Yes, there are still lines outside D’Buzza Pizza these days. Although that may be the pizzeria of your choice in the Leeum Museum area, there is one right next door which has quietly held its ground since 2014. The name: Jackson Pizza. Interestingly enough, it's D’Buzza Pizza’s second venture focused on Chicago-style deep dishes. The store remains laidback most of the time, but the main reason it’s survived for the past three years is most probably due to its "1 pizza per person" concept. Jackson Pizza serves 8 inch-pizzas of your choice (per person) to 14-inch pizzas (for sharing). All the pizzas are served in a box, so that you can easily get your left-over slices packed to go. How about the taste? Well, unfortunately, it's not up to par with what's served at D’Buzza Pizza.
Both the original crust ‘Hawaiian Pizza’ and the ‘Jackson Five’ deep-dish pizza did not deliver, and even with a good amount of cheese and tomato sauce, they tasted a little bland. An upside, however, is the availability of milkshakes here (some cheesy deep dish with a side of chocolate milkshake, anyone?). There are also chicken wings, fries, and bolognese spaghetti, which are great when you're looking for an easy meal or snack around the area.
|Venue name:||Jackson Pizza|
26-1, Itaewon-ro 55ga-gil,
|Opening hours:||11:30-22:30(Last order 22:00)|
|Price:||Jackson Five 19,000 won.|