The pizza is not fresh dough. It had to have been at one point, but by the time you re eating it, it was baked once into a shell, and then baked again to order. They sell the pizza by the piece and are confused when you try to order an entire pizza. We were camping nearby and read reviews to see where to go, and I thought this would be a hidden gem, but it was not. We ordered a tray (28 square pieces) and asked for mushrooms and hot sausage on one half, pepperoni and mushrroms on the other. The tray price was about $23, and when we came to pick up the pizza, we were informed that the mushrooms added $14.50 to the price of the pizza, and the sausage on one half was another $7.50, for a total price of $45! The pepperoni was free. the mushrooms were canned and the cheese was rubbery and tasteless. The sausage, however, was good. Overall, I ve had better cafeteria pizza than this, and the PRICE was LUDICROUS.
Boscos pizza is delisious,love it!the pizza subs are so good on there homeade buns.try a Bosconi.they are deep fried with a delisious combination of sausage , meatballs,sweet peppers and muchrooms,along with cheese and pepperoni. i love the extra cheese on there pizza, and i might add,they dont scimp on there cheese as other pizza shops do.so try it today,you wont be dissapointed
I've had sauces at high dollar Italian Restaraunts around the U.S. and Bosco's sauce is my favorite by far. They should market it in jars. I could drink the stuff. Their pizza is the best, and although they are known for their pizza, their Fish Dinner is delicious as well. They make a mean salad, too. The only negative thing I can say, is that it is a real treat to get their pizza fresh from the oven instead of reheated.
Boscos Pizza is the best well actually wolf dens is, but Boscos is next I love it there sausages is like the best *&* their peperonie *&* Cheese is to die for, *&* their peperoni roles are like so delicous,!!!!!!!!!We get a tray of pizza like once a week! Thats how good it is!!