I had a very small salad that cost $4.00. However, the Greek dressing was good. My Gyro was overcooked and not much to speak of. I feel the fries we the best part of my meal. I think I should have tried the pizza.
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Still worth the time for a stop and not only for just fond memories! They seriously make a darn good pizza in spite of changing hands throughout the years. We enjoyed the window view and booth overlooking the downtown and scarfed eagerly on great pizzas...More
This was our first time visiting since they did some kitchen renovations and updated their menus. Our group was extremely disappointed to see that they no longer cut their pizza into the little squares that is one of their long standing trademarks. Their menu also...More
After reading the review on Trip Advisor, we stopped in for lunch. A perfect pint of Guiness was very good. We ordered the thin crust house special pizza. A medium was all we could eat. The pizza had a very good crust, tasty sauce, a...More
Two bars with good selection of tapers and plenty of cans and bottles to pick from. Two big dining areas and a kids party room. For appetizers we had cheese curds and onion rings, nothing special about ether. But the pizzas I will come back...More
The place is huge, it's much bigger than it appears from the outside. Two huge banquet rooms upstairs to accommodate large parties. Ben the manager is excellent. We had a last minute change of plans and Steve's Pizza Palace saved our fundraising event. The manager...More
Our party of 5 well fed! Great texture & taste on the thin crust. Cajun good, a bit strong on shrimp flavor, House was our favorite & Mediterranean good. Guinness on tap always a plus! A decent selection of beers. A bit on pricey side...More