At Brothers' we serve our pizza with a purpose. Every time you purchase one of our pizzas Brothers' sends a meal to the hungry across the globe. We ... More
Brothers Pizza Company
At Brothers' we serve our pizza with a purpose. Every time you purchase one of our pizzas Brothers' sends a meal to the hungry across the globe. We take this endeavor very seriously and offer it from the heart. But that's not where our mission stops 3 we are also dedicated to serving high quality, premium products. Our pizza, pasta, salads, and classic sandwiches are made with the very best ingredients possible. It's always been our pleasure to serve our friends and neighbors, but now you know our true mission: Feed the World.
Really wanted to like this establishment...Live within walking distance......Poor service and management...Young kids with bad attitudes and no customer service skills...To top it off found out the health score was a 76 in the Williamson AM (Tennessean) health reports...
I wish I could give this a good rating because I like their mission but after tonight, we will not return.
After a very long wait, we returned home to find we had the wrong pizza. And this was after listening to chatter behind the counter of other goofs.
I was horrified to see the girl LIFT the edge of the pizza up to see if it was done while it was in the oven. (More than once!) Don't they use timers? (Perhaps if they used timers it would reduce the baking time since the frequent peeking will cause an oven to drop in temp.)
Sorry Brothers, it's back to the national chains for us.
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