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Spinners Pizza

In a word: It's their turn.

The specs: #01063  
2125 McComb Rd., Ste 110, Stoughton 53589
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JM and Nichole ate the "counterclockwise" pizza and the "campfire" dessert pizza.
The bill was $31, or about $15/person, plus tip.
JM gave Spinners Pizza an A- ; Nichole gave Spinners Pizza a B (see our grading rubric).

It is often a good sign when a pizza joint is doing a brisk trade.  Spinners was hopping with delivery and to-go orders.  So much so, that they were having some issues taking our dine-in order.  Once that difficulty was passed, we waited for our 'za surrounded by tres patriotic signage and a welcoming TV that had a Robbie the Reindeer special.

Counterclockwise Pizza

We ordered the counterclockwise pizza, which was one of two ways that they do Canadian bacon and pineapple.  This one is prepared with BBQ sauce and is a serviceable, if only slightly above average in its quality.  We have had better pizza in Stoughton, but we have also had worse.  So this feels like solid B-range for the standard item.

Campfire pizza

Now, Spinners also has an array of dessert pizzas which we sprang for, and this was where they shone.  The 'campfire' pizza with Peanut Butter and S'mores (crushed graham cracker, toasted marshmallow, chocolate chips) was indeed an iconic creation.  The others on their list also look top drawer.  This seems like a good place to swing in and pick up something special on your way to events in Southern Dane county, and sometimes a good standard delivery pizza that blows the chains away.

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