Both online and on TV, Dominos is currently advertising any large two topping pizza for 5.99.... offer valid through May 28, 2017. When I stopped in yesterday (May 22. 2017) my local Domino's at 1231 Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul, MN, They tell me they have no such offer. Instead they read off a couple higher priced options. This is called bait and switch. This is totally illegal.
Amazing Pizza I eat here maybe once a month, the pizzas are not skimpy crust is crunchy and they do not skimp on cheese and toppings!
Really bad experience. The drink machine serves a ton of different drinks, the problem is there is only ONE machine, and there is always a line, especially when someone has to scroll through every selection just to find the one they want. The pizza is assembly line quality, and not worth waiting for. The pizza I got was also slapped together and the toppings were not spread evenly. Really to such a good place to spend your lunch dollar.
Please bear in mind that the foregoing review is only relevant to the St Paul Selby Ave location. That is the only one I've ever gotten food from. Also, if they make any error at all they are immediately OJT to fix it or give you a credit on your very next order!
When this first opened the pizza was great. The last month or so the crust turned into cardboard and is very thick. Very disappointing as it used to be so good we went weekly now we go somewhere else. Which is my advice - GO SOMEWHERE ELSE
Very good deep dish pizza! Located near the mall! Great place to visit with friends and family! Multiple locations, stop by one near you soon and enjoy!
Pick-Up or Delivery! Made To Order! Enjoyed By The Whole Family! Great For Party's! I Highly Recommend! Ask About Specials!
There pizza is ok. I go there for the chicken. I think it is one of the best chicken in the city. As buffets go it is also very good. Worker are very nice. If there isn't a plaza that is your favorite on the buffet they well make it and bring it to your table.
This place has wonderful pizza's, for a good price. We usually order a pizza and a 3 pk of their taco's. Yum! We have never been unhappy ordering through them. As a matter of fact, they're so successful they are moving to a larger, eat-in location. This is good for the East Side. (Eastside Pizzeria)
First time I had Red's was in 1997, I was taking classes in Surveying at Inver Hills Community college. The instructor (CM) took us on a field trip, little did we know we would end up at Red's for Pizza and beer. This pizza has been my favorite ever since. Think I'll go get one now!!