I had to repeat my order several times as they weren't paying a lick of attention to me. They got the price wrong both times. Another time they couldn't figure out how to count my change.
Just seemed like they were depressed emmu kids waiting for the next vampire meeting.
Man, don't you watch South Park? Emo kids AREN'T vampires!!!!
I would vote Great Plains but if I was wanting the best bang for my buck with a delivery Pizza I'd have to go with Pizza Pit. Not sure what they charge now but my floor was a big fan of the $4.99 late night special.
What's the "new" pizza place on Duff like? I can't remember exactly where it is, down near Walmart/Target. Something's Pizzaria. Has anybody tried that yet?
I'm going to be in the meh crowd for Great Plains. Maybe it was just overhyped. but, it just seemed like so much dough, and hardly any ingredients. I was underwhelmed, but I've only been there once. I'd try it again, though...
Black Market Pizza is going to open up March 2. You guys should all go pick up a pizza. It's owned by three guys that got laid-off because of this lousy economy and they cashed in their 401k to start this pizza place (there was an article on CNN about it). Go to blackmarketpizza.com and just look at how tasty that pizza looks. I'll be there once it opens and help these guys out since they've had a rough last couple of months.
The best pizza i've ever had is in this little town in Colorado called BEAU JOE'S. It takes pizza to a new level it's so good. I do like Happy Joe's blt a lot though. that's probably my favorite that i eat regularly.
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