Last Update: Sep 15th, 2021
Jets 2021

Jet's Pizza

1300 Oakland Park Blvd
Fort Lauderdale FL, 33334
(954) 565-5387
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Attire: Casual
Parking: Private Lot
CC: Yes
Alcohol: None
Prices: Moderate
Outside Dining: Yes
Reservations: No
Delivery: Yes

Critic's Review

I felt like pizza today, and I hadn't been to Jet's since 2013. Unfortunately nothing has changed.

I went to their website and thought maybe I'd order a slice and a meatball sub. They don't have a menu, just a disastrous online order system where you can't see any prices before you put an item into your basket. They tell you how many calories each option has, but not how much it costs. They don't have meatball subs, so that idea was out. A slice was $2.99. I wasn't ordering 1 slice online.

I walked in around 3p and there was 1 dude waiting at the counter. Still dark and eerie with the afternoon sun beating in.

Jets inside 2021

I got to the window and a guy behind the counter asked if he could help me.

Jets window

Me: "1 Slice of Pepperoni please"
Him: "I'd have to make it for you"
Me: "Do you have plain slices"
Him: "I don't have anything made".
Me: turns and walk out the door

So what are the chances of going into a pizza place twice in 8 years and them not having a slice either time? How can you not have 1 pizza; not even 1 in the fridge?

Don't come here for a slice.

Review 1/11/2013

Jet's Pizza New Location

When I was a kid growing up on Long Island we used to chip in for gas and head over to Trotta's Pizza in Smithtown; they had square pizza that wasn't really Sicilian; it was thinner than Sicilian but it had the crispy, caramelized edges that transformed the usual throw-away crust into the entire point of the slice. We went in there stoned one day, and my friend asked for a root beer. "We're out of root beer", the owner said. "What else do you have?", my friend asked. "We have Coke, Sprite and root beer", said the owner, obviously reciting from rote memory. "Ok, I'll have a root beer". I think we laughed for an hour. I guess you had to be there.

Now that I'm more calorie conscious I don't usually go for the square pizza, so Jet's isn't usually on my radar. They also have round pizza, but getting a round pizza slice at Jet's is like getting a salad an McDonald's. For years they've been located in the center by Whole Foods, but now they've moved to a larger, standalone location on Oakland Park blvd.

Jet's Pizza Counter

The old location was a narrow, tiled hallway with a counter on the end. Not a place for dining in. I guess the tile part of the Jet's thing, because they've rebuilt the bathroom-like walls in the new location.

Jet's Pizza Signature Tiles

There's a room with tables so you can more easily eat in now. I ordered a slice, and the counter guy informed me that it was square, which they didn't on my last visit. He said that they didn't have any slices and that a pie was coming out in "5 or 6 minutes". Ok, not too bad. So I sat on a metal bench and waited.

15 minutes later, still no slice. I was thinking that a guy who makes pizzas all day long knows exactly how long it takes to cook a pizza, so he must have known that a pie wasn't coming out in 5 minutes. He must have just put it in. 17 minutes later, the slice came out in a bag.

Jet's Slice

The slices here are hearty; 1 slice is enough for a good snack. The sauce and cheese is ok; this particular corner only had about an inch of the crispy good stuff. It's a decent slice, but it's more bread than I want. They lose a service star for BSing me about how long I'd have to wait.

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Nick Orow
Thank you for giving my Jet's Pizza location a try. I'm sorry for the service that you received when you came in. Whoever kept you waiting that long for a slice of pizza should be ashamed of themselves. Thank you for your review. We will use it to better the service we provide to our community and it's visitor's. Sincerely, Nick Orow. Owner / Operator.

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