Must have caught them on an off night. Sorry, but really Disappointed with a "jacks" style frozen pizza. Not what we expected.
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I was the only person in the place-it was early The pizza is brick oven thin crust, very good. The salad was lettuce and tomato- not very good. The waitress was pleasant but did not offer me any water after I drank a glass. Still...More
Pizza was good. We had a large two topping and cheesy bread. Total was just over $20. Cheese bread was $6.50 and was only 4 pieces- little disappointed there, but tasted good. Only downside... I have had an upset stomach since... related?! Also, really old...More
Don't know when this was built or decorated but I was born in '48 and this is what I remember a restaurant being as a child. No loud music, video games, or wifi internet connection but the service is friendly, the food good, and the...More
Yes the place in old and in need of updates. They have the best thin crust pizza I have ever eaten. Used to get their pies in the early 80's and it was exactly like it is now, so quite dated; pizza hasn't changed either....More
or maybe 40's! Pizza is like old-fashioned, and their Greek salads are great too, place might seem a little dingy, but if you're open to change, you'll get good food in a unique atmosphere, I've eaten there many times
As far as escanaba goes, if you want thin crust italian style pizza in a restaurant that hasn't changed since you were dating your wife, come to Muellers.