Jules Thin Crust Pizza

There’s been a sharp uptick in what I think is considered “fast-casual” pizza. For the most part, it’s places like Blaze or Snap, who will let you personalize a super thin crust pizza, run it through a conveyor oven, and you’re done.

Jules Thin Crust is more of a hybrid, where you can pick slices from maybe 20 long, thin crust options. They’ll run it through the same conveyor oven to reheat.

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Jules also lets you put vegan cheese on their marinara pie, which works for Nachojawn Jr.

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From left to right, these are the Mexican pie with chili-lime black bean spread, mozzarella, roasted sweet corn, chopped organic tomatoes, red onions, scallions, cilantro, chipotle sour cream, a carbonara pie with bacon, carbonara sauce, organic roasted potatoes, parsley, mozzarella, and a Thai special with sausage, jalapenos, cucumber, carror and cilantro.

Not a bad option when you’re out in the suburbs before or after a game, although on occasion they’ll be wiped out, and you’ll end up having to either order a whole pie, or deal with the limited selection.

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