Pizza >Little Caesars Pizza
Ok I will compose this considering that I knew I was going in to only pay $5.00 plus tax for a pizza so my expectations was NOT high. I was in the area and hungry. At this intersection you have a modest choice of fast food, Mc's staek house, The Bell of Taco, so called King of Burgers and Caesars. I chose pizza because I like pizza more than others. As I approached the shop and saw a banner read Re-grand opening new management I began to wonder why. There were 2 customers leaving as I walked in, it was around 2:30 P.M. Today,Sunday March 03, 2003 so I figured the pizzas were moving quickly. I bought a pepperoni pizza and was walking out. The customers after me wanted 2 cheese but they only had 1 in the warmer and was told it would only be a minute or so. I went out to my car and opened the box, the pizza looked dry. I took the first piece out and bit into it.. Super yuck!!!. The driest pizza I have ever encountered. I have had pizza from everywhere around the world and this was by far the worst pizza I have ever tried both fresh and frozen. The pepperoni was just like wood chips and the sauce reminded me of a mud pit in the middle of the desert. Yes I know I only paid $5 bucks but still come on, supply some sort of quality. Next time I will call hungry howies and eat their more decent flavorful pizza. I suggest the new management close this shop and go and LEARN how to make quality pizza at a decent value because you just don't have it now.
Long-standing pizza chain delivers doughy, savory-sauced pies from strip malls and locales far and wide..
With locations across the country, this mostly carryout pizza purveyor started in Michigan in 1959, thanks to an injured shortstop from the Detroit Tigers farm team. Known for its traditional round pizzas, Little Caesar's also offers a square deep-dish variety with toppings like pepperoni, sausage, ham, black olives and anchovies. The menu stays simple with a few additional bites like wings, garlic and Parmesan-sprinkled bread sticks, a handful of sub sandwiches and salads.
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