Great concept, even better prices. Menu has a huge selection. You can make just about anything you can think of such as: Thai chicken, Buffalo, and even taco pizzas. They even have traditional/boneless wings with several sauce options, and salads. They use the new digital touchscreen soda fountains which I love because of all the different combinations, like coke with lime. Now, that being said, the establishment is brand new and the employees have no clue what they are doing. Most are high school age, and look totally lost when building the pizzas. I have been several times and such inexperience shows, i.e. - multiple toppings have been forgotten, seasonings dumped in one heap on the pizza, using laughably small amounts of cheese, and toppings spread terribly or piled in the middle only. They also cannot use the the register and have charged me incorrectly, given the wrong receipt copy, ect... Once the kids are trained a little longer and gain some confidence, this place could be a gem. Don't let that stop you from going, you just might have to coach them as they make your pizza for a few weeks.
2522 S Campbell AveSpringfield, MO 65807
From Business: Springfield's Incredible Pizza is a family entertainment center, franchised by America's Incredible Pizza Company. It offers buffet and dinner options, dining are…
Howdy y'all. Just a comment/opinion. Ate at the local Pizza Inn; the old-timers reduced price night. Five bucks for all the imbiber can shovel in at the Inn. The salad bad was good. Not huge but with enough healthy goodies to ingest. Plenty of pizza-types up for grabs, including several desert-type pizzas. Thin-style crusts assist in keeping costs, carbs and calories minimized to an extent. Meager topping but for the price whaddya' bums expect? besides, the topping amounts here generally reflect the smaller amounts their non-budget competitors are following themselves. Parmesan cheese and dried chili shakers at each table or booth. Also deserts at the salad bar; jello, a couple puddings, etc. A decent meal for the price but you high-falutin' nose-in-the-air types would likely shun this "regular folks" eatin' joint.
Oh my gosh. They were the sweetest people. I received the wrong pizza for a carry-out (easy to do with the Chicago Style since the sauce is on top). I called to let them know and they told me to come and get a new pizza. I was satisfied with that, but they weren't. They also added me to the delivery list, though I am a couple of miles outside the delivery area. The owner then gave me a coupon for 50% off my next order. I was a very happy camper. The owner then personally made my new pizza and insisted on refunding my money. They have made a lifelong customer. They really care about their customers. Thanks guys
Disappointed when I called the pharmacy wanting a price quote and neither of the two employees I spoke with would do it. One said she'd look it up but never came back to the phone. The second, a male employee just plain hateful. Refused to look up the cost because he didn't have that medication currently in stock. People in other parts of the store friendly, helpful, and easy to find, though. Decent selection, but outrageously high prices. Trip between bus stop and store much more realistic for physically challenged customers, than the arrangement at the Nolting Ave. store.
Nice to have someplace new to eat in the neighborhood. Bigg's here in Springfield is a lot smaller than the one in Republic but the same great St. Louis style pizza. Nobody around can touch it, the cheese is to die for and they have a terrific variety of toppings. I just found out that they have Calzones and NY style pizza as well. Had a Pepperoni and Sausage Calzone....awesome, I can't wait to try the NY style pizza now. Best thing about this, I never have to leave my house!
St. Louis Style Pizza....YAAAAAAAAAAA! Just up the street. Now I don't have to drive 5 miles to get the other stuff that is different every time I eat there. Mr. Biggs is now my new pizza fix. I am not much on salads but the cheese on my salad made me realize what they mean when they say Taste the Difference. St. Louis has many awesome pizza places but Mr. Bigg's would definitely give them a run. If I could only say two words about it, it would be TRY IT!
At age 62 have lived in several owned homes here in Spfd. Parkcrest,southern hills,and now the 4th new home on Fr 193 (E. Spfd area). The store at Division & Glenstone is our most shopped store for the past 20 yrs. Both My wife and I like the location, the selection, and the staff overall. My wife is a School teacher and I am in financial related strategies for businesses and individuals. thanks to the staff of this store for providing quality service.
I went to Mr. Bigg's to try the St. Louis style pizza that I have been hearing so much about from my friends but ended up getting a Calzone instead because someone at the table next to us was having one and it looked sooooo good! Well, it was the best Calzone I have ever had, loved it! My daughter ordered the spaghetti and she really liked it as well. We are definitely coming back to check out the pizza. Great place to eat!
i recently went to LCP to get some food and while i got the same service i did many years ago i discovered the prices have gone up alot even though we have been in the middle of a recesion for over 1 year yet the prices are still high in comparison dominos is running better price deals the other bad thing is the fact that they dont have any red crushed peppers or par. cheese like all the other pizza places do
Springfield get ready to be amazed. Especially if you love pizza. The food tastes so fresh. We love Chicago style pizza and haven't been able to find it here, untill now. My husband and I ordered a large chicago style and cheese bread and had left overs. Completely satisfied. The service was outstanding and the make you feel important, the way a buisness should. We highly recommend you try it.