Jet's Pizza is a Michigan-based pizza chain with a southern outpost on Mason-Montgomery Road. My experience with Michigan-based pizza chains has not be 100% positive - Domino's and Little Caesar's aren't the best. But actual Detroit-style pizza when done well can be very good. Detroit-style pizza is similar to Sicilian-style. It's pan-cooked and rectangular with a thick and crispy crust. I've had some excellent pie at Louie's Pizza in Detroit, and was hoping to re-live that a bit locally.
This is a pick-up and delivery place located in a strip mall, with a couple tables outside. Using a three tier conveyor oven, the pizza is cooked at a level of efficiency the Big Three Automakers can only dream of... Despite the pizza's thickness, ours only took ten minutes. I took a picture of the oven through the front window (excuse the glare):
Jet's also offers thin-crust, but we decided on an XL Thick Crust pizza. You can get the crust with butter, garlic or romano. Or, there's the "Turbo Crust" which includes all three:
Here's the crust only, minus the corner for some reason (I sent this slice back):
In sum, Jet's pizza just "works" - It's a good pie worth trying. It's a very good delivery pizza (better than the vast majority of chain pizza in Cincy) and very good option for this style of pie. I've heard the complaint that they're a little expensive, but Jet's also has daily specials. If you take advantage of those when ordering, you can get a pretty nice deal here.