I recently went over to Rock'N Dough Pizza with the guys of Dine01 for their Best Pizza in Memphis Month. This was their first stop on their quest, but I've previously had Rock'N Dough and I really enjoyed it. Here's a recap of this experience. 


Walking into Rock'N Dough you can't help but to notice the trendy chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. I'm really into little details and they definitely got my attention instantly with these awesome pieces of art. 

The Burger, Pepperoni, and Cheese Pizza

Ok let's just jump right into it. Let's get to the pizza! I had a slice of the Pepperoni and a slice of the Burger, which tasted exactly like a cheeseburger but better! I'm normally not a big pizza fan and I especially don't go after a slice of Pepperoni, but I tried it anyway and I was impressed with Rock'N Dough's offering. I don't know if I can attribute it all to the dough, but it certainly helped. 


The sauce and secret dough are made fresh daily.

Rock'N Dough is known for their secret recipe dough. It's a recipe that even I couldn't get out of them, so it must be heavily guarded. The dough is actually very good. I can see why people go nuts over it. The pizza has the taste of a slice I had once while in Chicago. FYI, the slices are huge and you definitely have to fold this thing up to make it happen.  I can't say that I know what makes this dough tick. I tried to taste the individual ingredients in the dough, but I was unsuccessful. I will just say, go and see if you have better luck. 

Patio

Rock'N Dough started out on the food truck scene before getting a brick and mortar spot. They started out next to Amerigo on Ridgeway, but quickly outgrew that place and moved to their new location on Poplar and Highland. They also have a brand new location coming soon in Germantown. They also have a location in Jackson, TN. 


Rock'N Dough features a full bar, multiple big screen TVs for various sports, a awesome patio, and have plans to install a micro brewery as well. They sell pizza by the slice as well as by the pie. Side Note: I've always wondered why they called pizza pies. Things I may never know!  

Where the magic happens!!

I encourage you to try out Rock'N Dough pizza! Tell me how you like it! Drop a comment! Also, they have Sunday brunch!! Oh how I love a Sunday Funday! You can check out Rock'N Dough on their website at www.rockndoughpizza.com or via their social media pages! Go see my guy JJ as well! He's the area development manager and is a great guy to sit and have a conversation with! Tell him Mike at one901 sent you! 

Life is for Living,

Michael B.

Instagram: @_one901

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