Slice of Pepperoni Pizza from Massa Cafe
Item Purchased: Slice of Pepperoni Pizza from Massa Cafe
Location Purchased: Massa Italian Cafe / 807 W. Roosevelt Rd. / Chicago, IL
Price: $2.99 + tax
Review: I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking: That looks like four pieces of pizza you lying pig!
Well, in a sense, you are right. It is four slices of pizza and sometimes I am a pig. What you don’t know is that there are four slices of pizza because the slices that Massa offers up for the low price of $2.99 are so hugantic that they have to cut it into four pieces to make it manageable.
As for the taste… Massa’s pizza dough is the perfect medium between thin and thick crust with both crispy and chewy qualities. The tomato sauce used is fresh and slightly sweet and the slathering of cheese atop these American staples is cooked to a pleasant golden brown that will make even the staunchest deep-dish purist squeal with glee. There are several pizza places in Chicago that do pie better, but for something so close to my work location, I’ll take it!
$2.99 for fresh baked pizza this good and this big? Helloooo Massa.
Rating: 4.25 / 5
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