Pat's Pizzaria is a good place for those late night, don'tknow what I want to eat kinda thing. They have everything you need even on a tight budget. Their dinner menu is cool. My teens love their party pizza and I like the pasta dishes. They also deliver.
Pizza - Their pizza is disgusting. With so many great local pizza places in town, there's little reason to even try Pat's Pizza. Gia Nina's, Pizza City, Giovanni's, and Scotto's are all a short distance from Pat's for much higher quality. In fact, I would even prefer low quality chain pizza from Pizza Hut or Dominos.
Wings - Their wings come unsauced, but with a small container of sauce to put on them. From what I can tell, the container is the same size no matter how many wings you get, and it's scarcely enough for 5. Likewise, the container of bleu cheese you are given is also very tiny. The wings themselves taste dry and overcooked.
Sandwiches - Pat's only saving grace is they make a decent sandwich. Whether you get a hoagie or a cheesesteak, you're bound to be satisfied (though not blown away). However, their hoagie selection is ridiculous - they don't even offer an American hoagie! They do offer the option of cheese sauce on your cheesesteak, which is a nice option that many places lack.
Staff/Cleanliness/Location - The restaurant is clean and everybody I have met there is friendly. They share a nice sized parking lot with the dollar store next door. The dollar store is nice if you don't feel like paying inflated pizza place prices for drinks.
Overall, not a very good restaurant. I'd strongly suggest heading down the street to Gia Nina's or Giovanni's.
Food tastes like unseasoned cardboard. I ordered 2 times from this place. both times they brought the wrong items. The last time the manager started giving me an attitude like it was my fault. my receipt showed what i ordered.
he had the delivery guy pick it back up and take it to the correct house. what if i did something to it?! and where was my correct order coming from?
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