Seattle >Mad Pizza Madison Park
Do YOU want to eat pizzas made by a bunch of grodie dirty stoners?.
Madison Park Mad Pizza location:
This place WAS our favorite -- super tasty fresh pizzas delivered in time. We always cringed at the cost of them -- anytime we'd order a medium pizza for delivery, after the tip for the driver we'd be out $25 -- but it was totally worth it... Until recently.
I don't know if the management changed or if it's that the unemployment rate is so low in Seattle that the only staff they can find are dirty stoney slackers. The pizzas lately have been overcooked, not made to order or are delivered by such a speedy driver that they end up squished into a big ball of goo on one side of the box. Oh - and they don't apologize if it's so bad you have to come INTO the store to return an inedible pie. Not even a look of "sorry dude" let alone an actual spoken "sorry". And lets hope their grody paws don't actually touch the pizza once it's out of the oven -- these guys don't only look stoned out of their minds, they look like they haven't showered in a week and their clothes are even dirtier. I wonder how many health code violations they must have.
After boycotting them for over a month we gave them one more shot tonight. The dude couldn't even pull up our account with our phone number, had to ask our cross street I don't know how many times and when he finally asked for the fifth time what we meant by extra onions we just had to hang up.
Lay off the bong, guys. You're gonna go out of business in the Park at this rate.
The pies are crazy good at this Madison Park pizza depot..
It's not quite pizza madness, although this pizzeria claims to be "committed." Toppings range from pepperoni to Granny Smith apples, oranges and cashews on Sybil's Breakdown. Best for omnivores are the Prozac Pie (sausage, pepperoni, salami, etc) and the spicy Smokin' Chicken (barbecue chicken, red peppers and feta with garlic-ricotta sauce). Veggie lovers get plenty of love, with nine specialty pizzas, including the Institutional Classic (tomato, basil and roasted garlic on olive-oil base).
Freakin YUM!!. I live with a 28 year old kid. So, if he gets even half the chance, he calls pizza hut to take care of his dinner. I'll just say I am less than pleased with this, and in general I don't like pizza much. But Mad Pizza is different, and tasty, even for me, with lots of vegetarian options. I highly recommend them, though I just had them deliver, so I can't speak for their location or storefront.
I'll eat here again.... ...but this ain't that good of pizza. Its alright. It usually sits there for hours and looks disgusting after just a little while. Although, a place that sells slices in Madison Park is great. THe concept is superb. I just wish they got there act together on the product a bit more. They try w/ varying types of pizza (pesto, tomato, veggie surprise) but the exectuion and "freshness" is lacking. But, like I said...I'll eat here again...Great ambience though!
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