I grew up eating at Cassano's I remember it even when I was really little. This was always my farvorite Pizza shop until about 5 years ago. I still love that thin crust deluxe very much and would go as far to say it is the best pie I have ever had, the toppings are perfect, the sauce is awesome! It just flat out taste great! (I grew up in New Carlisle and that to me is the best shop) This shop on brandt sold me a pie with the crust so hard that is broke apart like a cracker. That and not liking the handtossed style they have because it is just too thick has me going there less and less. Like I said the thin crust is still unchanged and awesome. There subs are pretty good and I actually like the steak sub a lot. The prices have gone through the roof and even a good coupon for Cassono's still makes it more costly than other really good shops. Overall it is a great place to sit down and have a great meal (minus the thick crusts pizza's). If you don't mind spending a little bit more money it really is worth the stop. One of the better local pizza chains.
We first ate at Dewey's near Montgomery Town Centre mall outside of Cincinnati and loved it. At the time we were living in Colorado and could visit California Pizza Kitchen. We have since moved to Dayton and found a Dewey's here. It's just as good as the first one we tried. The salads are beyond outstanding (and I'm very picky about my salads and dressings - I make all my own dressings homemade), the beer selection is varied and good, and the pizza and calzones are some of the best we've had anywhere in the country. They make the standards (cheese, pepperoni, hawaiian) and lots of unusual combos too, which we love. You can also build your own to get it exactly the way you want it. If you love CiCi's or Pizza Hut this isn't your place. If you love high quality food, good and friendly service, and a slightly upscale environment you are going to really enjoy Dewey's.
Marco's is quickly becoming a Dayton staple, and overall it is a typical pizza nothing really special about it really, because of the price we give it 3 stars, the price is pretty good, and it is a good place to get some grub if you are out & about. There are goods and bads here. The goods are the sauce is pretty good the toppings are tasty and it fill you up. The bads are a stiff crust, minimal cheese, and poor service. This is a run of the mill pizza shop and after all the fuss I just thought it would be more than run of the mill. Not too bad, not too good, it is all about your taste and what you are looking for and what it is, is a typical Dayton pizza shop.