This is the best take out pizza as far as normal thin crust goes. The cheese doesn’t taste artificial, and the sauce has a rich flavor that is devoid of that most dreaded of all spices, oregano. In addition, Papa John embeds its mushrooms within a protective layer of cheese to protect the little mushroom heads from being toasted by the uncaring heat of the conveyor belt oven beating mercilessly down from both sides. As a result, if you like mushrooms, you’ll love Papa Johns because they are not burnt to a crisp or dried out, they are moist and delicious in their cheesy cocoons. As an added bonus, you get garlic dippin’ sauce to moisten up the crust that your spoiled children refuse to eat, and hot peppers to punish them with if they disrespectfully grab the first slice. Papa Johns recently introduced a pan pizza, but I must regretfully inform you that it does not match the quality of Pizza Hut pan. So, for pan stick to the Hut, but for thin, go for your Papa.