This is going to be a very short concise review.
Calzones are still very new to me. In my entire life it is safe to say I have had about 3 calzones so I did not know what to expect. DP Dough is a restaurant that specializes in their calzones and when I say specialize I mean they have over 15 types of Calzones. Think of a calzone as a 2 pizza slices without marinara sauce put together and sealed off.
In this particular case I decided to go with the construction zone. This particular calzone is a create your own. I decided to add mozzarella cheese, sausage, pepperoni, ham, and ricotta. The calzone cost about 8 dollars and it came in respectable time, 30 minutes.
As I opened the box up I was somewhat disappointed. The calzone was very small, although it had a very nice chewy crust the portion size was meager. They filled the calzone with an abundance of tangy mozzarella cheese accompanied by the large amounts of tart ricotta. They were a bit lacking on the sausage and ham and pepperoni. The ham was practically not there, due to the very small cuts they gave. The pepperoni and sausage had a nice spice filled taste accompanied by the marinara sauce they gave. I give this place a 3/5.
Maybe I ordered the wrong dish? I will probably try it one more time, as all scientific experiments are repeated.