When we arrived it was hopeful then we waited for our drinks forever refills that never happened, waitress was not friendly and the food was not to good the sauce tasted to much like tomatoes and no spices.
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First, I want to make it clear that I love Chuck's for what it is--a restaurant caught in a time warp with a menu that likely hasn't changed much since it opened nearly 60 years ago. The uneven floors, dark walls, weird wavy ceiling panels,...More
We live about 20 minutes away and find ourselves at Chuck's at least once every 4-6 weeks...any time we want pizza. The pizza is amazing-- loaded with toppings and flavor. I am a big fan of the things crust. We also enjoy the thin and...More
Wonderful local family owned spot that is a blast from the past. Head in watch the bar, sit in a slanted booth and the be ready for some of the best Pizza around. Big drinks, locals at the bar. AND the best Italian salad dressing.........More
Chuck's has been in business for more than 50 years, and hasn't changed a great deal over that time period. I can remember going there with my family as a young boy for their church-sponsored "spaghetti dinners", and the atmosphere now is pretty much as...More
Went to Chuck's tonight craving their thin and crispy onion rings. We usually have their excellent thin crust pizza but tonight they had a special sandwich, the Guido. Capacola, pepperoni, peppers, Italian dressing on a hoagie roll. I announced I had to have it and...More
This is a family owned restaurant for many years until recently sold to a life long customer. The food is great, romantic atmosphere. On Friday nights you have musicians play music for you. Full bar is available.
Went with large group. Onion rings were yummy! Those who had pizza said it was great. One person had Grinder - it was good. Other foods - not good. Burger overcooked. Shrimp scampi was served with Alfredo sauce (I've never had scampi with anything other...More