This national chain is a household name, thanks to its deep-dish and stuffed-crust pies..
Kid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the counter--whether customers choose to stay or go--and pies are baked per request. Pizzas--from the hand-tossed to the twisted crust--dominate the menu, but the restaurant also offers chicken wings, salads and cinnamon bread sticks.
Nota So Gooda. These people, based on my experience *(Several orders under my belt, to be fair) are poorly organized, Less than sympathetic, and just not as fun to deal with as they could be... I ordered last from them, with a business full of people that were practically starving, and waited an hour. Upon calling back, to verify my location and info, they elaborated they were unaware of my order. Re-ordering, and contacting corporate left me with a $5 gift certificate from corporate, and a building full of hungry, annoyed, people. Pizza made us all sick from there another time~ Not recomended on any level~
?. I have found that I either am part of a minority who actually likes tasty, crispy pizza, or others like myself are too busy eating pizza to volunteer our recommendations of this often over-looked source of incredible pizza fulfillment! I personally prefer a nice crispy crust, tangy pepperoni, and heaping amounts of cheese. I have yet to find a single place other than Pizza hut that can offer a crispy crust without making it a hard crust (which is not the same thing). Unfortunately, Pizza hut only does one thing well, and thats a straight laced pizza. It's bread sticks are dry, as are the buffalo wings. The lack of a fryer means no other common sides, like fries, mozzarella sticks, etc.. Everything has to come out of their special broiler, which means that they are unlikely to ever get good sides, other than their actually quite good cinnapizza thing.
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