This pizza truck serves small, personal pizzas for seven dollars each. The slices lacked the stretching strands of mozzarella as they were pulled apart, but the cheese did not slide off the top with a single bite as with cafeteria pizza. The smokiness of the bottom crust created a bitter taste which was counteracted by the sweet tomato sauce layer. However, the sauce was a little too sweet and the outer crust tasted too bland. Doughboy’s provides decent pizza, but one could expect something more exceptional for seven dollars.

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