My husband had go go here, since we moved away several years ago. The pizza was fine but it was so cold in the restaurant that we had to keep our coats on.
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Nothing special here, and they discontinued the steak and cheese pizza, pretty much the only reason I came here. they still make steak and cheese subs, but no effort made to say they could throw those same ingredients on a Pizza when I asked for it. Just a flat out no we don't have that. I guess it has something... More
The pizza is soggy. It can only be eaten with a knife and fork which btw is plastic. At the $4.99 all-you-can-eat you don't get meatballs and they don't tell you that when ordering. Then once our food came out we asked where the meatballs were and they said they are an extra charge. Thanks for not telling us when... More
I ordered delivery and it was delivered from a college student named Aaron (I asked). He delivered my order and chatted with my kids while I was getting him the money. He was efficient, kind, and smiled and thanked me when he left. The food order was accurate and the food was hot and fresh. I will be ordering from... More
I though it was a Papa John's so we swung off the highway fpr a quick bite. It was not a pizza joint however, but the did have good food. Terry had the BLT [$6.95], I had the tuna salad [$6.59] and 2 sodas and we had a good meal for only $19...can't beat it!
Papa Gino's has one of the best pizzas around, closest to a NY pizza you can find around here. Sorry mom & pop shops, you can't even compare!