MOD Pizza — Plaza Dr
Vallejo, CA
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Galilea
Sat, May 26 at 06:27pm

I like your scents and slime kits and the glue that I buy there
Melissa Peterson
Tue, Nov 13 at 11:09pm

One of Sam's Club's great Black Friday deals is Roomba’s E5 model for $250, a $100 savings.
Jessica Fisher
Tue, Nov 13 at 01:50pm

Best Buy will open at 5pm on Thanksgiving this year. Unlike some other retailers, the Black Friday sale prices are only valid Thursday (11/22) through Saturday.
Sarah Jenkins
Tue, Nov 13 at 12:15pm

I like the friendly staff and the online check-in. If we plan it right, there is little or no wait. Here's the price list for the Palo Alto Great Clips. I noticed that the prices can vary quite a bit more…by location.
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Kellie Bowers
Sat, Mar 16 at 07:52am

This is a great little store. Great prices and quite a large selection, for the size of the store! Staff is always friendly and helpful!
margaret magnusen
Sun, Feb 3 at 09:58am

Great service! They are extremely knowledgeable! Jay the manager, was very helpful and easy to work with!
Bonnie Cox Coone
Sat, Dec 29 at 07:26am

I like the Audio Dept., CDs and phone cards.

Who we are

MOD is the original superfast pizza experience – a pioneering fast-casual concept that puts you in the driver’s seat. Artisan-style pizzas and salads are individually sized, made on demand, and ready in just minutes. Choose from over 30 toppings – the price stays the same no matter what you pick. At its heart, however, MOD is a platform for doing good. The idea? If we take care of our employees, they’ll take care of you, and our business will take care of itself. We call it Spreading MODness, and after opening stores across the U.S. and U.K., we think it’s working.

How we started

MOD was founded in 2008 by husband and wife, Scott and Ally Svenson, in their hometown of Seattle. Inspired by their own search for quick, affordable, wholesome restaurant options for their growing family, they started to wonder if there were a better way of doing pizza – and business. The last thing the world needed was another pizza place, but maybe this one could be different. What if everyone could get exactly what they wanted, made fresh on demand, for as little as possible? And what if employees were paid as much as possible and given real opportunities for growth, even second chances? It all started sounding pretty great, and soon Scott and Ally were opening the first MOD Pizza in downtown Seattle.

Our people-first mission

Spreading MODness means a lot of things, but mostly it means treating our employees (aka the MOD Squad) right. By putting people first, we strive to be a force for positive change in their lives and the communities they serve. From above-industry pay and benefits to hiring people with special needs – including people in need of a second chance – our ethos is deeply rooted in acceptance, opportunity and development. The result? An amazing spirit of individuality, teamwork and service has emerged. It’s our culture of doing good – and it’s catching on.

Food to feel good about

Food authenticity is a huge deal with us – where it comes from, how it’s prepared – and of course, how it tastes. From hand-pressing our dough daily, to roasting our own vegetables, to banning the bad stuff – we’ve made it a priority to keep our food true. We’re also mindful of animal ethics, environmental impact, and working with food partners that share our commitment to quality. If we wouldn’t serve it to our kids, we won’t serve it to you. It’s that simple.

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