Pizzeria Seven Twelve

Pizzeria Seven Twelve is a dimly lit pizza restaurant in Orem, Utah. They offer a variety of pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, including a good selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options. Most of that isn’t really my thing, but I’ve been wanting to try their pizza for quite a while now, and I’ve finally gotten around to it.

I tried their Sausage pizza, and overall it was fantastic. The most noticeable thing about their pizzas is the quality of the crust. It’s one of the best tasting crusts I’ve ever had, and the consistency and thickness are perfect. The toppings were really good too, with the combination of the roasted onions and peppers with the quality sausage resulting in an excellent overall flavor. My only real complaints were that my pizza was very slightly overcooked, and there could have been a bit more cheese in a few place, but those don’t stop me from saying this is one of the best pizzas I’ve had. And I’ve had a lot of pizza.

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

Settebello in Salt Lake City, Utah offers a more genuine Italian pizza experience than your typical pizzeria. If you like a thin crust brick oven pizza with excellent cheeses, this is a good option. While I certainly prefer a more American-style pizza most of the time, every now and then you need to mix things up a bit. They offer several different options for pizzas, with a lot of vegetarian and vegan options.

The Margherita pizza that I got was pretty decent. The cheese was pretty good, but the crust was a bit too well-done for my taste. Overall not bad, I’d recommend it for anyone into Italian-style pizzas.

Blaze Pizza – Lehi, UT

I tried out a new pizza place today. Blaze Pizza is definitely one of those restaurants that most people go to for silly social reasons rather than actually wanting the food, but it was still a good pizza at a decent price. I went with their Meat Eater pizza on a classic thin crust, which includes mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, meatballs, and red onions. Overall it was pretty good, but I think I’ll try a few more toppings next time since they charge a flat price for any pizza with more than one topping, leaving the extras basically free. While it’s not quite the type of pizza I typically go for (I prefer a cheap delicious pizza over an expensive crap one like most fancy places :P), I’d definitely go again.

Pizza Hut Stuffed Crust Pepperoni and Sausage

The last time I tried to buy a stuffed crust pizza, the Pizza Hut location I was at didn’t offer stuffed crust. I was so disappointed I ended up getting Domino’s instead. I’ve had a lot of pizzas since then, but I’ve really wanted more stuffed crust, so here we are.

This one’s all right. It was made a bit thinner than usual. Pizza Hut does this somewhat frequently, I assume it stems from stretching the crust to double it up on the edges but not having enough dough to begin with. The pepperoni and sausage are a decent combination, though I think I actually prefer plain pepperoni.

Great Value Thin Crust Three Meat Pizza

Sometimes I think a cheap-ish pizza that’s not from Totino’s might be good. They’re not. Ever.

The crust on this pizza is tough, tasteless, crunchy, and just bad. The toppings are lacking, but not atrocious. For a cheap pizza, it’s surprisingly good cheese, which makes it at least makes it good enough for me to finish eating it, but really only because I’m hungry.

Little Caesar’s – Extra Most Bestest

Little Caesar’s makes excellent pizza for the price and speed that you can get it. The quality is fairly inconsistent, but it’s hard to complain about a $5 pizza you can get in under a minute. The Extra Most Bestest pizza improves on their regular Hot ‘N’ Ready, adding more cheese and pepperoni, for another dollar. At only $6, it’s a really good pizza. This one was a bit undercooked and had too much sauce for my taste, but was still enjoyable. Sometimes you just need a cheap pizza with a lot of cheese, and this is the best one around.

Pizza Hut – Supreme Stuffed Crust

Pizza Hut’s stuffed crust pizzas are amazing. I typically stick with just pepperoni, sometimes adding sausage or something like that, but I usually don’t add many toppings. This time though, Pizza Hut was running a 50% off any menu-priced pizza promotion, so I had to get something a bit more exciting. This is an excellent pizza. As usual, I went with the Hut Favorite seasoning, and the combination of toppings complemented the cheese in the crust really nicely.

Seriously just go eat some Pizza Hut. It’s good stuff.