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King Dough 452 N. Highland Ave.

King Dough is a hip new pizzeria that originated in Bloomington In. Their main hook is a wood fired oven for their pies. Unfortunately that didn’t make the trip. They use a beautiful gas-fired one instead.

This little fella’ can get as high as 900 degrees when busy and cruises at 700 when not.

They offer several set pies with unusual combos that allow no substitutions. They also have a build your own which starts at $13 for a 13 inch pie.

http://www.kingdoughpizzas.com/

The base for the build your own is sauce, no sauce. Fresh or aged mozzarella. Then you add toppings which run 75 cents to $4 more.

Pat ordered his with Italian sausage and double mushroom. I opted for something a bit different. kalamata olives and Anchovy with sauce and fresh mozz.

I must agree with Pat. They have a good pie but Mama Nita’s is as good. Matter of fact I think Nita’s crust and sauce are better. Their crust is chewy and the bottom is not as crisp as I would like. Also the sauce had no carmelization. I liked the way they chopped the fresh mozz into pieces to give more coverage and the way they pull the dough. I just think they need some more work on the baking thing. Of course I will be back because I found a deal for 2 $25 gift certificates for $25 that I could not pass up. I may try their appetizer list this time.

5 responses

  1. I like that we could share a pie. Yours looks good.

    April 24, 2019 at 8:29 pm

    • You can pick the toppings,

      April 25, 2019 at 1:08 am

      • Low sauce, mozza and parm, black olives, kalamatas, anchovies, and artichoke 🙂

        April 25, 2019 at 9:46 pm

      • Sounds great; but this joint doesn’t have black olives or artichokes. How about some cashew ricotta? I am really curious.

        April 26, 2019 at 2:46 am

      • *shakes head* The Mister might would tho. He loves cashews and ricotta.

        April 26, 2019 at 8:44 pm

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