View Full Version : Best Pizza Chain?
July-20th-2002, 06:21 PM
July-20th-2002, 06:25 PM
The only three chains that I'm aware of are Pizza Hut, Dominoes, and Little Caesers...and out of those it's Pizza Hut, hands down. Am I missing any?
July-20th-2002, 06:34 PM
It's gotta be Pizza Hut.There crust is the best of all the chains.
July-20th-2002, 07:14 PM
Is Armand's big enough to be considered a chain? Cuz they beat all those guys hands down.
If you're ever in South Carolina, the best pizza I ever had was from Sharkey's. There are only two of them that I know of.
On a side note, as a diabetic, Pizza Hut has the least glycemic pizza, making it the only place I can eat pizza from anymore anyways...
July-20th-2002, 07:38 PM
The best pizza hands down is Ledo's pizza. The original is in Adelphi MD. for you Terp fans. It is fast becoming a chain. Check out this site.
Riggo let me know were Sharkey's is.
July-20th-2002, 08:43 PM
For the delivery chains, I'd say Papa John's pizza is the best. They are the ones that include the dipping sauce and peppercini peppers with each pizza.MMMMM :cool:
Park City Skins
July-20th-2002, 09:04 PM
There ya go riggo :cheers:
July-20th-2002, 09:07 PM
I am a Domino's woman. For inexpensive though, gotta go with CiCi's.
July-20th-2002, 09:23 PM
Pizza chains:puke: :puke: We're talkin wolf in sheeps clothing. That stuff aint pizza.
Park City Skins
July-20th-2002, 09:28 PM
What pete? No cheap delivery pizza and beer? What fun is that? You know, breakfast of champions in some of our younger years :D Hmmmm. been awhile since I've made some homemade pizza. Just lazy. I like that site. :cool:
July-20th-2002, 11:53 PM
There used to be a Sharky's in Columbia near 5 points, and one in Charleston. I was back in Charleston 3 years ago, and it was still there then (haven't been to Columbia since I graduated in 92, so I dunno if there's still one there or not...). It's on one of the main roads in the tourist section; King Street, I think.
July-20th-2002, 11:56 PM
By the way, I've eaten at the oldest surviving Pizzeria in the world in Naples. Not the greatest food, but interesting ambience - guys in mopeds driving thru the outside dining area...:peace1: :peace1:
July-21st-2002, 08:47 AM
Nationally Papa Johns, on the West Coast it is Round Table.
The best Pizza I have ever had is Ledo's. I ate at the one in Leesburg when I took my pilgrimage back to D.C. to see the Giants / Redskins Game. It was so good I went to the one in Falls Church the next day.
July-21st-2002, 12:34 PM
I was always a Gin & Frosted Flakes kinda guy in the morning PCS. I've always had the good luck to live near a good old style pizza place. We do make Foccacia all the time at home. The trick is to make a lot of dough, devide and freeze some.
Check out some other good recipies. God I love to eat:D
July-21st-2002, 01:53 PM
Ledo's Pizza, hands down. Pizza Hut use to be great, but not as good as before(but still good). Domino's suck.:puke: That is cardboard with Ketchup on it. That was the nastest stuff I ever ate. Papa John's is good with great sauce.
July-21st-2002, 02:19 PM
Here is another vote for Ledo's. It is too bad Indiana doesn't have anything close to it! So when we visit the D.C. area we eat Ledo's pizza and of course the best crabcakes in the world!
July-21st-2002, 02:59 PM
I have to go with Papa Johns. I used to like Ledo's, but then I ate at the Ledo's pizza in St. Mary's. Even as a starving college student, I couldn't eat the pizza there. It wasn't a sauce. They just put mashed up tomatoes on my pizza. Yuck.
Park City Skins
July-21st-2002, 03:29 PM
Gin and Frosted flakes? Bleah. :silly: Not that I'm one to talk. Jack and/or beer and omlettes when I was in the service. (off duty). :D Sigh. all of our small pizza places here have been just about replaced by the big chains. I do know what you're saying pete. I remember the Have a Bite eatery in Fairfax circle though. Think it may still be there. great. Now I'm hungry for pizza.
July-21st-2002, 03:45 PM
My work takes me to both Charleston and Columbia so I will have to check out Sharkey's. I'll let you know if it's still around.
July-21st-2002, 04:02 PM
Skinsfan44......don't hold back.......Tell us what you really think. HAHAHA......Just have to stick with my Domino's. But then again, I order pizza with no pizza sauce on it, so who am I to judge.
July-21st-2002, 06:55 PM
Pizza Hut, Little Ceasar's (yuk), Domino's, Pappa John's.
No thanks. I can eat them, but it's just something to eat. Not very good.
There are two places in Greensboro, NC to get a decent slice: "Pizza Pollo Pasta" and "Sal's."
July-22nd-2002, 08:06 PM
You want the best white cheese and garlic pizza, try Papa Patrones in springfield. He doesn't actually cook it for you. You have to take in home & pop it in the oven yourself, but his is pretty tasty.
(By not actually cooking it, he avoids getting the health dept. inspecting it. he gets me/my agency instead as he's considered a store/processor, not a restaurant. ) :) He makes his own pastas also. Lasagna's not bad either.
Not really a chain but I've been telling him we need him to open one up in Manassas. :)
Geez, if we had a papa patrone and a marios in manassas, I'd never buy groceries again. Steak subs and pizza. :D
Atlanta Skins Fan
July-22nd-2002, 08:54 PM
Papa John's is awful, at least where I've had it. It's the "American cheese" of pizza.
I've never had delivery pizza that I thought was great. I order Pizza Hut for lack of a better option.
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