if you are a conisuer of good pizza like me, avoid this place at all cost! we moved here to Coolidge 2 years ago and were excited to give the local pizza shop a chance. sadly we were severely disappointed by our pie. it literally tasted like someone smeared tomato paste on a piece of cardboard and tried to disguise it as pizza. i am amazed that this place can stay in business, the poor souls of Coolidge have been isolated from civilization for so long they don't know any better. do yourself a favor and drive 45 minutes into the valley and go to oregano's, red devil, carrabba's, red brick, uno's, nello's, red white and brew or any other pizza shop and get you a GOOD pie.
I think the pizza is really good, but we don't dine in anymore. The restaurant is pretty depressing. They don't turn the lights on half the time and the curtains really need a good wash. The service is a better than the Casa Grande location (horrible!).
To sum it up, if you want good tasting, hot pizza for takeout, this is a safe bet :) .
A tip for those in an unfamiler area or a small town like Coolidge and need a good place to grab a bite. Look for where the local construction workers eat. Me and my family were in Coolidge on busniess and we stopped here, and let's just say, it is a good place to stop. The pizza slices were HUGE compared to what I was expecting. You order a small salad, and it easily is larger than anything McDonalds calls a salad. Only negitive is limited drink choices.
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