Despite the puffy lip and the blackened, burst air pockets, most of this crust was not only thin and chewy but also floppy. (A member of our pizza-crawl crew with knowledge of the situation said this is standard at Modern.) Our large pie ($17) exhibited topping slippage, less on the half with slices of hot cherry peppers (not shown here) than on the half with sausage, which had been crumbled atop the mozzarella and sauce in generous, irregular chunks. That's what fingers are for.
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