MidiCi Pizza

MidiCi Pizza

Fashionable but thin, like an Italian model

When seeing a movie at Stonefield, I always eat before or after a movie because I, to the horror of my friends and theaters alike, hate popcorn. (Gasp!) But Stonefield has a lot of great options, and today I experienced MediCi, Stonefield‘s pizza place. To eat, I got a Margherita with pepperoni, prosciutto, and olives. My mom got the Forest, which has ham, mushrooms, and olives. Now before I get in to this, I just want to say that it was very good. I like the place and will likely return at some point. However, there is one major issue. Firstly, it took a long time to get my pizza because, according to them, they burnt their first attempt. Secondly the pizza was next to impossible to eat, even for someone who has two hands, which I am lacking. The pizza was unbelievably floppy. Even by folding the pizza in New York style, I couldn’t keep a slice from wilting. Finally, another odd thing is that the toppings are applied after the pizza is cut, making me have to re-cut each slice. Despite these issues, the pizza was very tasty and like I said, it’s a good place to go if I’ve been watching a movie. It’s also very accessible for a wheelchair or a cane.


⭐️⭐️⭐️ It’s hard to screw up pizza, and they didn’t.

♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️ Flat and easy.

MidiCi Pic

4 thoughts on “MidiCi Pizza

  1. It is odd that toppings were applied after the pizza was cut. I’ve never seen that in my travels.
    Love your blog. Keep up the good work.


  2. I agree adding the prosciutto uncut is very hard to eat. Even with two working hands! Their toppings are put on before cooking not after. As for floppy, that’s the style they are going for, not New York style. Different cooking techniques and different pizzas. We eat at Midici every week.


  3. I, too, like their pizza but find the atmosphere lacking. The “cafeteria” feel of the upscale intended decor is weird. This pizza spot is a convenience only venue for me; hard to rival Christians on the Downtown Mall for both flavor and value.


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