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07/03/2017
By: Jonathan S.
Hartford Road Pizza
We only put in a take-out order for a large pizza with 4 veggie toppings. The seaoned spinach topping was great (garlicky, not hot like Thai food hot) especially, and entire pizza was excellent. The gent who took my order on the phone did not seem rushed or tense at all - even tho closing time was just 20 minutes away. Pizza was ready quickly and very hot (temperature). Our son has been there before and recommended the place.
04/01/2017
By: Mrs B.
Vic's Pizza
Great good favorite pizza place my family and me enjoy our weekly take out from here owner is very nice
01/19/2017
By: Paul F.
October Kitchen
Great service, delicious food, easy and convenient. The combination of weekly delivery being available or carry out from the retail side is great. Good for my older parents or my family. Who has time or energy to cook, this is ready to heat and eat, healthy and home style.
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10/11/2016
By: Eric R.
Little Caesars
Don't answer phone, NO SPICES LIKE OTHER SHOPS FOR 5 YEARS. Don't answer phone, NO SPICES LIKE OTHER SHOPS FOR 5 YEARS
01/17/2016
By: Jeanne C.
Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut has funny commercials so we tried it. The online order system is fun and handy, but the pizza was a sore disappointment :(. Tasted like a processed crust from a can and was very "cookie cutter" when it came to authenticity. Never again for us, a three year old might enjoy tho!
01/17/2016
By: Jeanne C.
Manchester Pizza & Grill
great food............owner is grumpy at the employees! But we love going for take out:)......................................................................
12/04/2014
By: Erik Y.
Filomena's Pizzeria
Very friendly staff, high quality food, they don't have the largest menu in the world, but it's definitely sufficient and what they do me they make well
02/12/2014
By: Terri C.
Filomena's Pizzeria
I have been a loyal customer until tonight. I ordered a pizza with all bacon, half hamburger and the other half with pepperoni for my husband's birthday dinner. It came with hamburger on the entire thing. I called to report and ask for a new pizza to be sent out. I was told that although they were busy, the cook was certain he made my pizza correctly. I said that I was looking at it and can see the hamburger all over it. I was then told to 'pick it off'. I said 'no' and that I wanted a new one made quickly. They agreed to do so. They called me back a few minutes later to ask if they can just send out a personal size the way we wanted half the pizza. At this point, I lost it! I told them to come pick up their pizza and give me my money back. I let them know that they were rude and lacked customer service to tell me to 'pick it off' was rude. This is not my first negative encounter with this establishment. They have failed to credit me for coupons used and when called out on it, never credited the money owed. I will never do business with Filomena's again and suggest that you think twice also!
02/25/2013
By: pbhoem
Center Pizza
One of the few best pizza I ever tried.
01/22/2013
By: eric.guilmette.56
Filomenas Pizzaria
pizza is always good service is great no complaints probably the best pizza in Manchester
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