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Mon: Closed, Tue-Thu: 10:30am - 10pm, Fri-Sat: 10:30am - 11pm, Sun: 4am - 11pm
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes - byob also
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Valet, Parking Lot - Valet
Good for Kids
Reviews of Grandma's Grotto
04/18/2013 - Kate
Don't expect to feed your family with their teeny-tiny gluten-free pizzas.
Had driven by this place a number of times, and since going wheat-free a few months back, kept meaning to try it out. On a whim, a friend and I ordered a large meat lovers pizza and picked it up on the way home. Went in, it was ready for us, paid, and walked out. On the way to the car I noticed the pizza felt really light and off-centered in the box. I opened the box and found a 12-inch pie (see photo). We thought maybe they had made a mistake, so we went in and asked if we had gotten the large ($21) pizza we ordered. The man behind the counter confirmed it was the correct pie and spouted off some B.S. excuse about how the yeast has been reacting oddly due to the weather lately. I was shocked. I must have said "wow" about 4 times. If it hadn't been for my shock and the fact that there was another woman there in the middle of being helped when I walked back in, I probably would have asked for a refund. In retrospect I should have.
The pizza was just "okay" in the taste department. It's clearly a pre-made frozen pizza, with little taste and a cardboard-like crust texture. I couldn't even finish my share of the pizza. In the trash it went. I am all for supporting small local businesses, but I have no plans of returning to Grandma's Grotto. Check out Jules Thin Crust in Doylestown, Newtown, or Jenkintown if you want a quality, fresh-made, gluten-free pie.
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