Great chew and char on the crust. Sauce and crust were a bit under-seasoned for my liking but a great Neapolitan style pizza. Too low of an average rating IMO.
cameron.mcmillan7/21/19, 3:35 a.m.
Amazing pizza, crust was nice and crunchy, the sauce was sweet, very easy to eat. I was very impressed. The only reason I didn’t put this at a 9 was because it was incredibly thin and a whole personal pizza didn’t fill me... if it was a tiny bit thicker or had a bit more volume this could’ve taken at least an 8.8-9.
sean.graham7/3/19, 12:31 a.m.
Happy Canada Day weekend to you, it’s time to kick off the weekend early with another pizza review. I’m here at Rad Pizza in Jackson Square. I know nothing about this place, it’s relatively new. When I hear “Rad” I think of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and they love pizza. Let’s see if this is a good omen. It’s mildly busy here at lunch time, good sign. They serve craft beer and wine here but you still order cafeteria style. I’m confused but I have high hopes. It’s a thin crust Neapolitan style that’s really trendy now. I think those are wood ovens. Some bubbling and char on the crust. The little pepperoni’s are totally tubular dude. Good texture, tastes pretty good! It’s not totally bodacious but it’s kinda whatever. 7.1 - I would eat this any day of the week but this is not in it to win it. I paid $22.50 for a craft cola and a smallish pepperoni pizza. I would say that’s the worst value in the city. I would come back for the pizza but I’m no sucker. There are many better options in the area. They’ll be closed in a year or two. Lates yo!
jordan.mitchell44/23/19, 10:19 p.m.
They use great ingredients, the sauce and cheese were excellent. The pizza was unfortunately super burnt on the bottom which made the whole thing unpleasant, and I like char on my pie, but this wasn’t enjoyable. I will definitely give them another shot in a few months once they sort the pizza making out.