Where do you usually buy your pizza from?

August 11, 2009 1:04am CST
Just my opinion, but I think Pizza Hut has the best tasting pizza ever. It's expensive, but the lesser priced pizzas just don't taste the same. So tell me, where do you buy your pizza? ;)
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18 responses
• Canada
11 Aug 09
I've always thought Panago was the best...I'm 23 and tried Pizza-hut for the first time last year! The best! Unfortunatly Pizza-hut is in the next town and Panago is close. Worth the drive I say! Yummy...now I want some Pizza-hut lol
12 Aug 09
That's great!? Have you tried their Wing Street buffalo wings before?
12 Aug 09
Sorry, I didn't mean to add that question mark after 'That's great'.
• United States
11 Aug 09
It depends on what part of the country I am in. I usually tend to like the smaller non chain type pizza restraunts. I think they are better than the national pizza chains but it really all depends. I know of some good places in the South and the East.
11 Aug 09
Haha, I see your point! Most of the time, the smaller stores have their own special recipe, which differentiates it from the other chain stores. The taste may be unique and unforgettable.
@burrito88 (2777)
• United States
12 Aug 09
But sometimes you might want to forget the taste.
@merlinsorca (1122)
• United States
11 Aug 09
I buy my pizza in Costco, when on shopping trips. Come home with lots of other things. And the pizza takes great lol.
12 Aug 09
Costco is soo convenient. You can shop and eat at the same time! And their pizza isn't bad either. I love their chicken bakes ;}
@rahulda (92)
• India
11 Aug 09
Pizza hut and domino's pizza both taste good. Domino's is closer to my uncle house. So, I prefer ordering from there. It can reach within five minutes. The last time I ate pizza was a few months back form pizza hut. It was real tasty cheese pizza.
12 Aug 09
Cheesy pizza is the best pizza. What's a pizza without cheese?
@vklancer (135)
• India
11 Aug 09
i usually buy pizza from pizaa hut.dominos is costly compared to pizza hut.also in pizza hut there are more varieties and toppings. i sometimes buy pizza from a bakery near my house,it also tastes good but they sell only one type.
11 Aug 09
I haven't had Dominos in a while... I think Pizza Hut tastes wayy better, though. ;)
@imsilver (1667)
• Canada
11 Aug 09
In an effort to save a few bucks, lately when it's pizza night we pick up our pizzas from the deli department of our local grocery store. They are just as good if not better than the pizza joint. And because I save a few bucks, I splurge and allow the kids to buy a topping to put on just their 1/2 pizza. Just as much family fun for sometimes 1/2 the price if I catch them on sale.
11 Aug 09
That's a really good way to save money! And how fun, the kids get to 'make' their pizza almost!
@ds6413 (2074)
• United States
11 Aug 09
Hello, I don't like Pizza Hut anymore. I had a bad experience with Pizza Hut last year. I was sick after eating there and won't have their pizza now.It was the pizza mia. I think it was that particular Pizza Hut but one bad experience keeps me away from that food now.I like Little Caesars pizza. I didn't used to have that pizza but the cook made it just the way I like my pizza to be.
11 Aug 09
I'm so sorry for the bad experience you had there... :( I like Little Caesars as well! It's a great place to buy pizza when I don't feel like spending too much.
@kenchobi (147)
• Philippines
11 Aug 09
My favorite pizza place is Pizza Hut ever since I was a kid. The pizzas there taste really different than shakeys, their local competitor. I love their stuffed crust pizzas and shakes. Next to pizza hut would be Yellow Cab, Sbarro and Brooklyn Pizza. I really love eating pizzas.
11 Aug 09
I've heard of Sbarro (there's one at my local mall), but never Yellow Cab or Brooklyn Pizza! But then again, maybe that's because I live in southern California.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
11 Aug 09
Good day virusxtreme24, We sometimes buy our pizza in Pizza Hut and Shakey's, both of them have the great and delicious pizza . But most of the time we used to buy our pizza from Greenwich, I am not sure if they are already selling their pizza outside the Philippines, but their pizza are pretty much cheaper than Pizza Hut and Shakey's but the taste are almost the same .
11 Aug 09
I haven't been to Shakeys in so long! I remember going there as a little kid, then playing in their little arcade.
@justdoitz (129)
• India
30 Aug 09
i am from india and i normally call them at their free home delievery number and simply makes an order and they delivered it at my place. I like pizza hut hmmm hot hot yummy pizzas
• United States
20 Aug 09
When my family and I go out to eat pizza, we usually go to the Pizza Pro place here in town. But if we're going to eat it at home, we get the pizza from Domino's. I like both places' pizzas though.
@anupverma (139)
• India
19 Aug 09
I am myself crezy about the pizza hut pizzas. They are champions at it, I must say.
• Philippines
17 Aug 09
Yup Pizza Hut was my choice too! Forget all the other pizza chain but not Pizza Hut! Crust so fine, that you can eat it! and the toppings are so yummy, Gee I wanna eat pizza right now!
@olepmis (842)
• Philippines
14 Aug 09
I like plain pizza. I buy pizza at Greenwich. Too expensive but delicious.
• United States
13 Aug 09
usually dominos,they're the only ones open late around here. but i have been buying di giornos-the frozen pizza? it's cheaper,and to be honest it's better than the dominos.you wouldn't think that of frozen.
@burrito88 (2777)
• United States
12 Aug 09
I don't like Domino's but that comes from an experience years ago in Houston. I was covering a special plant batch on the night shift on a Friday night at a chemical plant. Everything went well then, and my plan was to go to San Antonio for the weekend and be back to cover the next batch on Monday. (I was living in Philadelphia at the time.) Unfortunately, there was a problem with the batch that forced me to come in Saturday morning for a safety review which took long enough that the ordered pizza for lunch from Dominos. I remember some of the toppings included green pepper, onions, and possibly black olives. That pizza was not what I wanted to face for breakfast. I also had to spend the weekend working at the plant and never made it to San Antonio on that trip. (There used to be a great local pizza place near Houston. The had whole wheat crust pizzas and seved strawberry marqueritas. Ah, I miss that place.)
@burrito88 (2777)
• United States
12 Aug 09
I don't like Domino's but that comes from an experience years ago in Houston. I was covering a special plant batch on the night shift on a Friday night at a chemical plant. Everything went well then, and my plan was to go to San Antonio for the weekend and be back to cover the next batch on Monday. (I was living in Philadelphia at the time.) Unfortunately, there was a problem with the batch that forced me to come in Saturday morning for a safety review which took long enough that the ordered pizza for lunch from Dominos. I remember some of the toppings included green pepper, onions, and possibly black olives. That pizza was not what I wanted to face for breakfast. I also had to spend the weekend working at the plant and never made it to San Antonio on that trip. (There used to be a great local pizza place near Houston. The had whole wheat crust pizzas and seved strawberry marqueritas. Ah, I miss that place.)
@burrito88 (2777)
• United States
12 Aug 09
I don't like Domino's but that comes from an experience years ago in Houston. I was covering a special plant batch on the night shift on a Friday night at a chemical plant. Everything went well then, and my plan was to go to San Antonio for the weekend and be back to cover the next batch on Monday. (I was living in Philadelphia at the time.) Unfortunately, there was a problem with the batch that forced me to come in Saturday morning for a safety review which took long enough that the ordered pizza for lunch from Dominos. I remember some of the toppings included green pepper, onions, and possibly black olives. That pizza was not what I wanted to face for breakfast. I also had to spend the weekend working at the plant and never made it to San Antonio on that trip. (There used to be a great local pizza place near Houston. The had whole wheat crust pizzas and seved strawberry marqueritas. Ah, I miss that place.)