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Reviews of Frank's Pizza #a
John posted on 06/22/2014
Coach Webb was one of my teachers in high school, I don't see this restaurant pulling out of this nose dive. When Coach took over the food didn't change, well it has now. Not for the better.
Craig posted on 06/21/2014
I have been eating Franks calzones for nearly thirty years, only three since they moved but I won't be going back.
Sam posted on 05/16/2014
This is the WORST place to eat and they do not get your order right!! Do NOT eat here!!!
Who cares posted on 03/28/2012
This place used to be unbeatable in the 80s and in the early to mid 90s with my favorite memories of it. Some time after that time period it goes down hill. At its worst right now. Mainly the male employees have no customer relation skills once they mess something up. I order a small pizza and its a different size when I get there. Then they refuse to let me have the pizza unless I pay the price for the wrong size that they made. On top of that its a 2 topping pizza and its missing one of toppings. Start cutting their losses and paying for their own mistakes instead of the customers paying for them. Then maybe when mistakes start to effect the bottom line they will improve. I do not want to over kill their short fall in service lately because the pizza is not bad when its right. Also back in the day the toppings were cooked much better. What separated them from other people were the chunks of toppings. If you ordered mushrooms then their was an entire mushroom cut in half and on the pizza until it filled the space. The chunky well cooked toppings was their catch on top of a good unique dough and sauce. Sometimes you get lucky and its really good when you pick up an order even still today. Prices are of course at an all time high. I suggest you try for yourself. Sometimes I can not believe I paid for it and other times really glad I did.
Shelia posted on 06/24/2011
I went to Tech in the early 1980's and as my college budget afforded, I ate calzones at Frank's Pizza. So big, I shared with friends most of the time. I've never had anything else there as those calzones, with that gooey cheese, perfect sauce and that amazing thin, crispy crust keep me happy. I moved out of state after graduating, but when I'm in Fayetteville to visit family, I try to make a trip to Frank's for a calzone. They are just as amazing now as they were then. I wouldn't care if the owner beat his dog in the place- those calzones are worth it.
Employees Girlfriend posted on 02/06/2011
The food is alright most of the time. Megan Filiaggi and Chad Vickers cook wonderfully though. But the boss John Marshall with the dark hair he is very rude. He is not polite to the customers and has no respect for his employees. He is constantly yelling at one of his workers because she is disabled, he should be taken to court for discrimination and unfair/unequal treatment towards his employees.
corey cupples posted on 07/01/2010
franks pizza in Montgomery WV is the best pizza in the world
Amanda posted on 03/21/2010
We just ordered from Frank's Pizza not more than 30 mins ago. They are the only place near Boomer/Montgomery/Smithers that will deliver, so I guess they think that gives them the right to provide terrible pizza and no customer service whatsoever. <br />
We ordered two pizzas. One with pepperoni and ham, and one with tomatoes and mushrooms. <br />
They were both incredibly large and misshapen and literally folded over a 1/3 onto itself into the box, as tho someone just said, 'Screw it' and jammed it into the box instead of making a real pizza. <br />
The toppings were sparce. Barely a handful of tiny slivers of tomatoes on 3 pieces of pizza, same with everything but the pepperoni. The pizza was barely cooked, the dough is still soft and the cheese was total rubber and almost inedible. And the pizza not even cut. God only knows how they managed but the bread was sorta cut and the cheese not even peirced. We tore the pizzas apart trying to get a slice. <br />
I called there, explaining the problem and how it was totally unacceptable (not to mention they forgot our Italian sub) and the guy on the phone said hold on and after about 5 mins he comes back and shouts hello over and over again, dispite me saying hello and yes, I'm here and then a loud 'WHAT?!' I asked him if he realized this was an issue and he paused and said 'no, no it isn't.' I hung up. <br />
I will no longer be ordering from this resturant. They were already a bad place to order from, and are now terrible. Please, Montgomery and the surrounding areas. Boycott this restaraunt until they pick up their service, it's unacceptable to be thrown an unedible, uncooked mess and expect to pay for it then be mocked.
C. Rodgers posted on 01/31/2010
This is some of the best food that you will eat, but don't ask for delivery. We have just waited for over two hours for our food to get here. At least they gave it to us for half price.
P. Bowen posted on 09/24/2009
Simply put, it has the best pizza, subs, and calzones of any place I have ever eaten. The prices are cheap and the service is great. Frank's is amazing!
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