depending on your cultural background, either Lewis Carroll or Amsterdam. Speaking of Amsterdam: For a Bible Belt chain, Mellow Mushroom's specialty pies seem suspiciously designed with "the munchies" in mind, both in name and in toppings. The "Magical Mystery Tour" and "Kosmic Karma" pizzas both feature the restaurant's signature pesto sauce, and the "House Special", which—in a madcap, hungover mood—I ordered, is piled high with pepperoni, sausage, ground beef, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, black olives, fresh tomatoes, ham, bacon and extra cheese. Defying expectations, the alarming variety of toppings was handled with restraint. The tomato sauce was, to my palate, a bit heavy on the oregano, but everything tasted fresh, and there wasn't the tsunami of orange oil that I've come to expect from big-chain "Meat-Lover's" pies. The star of the show, though, was that garlicky, unctuous crust—thick enough to sink your teeth into, but still thin enough to eat with your hand. Yellow with butter and stuccoed with cornmeal, this is a crust to save for last, not discard.
Darrell, I have a friend that was working at Fox's Pizza Den that night and your story is much different than the truth. She brought your pizza to the table and then after you all had eaten half of it asked for crayons for your little boy. Which the employees saw him sticking the crayon under the slices and you all saying that you would get a free pizza out of that. But you just wanted an apology right? Do you expect everyone else to pay for your child's lack of parenting? Another thing, they do not have crayons anywhere near the pizzas and if one did go through the oven it would be a puddle...not a whole blue crayon. They took statements from my friend and the other employees and the manager wouldn't call you a liar, but you already know you are one. Is that why you are going around trying to hurt a small business because they wouldn't let you scam them and got caught in your lies? Maybe you and your wife should read your Bibles a little more.... do not bear false witness against your neighbor.
I order pizza all the time. Dominos has the best around. The employees are nice when you call, the delivery man/woman is always considerate. The pizza is amazing. My favorite is pepperoni. The pizza has just the right amount of sauce, lots of gooey, melty cheese, and there are plenty of pepperonies. Most pizza places put just enough to call it a pepperoni pizza, not Dominos they load em' up. Oh, and don't forget the coke, half way through a pizza is not a good time to remember you forgot to get one!!! The smell..... it is well, undescribable. Just order one and you will know what I am talking about.