Pizza preference can bring otherwise genteel, thinking folk to near fisticuffs. You like that Neopolitan sag? Sick! Cracker thin and crispy? Boring! Deep dish? Don't even talk to me. But here's the thing with Red Wagon: They've made a pizza that almost nobody can argue with. There's a crisp-chew on the crust with just the right amount of wood-fire char to prove its integrity. But like a pretty girl with a heart of gold, this crust is actually wholesome. Only locally milled Sunrise heritage wheat flour goes in, for something that's both good, and good for you, but still tastes as though it isn't, like pizza ought.