Hounddog's Three Degree Pizza
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
- Old North Columbus, University District
Hounddog's 3 Degree Pizza
- Pizza, Take Out Restaurants, Italian Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Take Out, Italian, European, Continental, Pizza
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
06/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The pizza here is ok, used to be much better years ago. I can taste the cutting of corners for food costs as the quality of products has declined. Don't come here if you are looking for service. During my last visit, the place wasn't crowded, but the unoccupied tables were all dirty from previous diners. We sat at one of these table for 15 mins without even being noticed. I finally started clearing our own table by putting things on the dirty table next to us and the server started bitching at us for it. wtf. While arriving and leaving, outside where all the customers are coming and leaving, half of the the service and kitchen staff and friends were acting very childish, loud, and obnoxious. Never going back which is sad because this place was a staple of mine up until recently.
09/08/2009Provided by Citysearch -
When I was a little younger and not as terribly concerned with service, I didn't mind Hound Dog's and their complete lack of care when it comes to customers; now, it irritates me beyond belief. On my very last visit there, I went to pick up a pizza because I was informed that they no longer deliver to my apartment. (Them and everyone else, even though I'm two blocks from campus--but they're kind of far away so I understand.) They did not tell me a time over the phone, so I assumed that it was ready and that I should go ahead and drive over. Once I got there, I waited over an hour for a pizza that was probably done before I walked in the door; the staff asked me my name, couldn't find the pizza that was right in front of them (I saw them look at it several times, and it did end up being mine), and couldn't be bothered to ask a follow-up question or ask anybody in the kitchen if they knew about the order. No offer to compensate us for the hour-and-a-half, possibly hour-and-forty-five-minute wait. I knew from the look on her face that she strongly suspected that was my pizza when I walked in the door; I've worked food service and I know it can be confusing when orders change--that's why you ask instead of just ignoring it and hoping it goes away. Their service is inexcusable; they wouldn't have a business without the customers, so why treat them like dirt?
07/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Hounddog's Pizza is the best you will find close to campus. If you've ever had Plank's pizza, this is at least as good if not much better, depending on your taste. Be sure to get the Smokin-Joe style, as the spices really make it the best pizza around the area. If you want a sterile, lifeless atmosphere, then don't go to Hounddog's. It doesn't look like the cleanest place from the outside, and the inside might look a little worn, but don't be fooled! This place has awesome food. If you're in the area, try it at least once - you won't regret it!
it's a crap shoot with this place. if you're a stoned 20-something, then have at it.
8/10 times the resulting order looks like it was made by the same demographic. 45min-3hour delivery time. vegitable shortening, salt, and borderline garlic on your crust doesn't make the experience any better; especially if it's not warm anymore.
2/10 times, though, it looks as though someone made your pie for their grandma.
good luck. the odds are stacked against you.
04/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This is some of the best pizza in Columbus, but make sure you get the smokin' joes crust. If you like pizza you definitly don't want to miss out on this place. They also have happy hours on weeknights where you can get $1 draft beers, which is a pretty good deal. The one caution I have is that the crowd can get a little crazy after typical dinner hours and on weekend nights, so if you want to the take the family, stick to monday-thursday earlier in the evening or for lunch.
04/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This pizza is something you might want to consider after a couple of drinks: it is greasy and overly salted.
We usually do not throw food away , but in this case we finally decided to.
To be just: the order process was uncomplicated, the staff professional and the delivery extremely fast. The pizza was hot, and the price is competitive, that is not the case with the quality.