Blaze pizza

Blaze Pizza in Brentwood’s CityPark opened their doors a few months ago. The pizza chain that has been labeled in the media as emulating Chipolte, has become a popular place for pizza in Brentwood.

On the company’s website this is how they describe Blaze: “Ok, we’re gonna keep this quick. Because exceptional quality at lightning fast speed is what we’re all about. Blaze Pizza. Head food guy, Executive Chef Bradford Kent (aka “The Pizza Whisperer”). Fresh, made-from-scratch dough. Healthful, artisanal ingredients on the assembly line. Inventive to classic. You decide. Blazing hot oven + dedicated pizzasmith + 180 seconds = fast-fire’d, perfectly crisp perfection. Sound good? Enjoy the rest of your day.”

Blaze pizzaHere is how I would describe Blaze Pizza in one word: delicious. And I had some true pizza critics eating with me……as everyone knows, teen boys love pizza.

Our party tried the Signature Pizzas: Meat Lovers, the Link In and your’s truly had the Green Stripe. The pizzas described as single serve, were large enough that my husband and myself could have shared. I loved that the Blaze staff allowed me to add extra veggies to my pizza. And for free! Most other places charge extra for each topping.

We also tried the beet and goat cheese salad (reasonably priced and a great size) and the boys had to try the S’more Pie. While I loved the salad, the boys said the dessert was yummy.

pizza fourBlaze Pizza is open from 11 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. If you go on Sunday when they open, prepare to stand in line. I asked one of the managers if this was common and he said, “Oh today’s actually a slow day. People line up to wait for us to open every Sunday.”

For additional information about Blaze Pizza, visit their website.

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