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swervymcdervy6/9/21, 10:02 p.m.
Super thin and crispy. Good taste but a little on the salty side
ryan.rutherford5/21/21, 5:01 p.m.
The “Thinny Thin” is a rippy rip off, listed at $13.95 on their website but actually $19.15 before tip. Evidently it got the “Barstool Bump” after Portnoy reviewed it. I’m really not sure what he or anyone sees in this pizza. For such a thin pie, it’s embarrassingly floppy, with the crust being the only crispy aspect, and not good enough to make up for the other lackluster ingredients. This pizza is essentially sauceless; all I can taste is the oil and heavy amounts of salt. I’m not entirely sure what kind of cheese they use but it’s incredibly pungent, super sharp, very tight & rigid and not pleasant-tasting whatsoever. The smell and taste are close to Parmesan that has recently expired. I’d say this pie just isn’t my style but I love thin crust pizza when it’s done right. This is just poorly executed and at nearly $20 a pie, it’s the least bang for your buck in New Jersey.
rbusch753/13/21, 2:43 a.m.
The Thinny thin is a must. I am a big fan. It is very Parmesan-y. Especially the crust. Similar to Ralphs yet with minimal tang and minimal grease.
joseph.d.nyc12/13/19, 1:24 a.m.
A thicker bar pie. Need another minute cooked, a lot of cheese. Good flavor, needs a bit more sauce. Overall good pie though.
aaronthevoice2/21/19, 8:10 p.m.
Unique tasting pie. Textured crust and different combination of cheese maybe?
john.dekenipp12/14/18, 1:45 a.m.
Michaels is known for their thin crust pizza, and I like the crust a lot. But overall I'm not wowed by the pizza. Good slice though.
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frankyfasthands10/22/18, 9:12 p.m.
Cheese and sauce on point. Love the thin crisp crust. Underside could have been a bit crispier though. Still solid. 7.8