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Kansas City's Original Neighborhood Pizza Place!

General Info
Pizza Shoppe is one of the oldest and longest-held, single-family businesses in Kansas City – wooing customers one phenomenal pizza at a time. Our one-of-a-kind crust, fresh, tasty toppings and an atmosphere unlike any other. Stop by today and discover why Pizza Shoppe is Kansas City’s ORIGINAL Neighborhood Pizza Place.
Business History
Established in 1967, Pizza Shoppe has been serving Kansas City's best pizza to friends that have become family. Starting from a single store in Platte Woods, Pizza Shoppe now has 17 area locations.
Hours
Regular Hours

Services/Products
Proudly serving our famous "cracker crust" pizza, homemade pasta, oven toasted sandwiches and salads. And don't forget to ask for The Pink Stuff!
Payment method
visa, discover, mastercard, all major credit cards, amex
Price Range
$
Neighborhood
Bradford Falls
Amenities
With Pizza - 2 - People Catering, we bring the great taste of Pizza Shoppe to you or ask about banquets in Private Dining at numerous Pizza Shoppe locations.
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Pizza Shoppe & Pub

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Categories
American Restaurants, Caterers, Italian Restaurants, Pizza, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Take Out Restaurants
Other Information

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: Sandwiches, American, Pizza

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

Bike Parking: No

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allens1967

11/02/2012

Overall
Great Pizza, good service and ...

Great Pizza, good service and friendly environment. My new favorite pizza shoppe

ClarkOPKS

03/11/2010

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Overall
Simply...Great

Pizza Shoppe is great ""entry-level dine-out"" pizza. It's not as rich as Uno's or Chicago Pizzeria, but I don't think it tries to be. PS is great, simple American pizza pie. The dough is cracker-crisp and about as yeasty as any I can find. I love that. The ingredients are generic, but fresh and as tasty as the crust. PS is extremely affordable - a family of 4 can dine for under $30. That's a veritable bargain these days. This makes the shoppes extremely popular with the birthday and team party set (they have a buffet arrangement that is outrageously well-priced). I eat at PS at least once a month for their lunch special: salad, drink, and small pizza for about $6 - a whale of a deal. At least every couple months family and friends gather at PS after work or after church for some casual dining and conversation. It seems that most of the local franchises are owned by one group or one family - there is a high level of consistency in service from familiar faces. PS doesn't claim to be the ""original"" pizza cafe or even that theirs is the best in town. But I go there more than any other pizza joint and I am more often pleased there than any other place. That makes them very special in my book.