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By: Holly D.
Pizza Plus
Out of all the pizza places in our area, this place is my favorite. The pizza & cheese sticks are great, salad's are fresh, but the thing that puts this place above all others is their customer service. We've always had delivery and have never ate in, but everyone we've came in contact with have been superb, nice and friendly. I would recommend this place everyday. My family and I are huge fans!
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By: Camden H.
Pizza Plus
The food is awesome and great and the delivery was fast but when I call when you leave something out on my order when you deliver it I don't have an attitude because it's 30 minutes from closing time Throw me a dessert or something!!!!
By: Chris M.
Papa John's Pizza
It is the people who make this Papa John's exeptional!!! Thank you for the awsome pizza you made for us when we dropped ours!!
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By: Julia P.
Harbor House Seafood Restaurant
I loved it.. It was very very good I would go every day if I could.. Love the carb legs love it love it
By: reviewsbyme123
Chef Heathers
I love Heather's food and prices!!
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By: Jose C.
Little Caesars Pizza Abingdon
Not bad..gotta love quick pizza
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