Papa John's Pizza
- General Info:
- Papa John's is one of the world's largest pizza companies that maintains more than 3,000 locations in over 45 U.S. states and nearly 25 international markets. Established in 1984, the company operates and franchises pizza delivery, carryout and dine-in restaurants worldwide. Its restaurants menus include a variety of pizzas along with several side dishes, such as breadsticks, chicken strips and wings, canned drinks and desserts. The restaurants pizzas are made from the blends of wheat flour, cheese, sauces and spices with a choice of meat and vegetable toppings. Papa John's serves thin-crust pizzas with the packets of special seasonings and peppers. The company was recognized by the Restaurants & Institutions magazine with the 2008 Silver Award for Consumers' Choice in Chains in the pizza segment. It supports the Boy Scouts of America, as well as has partnership with Junior Achievement. Papa John's is owned and operated by Papa John's International.
- Extra Phones:
Primary Phone: (585) 321-1150
Phone: (585) 321-1150
Fax: (585) 321-1150
TollFree: (888) 777-7272
05/11/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Egregious customer service makes Papa John's one to avoid at all costs. Their pizza is passable, though not the best by any means, but the customer service is so incredibly bad as to make the quality of the food irrelevant.
For just one example, I ordered a pizza around 9:40 p.m. and told them I'd pick it up in about 20 minutes. The woman on the phone said no problem. To be on the safe side I asked her how late they would be open. She said until 1 a.m. I got there around 10 p.m. and they were closed: Doors locked, no sign of life inside. What does it matter what the pizza is like if you don't get to eat it?
Papa John's completely ignored my complaints about this incident, not even an apology. Then, to add insult to injury, they started spamming me with advertisements. I've asked them repeatedly to stop spamming me but they continue.
Something is obviously terribly wrong with Papa John's upper management. They act as if they have no competition, and individual customers don't matter. Consumers don't have to put up with businesses that act like monopolies.
For pizza in Rochester, try somewhere else, like Mark's Pizzeria (good customer service), Pontillo's or even Pizza Hut. If you're downtown and don't need delivery, Galleria is great.