Or Virginia, North and South Carolina and Florida. And expanding.Hahaha!!! ANYONE that says Ledo's pizza is one of the best has probably never left the state of Maryland!
I get why people somehow don't like pizzas cooked at franchises. I worked at a pizza place in Massachusetts for a year and a half.
All of the owners were former Domino's employees so they combined the Domino's techniques of catching cheese, tracking and taking orders,
routing and tracking drivers and so forth. They were a single shop and they beat every place in the area (we had about 25 drivers but we
were not open 24/7). Unlike other franchises, they experimented with new recipes from time to time and elicited customer feedback in exchange
for a dollar coupon.
Oddly enough - adding a little more sugar to the dough was immensely popular (as it, among other things, created a thin crunchy layer to the bottom of the pizza), but we had to find a mixture of cheeses to get what people wanted.
Everybody's looking for something different in pizza. I don't like doughy pizza, so I don't care for "deep dish". It's eating BREAD.
I don't care for extra thin pizza either, or novelty pizzas with cheese in the crust and stuff like that.
But we are talking PIZZA - not fine wine or caviar - this is bread and sauce and cheese, and every convenience store and gas station
makes it. If there's a food that is delivered to your door or comes frozen in the grocery - you're not talking fine dining.