I think they had to cancel the "guarantee" due to legal reasons. I believe a driver got in a bad accident way back and they couldn't advertise a guarantee any longer.
Little Ceasers and Dominos are to pizza as what Frozen Tinas Burrito are to mexican food.
"Would you like that pizza cut in four pieces or eight?"
"Make it four, I'm not real hungry."
Years ago I went to Pizza Hut and my dad asked the girl at the register how big a large was. She proceeded to tell him how many pieces it was cut into. Being an engineer, I think his brain was fried. He couldn't even respond.
This girl should be thankful there is a minimum wage.
I miss a really good pizza place locally was Bojays in Santa Monica but it closed up then there was a chicago pizza place that was awesome 4 block from that and then it closed up also. So until I get a good "mom/pop" "Hidden hole in wall joint" thats "under the radar" or "biggest secret in La" Ill settle for
a take an bake 10 buck pizza from cosco, but lately i think the cheese has changed somewhat, it does have qute the same texture as before, i cant put my finger on it, but still good.
Little ceasars $5 1 topping large pizza. Cant go wrong for 5 bucks. I usually order a thin crust double cheese and then pring it home and put fresh anchovie slices and grated fresh parmesean cheese.
the occasional pappa john pizza deal
Is "Pizza Man" and his cardboard pizza still around?
I don't have much against Dominos but I certainly do not prefer their pizza, their breadsticks are alright but hella greasy. Costco always puts out good food when it comes to pizza and hotdogs. I would much rather get a $5 hot n' ready pizza from Little Ceasar's over Dominos... But over that there are a lot of mom and pop pizzerias around here that I would be more inclined to try over one of the big chains. I also like those Mama Rosa frozen pizzas at the grocery store.
Anybody see that Nathans Hot Dogs are now available at Sams Club!