13434 Cedar Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Pizza
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
When you are tired of blah tomato sauce cheese and the usual toppings, pizza BOGO to the rescue! They have a full menu of sauces (pesto is my fave) and unlimited toppings like sun dried tomato. Their special Miracle Crust costs more but is very tasty too and contains probiotics -- that's very unusual. My hands down favorite of their World Pizzas is the Milano, adjust ingredients to personal taste.
Tips: Check the website for awesome options, toppings, and deals. Always use their coupons for the best deal, and always double check the price you expect (and time it will be ready) before you hang up. We are club members and get emails with savings codes for Tues & Wed large pizza for less than $7. Coupons in the mail often give us $10 for one large 10 slice specialty pizza, or $12 with Miracle Crust.
If you don't like oil on your pizza, make sure you choose the right sauce. Some pizzas come with garlic oil sauce -- yup, oil. Italians use aioli / oil a lot. There's also pesto, which is part oil. So know what you want and use the website to help you design a pizza just right for you at the right price.
I do think the BOGO name is confusing for new customers. My husband and I didn't try them for a long time because with just two people, who needs BOGO? Then we tried slices at a Cain Park event and got hooked. They should have a name based on their unlimited toppings instead-- which is where the real value is on this pizza.
Sad that the last person reviewing expected a true Buy One Get One but didn't verify it. They didn't get good customer service, either. It's too bad, because I have always gotten great service, and I love the pizza here -- I never hunger for ordinary pizza anymore!
12/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I recently requested pizza from this location. Let me tell you, this is not a BOGO that offers any great deals. I am a first time customer, and when I ordered, I was lead to believe that I was getting two pizzas for the price of one. I ended paying $28.00 for the delivery of the pizza. The way the person taking my order made me think I was getting a second pizza free! I called to talk to the manager, and she not only was rude, she told me ""Each member of their staff is required to upsale their orders. So, when you are asked ""......and for the second pizza?"" It's not without a price!! I ws told that one pizza would have been $15. Again, I paid $28. This is ethically unacceptable. Their business practice is misleading with the BOGO logo. And they don't ask if you have a coupon. They count on you not mentioning it! When you call back they say ""if you want what is on the coupon, then I'll have to charge you extra to deliver it. You're not getting it free."" True story...it happened to me. This company policy sounds like that of telemarketers when they catch you by surprise. Furthermore, their so-called miracle crust is soaked with oil that drips as you pick it up. When you bite into it......you gag from a blast of squirting oil in the crust. So much for a whole wheat healthy grain crust. I recommend that you order pizza from an ethical company. It's expensive enough as it is, but at least you don't feel as though you were just taken for a ride.