85% say Yum
117 people voted
85% say Yum
117 people voted
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Reviews of Mulligan's
Jane B posted on 04/04/2014
This is the second time I have had a bad experience and will be the last. With three other Pizza places in the area they will treat me with respect and probably want my $40 for pizza. I ordered was told 20 minutes so I planned accordingly. Got there and was told they were working on them just putting them in! really what happen to 20 minutes, I don't mind waiting 47 if that is what I am told. And then when I get home to feed a bunch of teens they find a hair upon opening the box. So I called and was told no one here has black hair well maybe it was brown really are you arguing with the customer that helps pay your check? Then am told the owner won't do anything either unless I want to bring the pizza back who's $$ will pay for that gas and hungry teens? Just not happy with the customer service or lack there of I received tonight!
Terry posted on 08/30/2010
I would say Amazing, (but always hesitate to top the scale.) <br />
I gotta say, though, their pizzas are about the best you can find locally. If you like fresh dough, ingrediant specific and staff graciousness! <br />
Not to mention, value for the price! <br />
Are you kidding me? The best, freshest, customer-oriented, pizza-to-go! <br />
Go for it! Just let them know what you want. They can do it!
Chrissy posted on 01/01/2010
I love the pizza but beware the Italians. They are NOT real Maine Italians. The bread is not wide enough or something to go around the ingredients and it's hard. It's probably find for other subs like toasted subs or whatever, but it's a real disappointment as an Italian, which is all in the soft bread. Amato's has it just right if you want a real Maine Italian, but not sure if they have one in the Augusta area. Next time I'll try Damons.
Brenda posted on 02/26/2009
Excellent pickup for our trip to Maine. The best place we hit on the road with kind staff, delicious food, and a wonderful outdoor area to eat our food. It was shaded and had a large lawn area for the children to run until they got tired.<br />
I would highly recommend this place.
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