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Mod Pizza in the Woodlands

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Who doesn’t love a good pizza?   I’m in love with Mod Pizza.  I say that  it is just like Subway, only it is pizza.  You stand in a line and order one or more individual pizzas (or salads).  You pick exactly what you want on it, from all the displayed ingredients. No matter how many ingredients you get, it costs the same ($7.87) for a Mod (the normal size, 11 inches).  It is thin crust and all the ingredients taste fresh and wonderful.  You don’t want mozzarella, don’t get it.  You want gluten free, get it.  You love meat but your spouse is a vegetarian, no worries.  It is set up for everyone to have their own very easily.  Once you pay, it takes a couple of minutes for them to call your name and then you can chow down on pizza.  They have about thirty ingredients to choose from.  If you don’t like all that choice, they have about a dozen pizzas on a menu that you can order.  I love the crust.  It is thin and chewy and tasty. I love the variety of different ingredients and cheeses, some I would never think to put on a pizza.   If you aren’t so hungry, you can get a mini (4 inches).  They also have a mega for big appetites or families who do like the same thing.  My favorite is a Mod with tomato sauce, garlic rub, Canadian bacon, roasted red peppers, pineapple, roasted garlic, mozzarella, and parmesan.  They have craft beer, soft drinks, and wine.  So Mom, Dad,  and the kids are always happy.  The last time I was there, they had ‘no name cake’.  This was a homemade style Ding Dong type cake.  OMG.  HEAVEN. I don’t know who makes them and I don’t care how many calories, this was WONDERFUL.

Terri Olson

After 34 years working for a global oil company, Terri retired to travel more and spend time with family. She is a foodie-wanna-be and loves to travel, try new foods, and enjoy the local cuisine in The Woodlands. She became interested in dining experiences after living and working abroad in Europe and trying many new foods and restaurants in Copenhagen and London.

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