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07/14/2017
By: Brenda H.
Steve's Pizza
worst customer service. the owner was very rude. tried the pizza and wasn't good at all. wont be coming back here for sure
07/14/2017
By: Miguel R.
Steve's Pizza
horrible customer service. the pizza is not good either. it was old and dry. the owner was very rude as well. don't recommend this place
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05/29/2017
By: Nicole E.
Blaze Pizza
Love this place! Both the pizzas and salads are good, I love to make my own and add all the toppings I want!
10/18/2016
By: Teresa L.
Papa Murphy's Take N Bake Pizza
Friendly staff and decent pizza for the price. My favorite is the Mediterranean pizza. We go every few months and haven't had a bad experience.
10/12/2016
By: Rosie E.
Blaze Pizza
This is a great made to order pizza chain! The food is consistently good and they have quality ingredients. I highly suggest making your own pizza. If you want more toppings, just ask! I've tried all of these similar types of franchises and they are definitely number one! I would go to this place over Pieology anytime.
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10/11/2016
By: Lori lee B.
Il Forno Classico
The service was great & quick. Food was average. Many choices but highly over seasoned. Too much !!!
10/05/2016
By: Jen M.
Il Forno Classico
We dine here about twice a month. What we love is that the food is consistently delicious, the wine list is amazing & wines by the glass change frequently. The bread is YUMMY! Our favorites are spaghetti pomodoro and the portobello sandwich (we are vegetarians). Enjoy!
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05/04/2016
By: Jackie S.
Steve's Pizza
They have great pizza. It was a nice and clean place. Great service. Staff was nice and friendly.
04/24/2016
By: Patricia H.
Blaze Pizza
Its better if you go there and eat as opposed to take-out. Not all options on the website (which is where you order take-out) are available at the location. Pre-made salads are probably better earlier in the day.
04/12/2016
By: Laura W.
Steve's Pizza
We always have family fun when we go for Pizza there. Food is excellent and the place is clean. Even when they deliver the pizza it's always delicious. Service is wonderful.
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