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Review: Naked Pizza Hyde Park

Today's Choice off the Breakfast Menu was  a pizza from Naked Pizza in Hyde Park

Tonight my wife and I wanted to grab a bite to eat so we called in an order to Naked Pizza. My sister ate there recently and recommended it. It has no eat in service so you have to order delivery or carryout. Naked Pizza serves up a delicious pizza with all natural toppings and a feel good message.


Naked Pizza is a pizza franchise started on the idea that a pizza that is made with better, natural ingredients can be better tasting and better for you. They offer whole food ingredients such as the Ancestral Blend (R) of 10 grain crust with probiotic agave fiber. According to the website the pizza is better for you and "optimizes nutrition." Naked also takes a next gen approach using social media and the web to advance its message and its franchise.

The Naked Menu is pretty much standard to what you would expect from a high end pizza place like Dewey's or Unos. They offer three sizes and a variety of organic vegetable toppings and a few meat options including chicken, hamburger, peperoni and ham. Their specialty pizzas are a little unusual with names like the ragin' cajun which offers sausage, chicken, garlic bell pepper and onion, as well as the greenhouse which is basically the all vegetarian. 

We ordered the superbiotic which comes with artichoke, spinach, bell pepper, mushroom, garlic, red onion, cilantro. We added pepperoni to it because we are carnivores. 

The Verdict: 

Their Pizza was pretty good. It did taste a little different than a normal pizza. It was well seasoned and the vegetables tasted fresh. My wife and I gobbled the pizza down pretty quick. The sauce was good and it had the overall flavor of the type of pizza I make at home. I did feel like my pizza was a little soft near the middle of the crust but this is typical of most pizza places. That was really the only complaint I had and it was minor. For thin crust pizzas I prefer a crisper crust than the one provided me this time.

Service:              3
Food:                  4

Overall Experience:
I give the whole experience 4 out of 5 broken eggs:

The Pizza was delish and the service was prompt an quick. I would highly recommend Naked Pizza to friends or family in the need of a good pizza with all natural ingredients.

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