Have you had a chance to visit MOD Pizza yet? They’re popping up around us, and I finally got a chance to check out the one in Newtown Square this week! I took my quad squad to the Aquarium and on our way home, I found myself on Rt 3, at 6pm, with 4 hungry and tired cherubs. So, in to MOD we went! And I’d like to personally thank MOD (full disclosure coming on…) for the generous gift card to test out the restaurant!
The restaurant looks similar to other gourmet/custom fast-food establishment so we didn’t feel overwhelmed on our first visit. I let the kids pick their toppings… since ALL toppings are included, so awesome! My kiddos weren’t too adventurous though: pepperoni, black olives, and plain cheese. I ordered a side caesar salad. The ordering process was fast and easy and felt personal. Then while the thin crust pizza is baking we paid. By the time we paid and filled out drinks my name was called! Impressively quick for pizza and a salad at prime dinner time.
We came home and told my husband about our delicious dinner. So the next day, for lunch, he and some co-workers went to the MOD in Wayne and had an equally impressive visit. And my hubby tested out their new seasonal pizza, the Crosby. The Crosby combines springtime favorites: asparagus with MOD’s house-made red sauce, mild sausage and shredded mozzarella, finished with a swirl of fig balsamic glaze and a sprinkle of sea salt. The Crosby will be available through July 10, 2017. Get it while you can! He said it was ahhhh-mazing!
Along with roasted asparagus, MOD enhanced its topping choices for spring with two new vegetables: fresh grated carrots and roasted broccoli. MOD now roasts four vegetables daily which can be added to any pizza or salad – asparagus, corn, broccoli and garlic. And I love this because roasted broccoli is one of my favorites, ever!
Seattle-based MOD Pizza is the pioneer of the fast casual made-to-order pizza segment, founded in 2008 by entrepreneurs Scott and Ally Svenson. MOD’s individual artisan-style pizzas are made on demand, allowing customers to create their own pizzas and salads, using fresh-pressed dough and signature sauces, for one price. Pizzas are hand-cooked in an 800 degree oven in less than three minutes, and salads are individually hand-tossed for each customer. The menu is rounded out with handspun milkshakes, house-made lemonades and iced teas, and local craft beers and wine. MOD has over 200 locations in 20 states, and is committed to creating not just a cool place to eat, but an inspired place to work. To learn more, visit www.modpizza.com and watch The MOD Difference Video.