Ninos Pizza in Goldsboro, NC with Reviews -
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By: Jimmy C.
Domino's Pizza
I called about a pizza for the 7.99 one and when I went to place a order and told him what I wanted was double pepperoni and beef and I always have cheddar cheese and the guy said it would be 13.49 and I told him that I always get cheddar and he told me that I couldn't get it and I told him that I would call Pam which is the manager there and he told me to do what I had to do, Never the less he was the rudest person I have ever talk to and he finally made it but it tasted like cardboard and it was hard and cold and I was there before it came out of the oven, Don't know what he done but I was highly dispionted with it, And I call the manager and she didn't do nothing but take up for him.
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By: Stephanie A.
Pizza Hut
I had the pleasure of speaking with Kristen Currin. She was very nice and patient with me. Also, very knowledgeable of their menu and made good suggestions..
By: snafuguru
Pizza Hut
The facility is clean service friendly but not enough selections. Not everyone likes thin crust pizza. It Is cheaper and faster to make.
By: Christina B.
Papa Murphy's Take N Bake Pizza
Very clean restaurant! Friendly and helpful employees who always greet you with a smile. I appreciated the help to my car!
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By: Ryan M.
Papa Murphy's Take N Bake Pizza
Best pizza, hands down! Very nice people, hope you guys do well.
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By: Sandy F.
Brooklyn Pizzeria
Largest pizza I ever saw. Outstanding pizza!
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