmosphere offered at MOD Pizza, and it seemed to be a neighborhood hangout spot for families. The menu offerings and the pricing makes it affordable to feed your entire family for a much needed pizza night.
You can also opt to take your pizza pie to go.
Fresh ingredients, friendly staff, a pretty nice spot to hangout in, and yummy pizza that’s not your average. I’d say MOD Pizza is a keeper.
The Petra is a seasonal pizza offered at many of the MOD Pizza locations.