Great Pizza ... Great People.
OK, this is no "homer" review ... I'm an actual customer of this particular Papa Murphy's. We actually have the choice between this and another Papa Murphy's and we choose the Centerville location EVERY TIME. The owner is often there and is an extremely nice guy. He even tells us (meaning my wife or I depending on who is doing the pick up that night) when we are about to order in an "inefficient" manner that will end up costing us more money (and give him more profit!). He also employs good kids to work there as well, no need to be worried for your well being when entering this store (can't be said of the Layton location).
Anyway, we do love the pizza too ... very fresh and tasty. Try the "lite" crust with one of the fancier chicken options (Mediterranean, etc.) for something different and fantastic.
From original to stuffed crust, these take-home pizzas are oven ready for a quick make-at-home meal..
In 1995, two small franchises--Papa Aldo's Pizza and Murphy's Pizza--merged, forming a nationwide take-and-bake chain. The dough is prepared in-house daily, and topped with fresh cheese and basic (pepperoni, mushroom, olives) or gourmet (chicken, artichoke, spinach, herbs) combinations. Order the thin-crust deLITE pizza for a low-cal, low-carb option, or get a family-style stuffed pizza, loaded with toppings inside and on top of a thick crust. Dessert pizzas, salads and calzones are also available.
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