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Mad For Pizza

Creating your own pizza is definitely thrilling and really maddening (in a nice way, of course).  Read my experience here.

Aside from creating your own pizza at Mad For Pizza, this restaurant also serves numerous dishes that will tastes equally great as their pizzas.



Iced Tea. This is a specially brewed iced tea. Really refreshing on a hot day.




Zucchini Fries. A healthier version of our favorite potato fries. I didn't know that zucchini fries tasted so good. Best eaten while its hot/warm because its crunchy.


Calamari. Thumbs up for fresh-tasting calamari. Also, its not overcooked so the squid is soft inside the batter.


Hawaiian Salad. Crisp romaine lettuce with ham and pineapples. Healthy!


Sea-breeze. Yummy cocktail drink that is best paired with your pizza creation. Bottoms up!





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