I love the pizza and the service is always kind but had a negative experience there yesterday. My family came in from a day at Devils Den and were famished so we stopped in the restaurant on Sixth St. We ordered enough pizza and drinks for two adults and four famished children, who were extremely well behaved btw. After we ate and were leaving the night manager announced that she had had complaints that our youngest child wasn't up to dress code. (She had on a swimsuit and cover up and tennis shoes). The same manager had met us at the door and asked if we needed something as opposed to could she help us or would we like to have a seat. The night manager was extremely rude and I will not be returning to this restaurant. When a family of 6 people comes in on a weekend to a pizza restaurants and gets told their four year old isn't meeting dress code it is a bit on the ridiculous side.
We stopped by this place for lunch on the way to Branson, Missouri, and were very pleasantly surprised by how delicious the pizza was. It was so delicious that we made it a point to stop by on the way back home as well. We ordered several different kinds of pizza with different styles of crust. They even offer wheat pan-style crust, which is no less delicious than the white crust! Also, I loved how they even had a few veggie pizza choices. This is not a run-of-the-mill privately-owned pizza place trying to serve greasy, over-loaded meat pizza like those fast-food pizza chains (though they do have some delicious meaty pizza choices for those of you who like lots of meat on your pizza). BTW, their cheesy garlic bread is awesome, too. If you live in the area or are passing through and have a craving for pizza, you have got to give this place a try! You won't be disappointed ;-)!
This place used to be soo good and it has really gone down hill. Not to mention their buffalo wings that dont have any buffalo sauce. They should just call them chicken nuggets and be honest about it. I wouldnt have paid $8 for those nuggets! Sad thing is that the salad bar was the best part about our dinner and all of it came out of a plastic bag. BOO!
went to jims razorback pizza in Fayetteville on April 30th at 11:30 and ordered a thin crust with sauage, Waited till 12:00 and waiter came and told me my pizza got droped, They were making a new one, Ten minuntes went by and waiter returned with a new one, it was a deep dish instead of thin crust, I agreed to eat it, I took one bit and the center was cold, I went and payed for my drink, I will not return, I think they shold get better help in the kitchen or look forward to loosing customers
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