• 1.Waterworks Plumbing

    11349 Palm Dr

    Desert Hot Springs,CA

    9.70 mi

    15% Off Any Plumbing Service 24/7

    Welcome to Waterworks Plumbing! We are a 24/7 plumbing company ready to serve you wherever you are. We service residential, commercial and emergency plumbing issues. We provide outstanding customer se

  • 2.McKeever Waterworks

    49024 Croquet Ct

    Indio,CA

    19.00 mi

  • 3.Able Waterworks & Backflow

    Banning,CA

    6.52 mi

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07/16/2016
By: Daniel C.
Nypd
This is based on two different experiences. Dining in and delivery.First off, don't bring your kids here. The seating isn't family friendly, nor is the atmosphere. You really can't blame the customers for the experience... But when asking the guy at the door if it's family friendly an honest answer would have been appropriate.The food was pretty awesome though, albeit the online menu wasn't up to date...As of delivery, please don't say 45 mins to an hour and then make me wait 90 minutes. If it's late, call me and let me know. Tonight the wait isn't too big of a deal, as I'm just waiting with my wife who just had a baby. I can wait, no prob, but making my wife wait, I'm pissed. Not posting this yet, because I want to wait for the pizza... The 90 minute wait for a pizza.They're at 4 stars, and will lose a star for every extra 15 mins past 90 mins.
03/04/2014
By: lshantz
Shakey's Pizza Parlor
Some people are being hard on them. All you can eat chicken, pizza and salad for $10.00! That is cheap for Palm Springs! Down the street started at. $16.00 and they weren't even open! Is it 5 star? Of course not, but they have fresh quality ingredients. The pizza is thin crust. The nice thing though it is not just a typical pizza house. Chicken was awesome!
05/07/2015
By: Peter G.
Giuseppe's Pizza & Pasta
One of the top casual informal classy dining in Palm springs. True chicago Italian roots this is the highest praise we can give to an Italian restaurant. Great pizza, and a broad menu of real food properly done.
04/03/2014
By: john.straw
Giuseppe's Pizza & Pasta
Crowded with locals on a Wednesday night at 8 PM. We sat out on a nice little patio. Delicious Chicago-style pizza. Good pasta, yummy Rosemary bread. Very enjoyable!
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07/03/2015
By: Tatiana R.
Spaghetteria
Great food wonderful family owned
05/07/2015
By: Peter G.
Palermo's New York Pizza
Best pizza in Palm springs.
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