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Madtown Pizza

Update 8/15/14: Madtown Pizza is closed.

In a word: Needsa bit more.

The specs: #0760  
Address, hours & details via Isthmus; reviews at Yelp, Eat Drink Madison, The Cat Dish; Facebook, Madtown Pizza on Urbanspoon

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Ann, JM, Nichole, and Peter ate a 12" Mad Veggie Eater and a 16" Mad About Meat.
The bill was $34, or $8.50/person, plus tip.
JM gave Madtown Pizza a B-; Nichole gave Madtown Pizza a B (see our grading rubric).

Veggie pizza Pizza Meaty pizza

Madtown Pizza is new on Johnson Street and is eager to please with delivery pizza. We got two specialty pies, meat and veg.

The pizzas here are unique. The thin crust was decent, but it was no one's favorite thin crust in Madison. The edges were very salty. There was very little sauce and what there was was thick and pasty. The cheese was a blend lighter on the mozarella and heavier on a creamier, milder white cheese we couldn't quite ID.

The Mad About Meat of pepperoni, sausage, ham, bacon, and ground beef had enough salt to swell the slimmest ankles. The Mad Veggie Eater had tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, olives, and green peppers, and was pretty satisfying, though some of the toppings were canned and not fresh.

They were willing to deliver very far from their base of operations, which is awesome.


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A very good pizza place as far as eastside Madison pizza goes. Compared to the other big delivery places--Roman Candle, Ian's, Glass Nickel--they're much more affordable and the quality is just as good.

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