The first negative is price. Though the small, personal flatbread pizza isn’t ridiculous on its own ($12), when you make it gluten free and add even one topping it springs up to $17. For an extra large deep dish pizza that wouldn’t be ridiculous, but for a personal flatbread pizza I believe that the total should never get that high. The bill for two pizzas and one drink was a surprising $40, with only two additions and two gluten-free pizzas. I understand that these ingredients cost more, but down in the Detroit area I’m used to getting the same quality for half the price. The second negative is the lack of toppings. For such an expensive price, I’d expect each topping to make it onto every piece of pizza. However, the toppings are sparse and I found myself wondering if a couple of them had even made it on the pizza.
If you knew me, you would know that I'm all about toppings. When I go to Blazes I just keep telling them to load em' on! I don't remember the toppings being this sparse the first time I came to Stormcloud, but they sure were this time and it was disappointing and even more so when I saw the bill. I would suggest getting a regular pizza and if you have a gluten free allergy get one gluten free pizza and maybe some sides. It tallies up fast especially if you want to sample some of their microbrews. If money is not something you care about then tell them to load on more toppings! I, myself, am a teacher and ... that's all I really need to say. :)
I’ll be back for sure- the flavor combinations are truly unique and addictive, and the location clinches the deal- Frankfort has a few good places, but this is the only one of its kind in the area. It’s especially perfect after an 8-mile bike ride next to the glistening Crystal Lake between Beulah and Frankfort. Stop in or if you're feelin' Asian (-_-) try The Fusion across the street.