Dominos Brookyln style pizza review

Domino’s pizza is now advertising a new “Brookyln style” pizza. I’m a big fan of dthin crust or east coast style pizza, so we decided to order up a couple pies to try out their new offering. We were able to easily order online at Their web-based ordering system is pretty easy to navigate and you can even pick from a list of online coupons when ordering. We clicked through some ordering pages, filled out a contact number, address and payment info, and then started the waiting game for delivery.

The pizza arrived about 40 minutes later, a little bit longer than their 23 – 33 minute estimate that was displayed to us online. I grabbed my cheese pizza and started to dig in. The Dominos Brooklyn style is a suprisingly tasty pizza. The crust was very thin and the amount of sauce and cheese included made for a great pizza. Perhaps a little bit more cheese would have made it an even better pizza, but I did not order “extra cheese” after all. I have to say, this has got to be my new favorite mainstream, large pizza company pizza. You see, I’m not a big fan of the PizzaHut’s or Domino’s of the world, but this is a pretty good tasting pizza. If you’ve never tried a “east coast style” pizza, then I would encourage you to give Domino’s Brooklyn style a try.

But let me get something straight, Domino’s Brooklyn style is definitely NOT a replacement for a true small shop good quality pizzeria pizza. If you’re looking for one of the best pizza’s in the valley, I recommend checking out LUNA pizza, a small shop with two locations in north Phoenix. Luna has pizza down to an art form with great tasting sauce, a delicious crust and the perfect amount of cheese per pizza. Luna is my current favorite pizza in the Phoenix valley.

Have you tried Dominos Brooklyn style? Do you have a favorite pizzeria? Let me know by replying to this article.

About Wes Novack

Wes is a Technologist working in the software industry, with extensive experience building and managing highly available applications, services, and systems in the public cloud. He has extensive experience with online publishing and building internet communities. Wes enjoys hanging with his family, getting outdoors, skateboarding, hiking, pickelball, tennis, the vegan lifestyle, and a good cup of tea. You can find him on X (formerly Twitter) @WesleyTech.

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