Now I’ve generally gone to small local pizza shops, but they’ve become rather pricey and the quality can vary significantly. Last winter, I decided to look at some of the big chains. The first one I tried was Domino’s Pizza. It was cheap and they had a special at the time. It was ok, but nothing to write home about. My next choice was good old Pizza Hut. It’s a bit better then Domino’s, but a bit pricey. Also getting to it was a bit of a hassle. (I don’t do delivery. I’m to cheap)
Then I saw an ad for Papa John’s on the tube one night. (That would be television to the youth of the world, not YouTube) I recalled seeing it not far from the Anger Central Main Office and thought I would give it a try. I was impressed. Unlike Domino’s, when I ask for extra sauce and light cheese, they actually give me extra sauce and light cheese. I really like the Jalapeno and garlic dipping sauce that’s included with the pizza.
All three companies have online ordering, which I use, however it looks like only Papa John’s has a “club” that lets you get a free pizza after you’ve bought a few. Free is always good. Another think I like is that the pizza lasts. By this, I don’t mean that the leftover pizza will last, I mean that there IS leftover pizza in the first place. One of my problems, and one major reason I don’t get pizza all that often, is a habit of trying to eat the whole thing in one sitting. Domino’s and Pizza Hut, along with other local establishments just don’t fill me up. With Papa John’s, I can eat one or two slices and I’m actually full. This means I will have several days worth of leftovers and I don’t feel like I just ate a buffalo an hour later. (Cold pizza for breakfast! An American tradition!)
The Papa John’s I go to is a couple of miles from our offices and is very handy. I’m usually in and out in a matter of minutes. The establishment is clean, the people there are good humored and the aroma carries out into the parking lot.
Therefore, I heartily recommend Papa John’s Pizza.
~The Angry Systems Administrator~